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Woman charged with hindering prosecution of Dixon murder

DIXON, Mo. (Sept. 30, 2021) -- A woman described in court records as a female acquaintance of Mark Ethington was charged Tuesday with hindering prosecution and tampering with physical evidence in a murder case against the man charged with killing him. Cherie L. Kelley, 44, of Dixon, faces one to four years In state prison if convicted. Charges filed by Kevin Hillman of the Pulaski County Prosecutors Office say she "obstructed, by means of deception, law enforcement officials from performing an act that might aid in the apprehension and prosecution of Brandon Veasman, by leaving the scene of the murder with him, concealing bloody clothing with him, and not reporting the murder to anyone." The charges also say she "concealed bloody clothing with the purpose to impair its availability in the investigation of the murder of Mark Ethington," and in doing so, impaired and obstructed Veasman's prosecution for first-degree murder.

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Motorcyclist charged with fleeing St. Robert police

ST. ROBERT, Mo. (Sept. 27, 2021) -- A Devil's Elbow man who plea-bargained a 2020 rollover crash down to defective equipment could now spend one to seven years in state prison if convicted of possessing methamphetamine while leading St. Robert police on a high-speed motorcycle chase exceeding 100 mph on rural roads early Sunday morning. That police chase began on the St. Robert North Outer Road between Exits 161 and 163 of I-44 and ended with Kyle William Palmer, 22, wrecking his motorcycle and being arrested at gunpoint by police. St. Robert police filed Class E felony charges of fleeing police and Class D felony drug possession charges against Palmer for a police chase that began at 12:40 a.m. Sunday. A St. Robert officer reported Palmer was westbound on a Honda CRF450 dirt bike and his radar clocked the motorcycle as driving 56 mph in a 45 mph zone, and also said the motorcycle had no visible rear taillight or license plate.

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