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Teen charged for fatal shooting in vacant house

An 18-year-old man in St. Louis was accused of fatally shooting a 19-year-old man after an apparent drug deal that went wrong. The accused teen is being held without bond for criminal charges that include first-degree murder, first and second-degree assault and two counts of robbery. He was also charged for attempted robbery and six counts of armed criminal action.

Missouri woman sentenced for role in fatal drunk driving accident

A Missouri woman will spend 120 days in the Greene County Jail followed by probation for her role in a 2012 accident that claimed the life of a 23-year-old Fair Grove man. The woman, who is also 23 years of age, had previously entered a guilty plea to the criminal charge of involuntary manslaughter, and her defense attorneys say that the sentence is what they had requested. Prosecutors had been seeking a seven-year state prison sentence for the woman.

Man enters blind plea after fatal drunk driving accident

A Missouri man pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter following a fatal accident near the Six Flags theme park. The 46-year-old man has no criminal record in the state and has reportedly entered a 'blind plea." By entering a blind plea, the man disagrees with the state's recommendation of a six-year prison sentence and agrees to take a sentence that is determined by the judge. The defendant was being held at St. Louis County Justice Center while awaiting his sentencing on Sept. 11.

Proposed law will require ignition interlocks in all states

Missouri residents may be interested to learn that a member of a U.S. Representative presented legislation to the House floor on July 8 that calls for the mandatory installation of ignition interlock devices on the vehicles convicted drunk drivers. According to the president of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, ignition interlock devices are considered to be the best way to prevent recidivism among DWI offenders.

Missouri man sentenced to 5 years in prison for fatal DWI

A judge has sentenced a St. Louis County man to five years in prison for his involvement in a fatal 2012 car crash. The incident occurred around 1 a.m. March 11, 2012, at the intersection of East Concord Road and South Lindbergh Boulevard. Police say the 34-year-old man was driving a vehicle in a southerly direction on South Lindbergh Boulevard at the same time that the 58-year-old South County woman was traveling along Concord Road.

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