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October 16, 2013 5:06 PM

Prosecutor clears way for new charges in Maryville sex assault case

Nodaway County Prosecutor Robert Rice said Wednesday that he’s asked a judge to appoint a special prosecutor who can determine whether any charges will be filed in connection with an alleged sexual assault in the county in 2012. Rice made the statement Wednesday afternoon in Maryville, Mo., at a heavily attended news conference.

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