The wife of a Clinton, Mo., man accused of tampering with evidence in connection with the shooting death of a Clinton police officer has been charged with hindering in the case.
Henry County prosecutors charged 35-year-old Brandie Noble with one count of hindering prosecution and four counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
Noble is accused of hindering prosecution in the death of Clinton Police Officer Gary Michael. Her bond was set at $25,000 cash-only.
Michael was fatally shot Aug. 6, reportedly by a driver he pulled over for a traffic stop. After a two-day manhunt, suspect Ian James McCarthy of Clinton was arrested. McCarthy, 39, has been charged with murder.
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Noble’s arrest was the fourth in the case. Her husband, William Grant Noble, 35, of Clinton, was charged Aug. 10 with tampering with physical evidence for allegedly tossing a rifle used in Michael’s death into a creek about 2 miles north of Clinton.
William Noble is jailed in Henry County on a $25,000 cash-only bond, according to online records.
Jacob Johnson, 27, of Clinton, was charged Tuesday with hindering prosecution of a felony. Johnson is jailed on a $25,000 cash-only bond as well.