How to apply for the Missouri Medical Marijuana Program in 2024
Patients can visit www.MMJ.com to schedule an appointment or get more info. Is it possible to complete the consultation online?. Yes, the usage of telemedicine is eligible for Missouri patients. Patients are able to conveniently complete the required consultation online or over the telephone at the appointment time!
Freezing Rain & Mixed Precipitation Expected to Impact the Midwest on Friday Morning Dec 1st
Across the Midwest including portions of IA, IL and MO:. A mixture of precipitation is anticipated across the area, with freezing rain also being part of the risk. What will start off as rain will drastically change over to freezing rain and mixed precipitation across the area from midnight Thursday through midday Friday. Freezing rain amounts look to be around a trace to locally as high as 0.45 of an inch. The worst-affected area looks to be around southeast IA.
St. Louis carjacking caught on camera, suspect who left debit and EBT cards convicted
This article contains AI-assisted content. St. Louis, Missouri - James Blakemore, 36, has been convicted for his involvement in a 2020 carjacking incident. The conviction stemmed from a carjacking event caught on camera, where the accused threatened a truck driver at gunpoint and stole a vehicle. Blakemore faced multiple felony charges, including carjacking, brandishing a firearm in a violent crime, and illegal firearm possession by a felon.
Federal court sentences Ozark man to over 16 years in prison for meth conspiracy
This article contains AI-assisted content. Kansas City, Missouri - Jevn Todd Griffitt, 26, of Ozark, was sentenced to 16 years and eight months in federal prison without the possibility of parole for his involvement in a methamphetamine distribution conspiracy. The court also ordered Griffitt to forfeit $15,324, representing the proceeds from his involvement in the drug-trafficking conspiracy.
18-year sentence for Kansas City man found with meth and illegal guns after mother's death
This article contains AI-assisted content. Kansas City, Missouri - Michael Thomas Cummings II, 41, known as “Blue,” of Kansas City, was sentenced to 18 years in federal prison without parole following his guilty plea to possessing methamphetamine with the intent to distribute and being a felon in possession of firearms. This case unfolded after Cummings called 911 for his unresponsive mother, leading to the discovery of illegal drugs and firearms at his residence.
Springfield court sentences Arkansas man to 13 years in prison for meth distribution
This article contains AI-assisted content. Springfield, Missouri – Marcelino Sauseda, Jr, 44, of Arkansas, was sentenced to federal prison for his involvement in a methamphetamine distribution conspiracy in Douglas County, Missouri. He admitted guilt to one count each of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug-trafficking crime. Sauseda was ordered to serve a 13-year and four-month sentence without the possibility of parole and to forfeit $24,830 in drug-trafficking proceeds.
St. Louis man admits to the February robbery of Jennings Gas Mart
This article contains AI-assisted content. St. Louis, Missouri - Richard E. Barber, 51, of St. Louis County, confessed in U.S. District Court to the armed robbery of a convenience store in Jennings this past February. Barber admitted that at the time of the robbery, he was under supervised release. He had previously pleaded guilty in 2014 to being a felon in possession of a firearm and was sentenced to 100 months in prison.
Florissant man charged with fentanyl distribution in case that led to the death of twin brothers
This article contains AI-assisted content. St. Louis, Missouri - Jesse Charleston, 33, of Florissant, was arrested and charged with three felonies relating to the distribution and possession of fentanyl. These charges come in the wake of a tragic incident in May, where the illegal substance he allegedly sold led to the death of twins in St. Louis.
Missouri Enacts 'Missouri SAFE Act' Restricting Gender Transition Treatments for Minors
Missouri's legislative landscape has seen significant changes with the enactment of the "Missouri Save Adolescents from Experimentation (SAFE) Act", encompassed in Senate Bills 49, 236 & 164. This act places strict limitations on gender transition treatments for minors.
Search Underway for Missing 20-Year-Old Last Seen in Richmond, Missouri
RICHMOND, Mo. – Missouri authorities are intensively searching for 20-year-old Zachariah Lundholm, who was last seen in the Kansas City area over three weeks ago. Lundholm was last spotted on November 1 in Richmond, where he was staying with a friend. Adding to the concern, his truck was discovered on November 11 in Liberty, but there has been no sign of Lundholm since then.