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Woman charged for fatal accident

A St. Louis woman is facing charges for an Aug. 9 accident that left one person dead. The accident happened at approximately 2 am in an eastbound lane of Highway 40 at Jefferson Avenue. The 26-year-old woman allegedly entered the highway driving in the wrong direction and hit a 26-year-old man's car head-on as he was travelling eastbound. The man's car caught on fire and he died at the scene.

Man given shock time sentence after crashing into Missouri home

A man with three previous drunk driving convictions and one outstanding DWI warrant received a 120 day shock time sentence, plus a five-year suspended sentence in connection with a June 9 accident. On Nov. 5, the man pleaded guilty to two counts of misdemeanor driving with a suspended license and two counts of driving while intoxicated as an aggravated offender.

18-year-old MU student allegedly stole handgun from unlocked car

A freshman from the University of Missouri was taken into police custody on Oct. 31 for an alleged theft of a handgun and two magazines from an unlocked, idling vehicle. According to the MU police captain, the alleged theft occurred between 8:22 and 8:45 p.m. on Oct. 26 in one of the university's eastern campus parking lots. Police stated that the student, just 18-years-old, was very intoxicated when he walked by the idling Toyota. The car's windows were rolled down approximately 6 to 8 inches. He allegedly took a Springfield Armory subcompact XD-9 handgun, a holster and the two magazines out of the car. Another student had been unloading items from the vehicle into a residence hall when the alleged theft occurred.

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