The second day of testimony in the preliminary hearing for F. Glenn Miller Jr., the Missouri man accused of killing three people outside Jewish facilities in Overland Park, got underway Tuesday with details of the autopsies on the victims’ bodies.
Vincent E. Williams, now 49, is in prison for another 1987 rape and robbery and a 1995 assault and robbery. The latest charges contend he kidnapped and repeatedly raped a woman in 1987, periodically locking her in the trunk of her car during the ordeal.
F. Glenn Miller Jr. is charged with capital murder in the killings of William Corporon, Reat Underwood and Terri LaManno on April 13 at the Jewish Community Center and Village Shalom in Overland Park. His preliminary hearing, which will determine if there is enough evidence to proceed to a trial in the death penalty case, began Monday morning in Olathe.
Authorities say a man suspected of killing two people and wounding a third at a duplex near Columbia has been killed in a shootout with deputies. A pursuit began when deputies tried to stop a vehicle seen fleeing from the scene.
Investigators and residents of Tyrone, Mo., a small town in southern Missouri, struggled to put the pieces together after a gunman killed seven people Thursday night. Soon after, he shot himself to death on a rural county road.
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Anthony E. Contreras faces 19 charges in six cases from multiple jurisdictions in Jackson County. He also is charged in Clay County. Last June, Contreras was shot in the face after police went to the 6400 block of East 15th Terrace seeking to arrest a wanted person. Officer Jacob Ramsey is scheduled for an April 2 trial.
Johnson County prosecutors intend to call about 15 witnesses to make their case against F. Glenn Miller Jr., who is accused of killing three people at Jewish facilities in Overland Park last April. Miller faces a potential death sentence on the capital murder charge.
A 42-year-old California man, Jeffrey J. Woo, was arrested Tuesday after a Missouri Highway Patrol trooper found 400 pounds of edible marijuana chocolate bars concealed inside boxes in the cargo area of his vehicle.
Larry Clay, a convicted killer released on bond this month over protests from Jackson County prosecutors that he was a dangerous flight risk, was sentenced in the March 2013 killing of Joel Matthew White, who died while sprawled on Clay’s driveway in south Kansas City.