Crawford County News

Crawford County Felony Report

The Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney’s office recently filed the following felony charges:

  • Ronald Jay Robben, 60, of Steelville, has been charged with the class E felony of failing to register change of residence as required of a registered sex offender. Crawford County Sheriff’s personnel dallegedly iscovered Robben had moved from his reported residence and failed to notify the sheriff’s office of the change. He had registered on January 20, but did not report a new address on February 8, nor by the required time to update his registry on April 8. On July 9, 1999, Robben had been found guilty in the Leavenworth Kansas Circuit Court of Aggravated Criminal Sodomy, a Level 2-Person felony offense that would be an unclassified felony offense under Missouri law.

Felony charges filed by county prosecutor

    The Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney’s office recently filed the following felony charges:
    • Ronald Jay Robben, 60, of Steelville, has been charged with the class E felony of failing to register change of residence as required of a registered sex offender.

Crawford Electric Co-op director election petition cycle opens Thursday, June 17

    Thursday, June 17, is the start of the open nomination period for Crawford Electric consumer-members who want to run for the co-op’s board of directors. Three positions on the board need to be filled with an election coinciding with the annual meeting of members on Wednesday, September 15.

Contract awarded to improve several mid-Missouri roadways

    The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission has approved a contract to resurface and add shoulders to various roadways in Washington, Crawford and Jefferson counties.

Parker honored by Missouri Supreme Court for service as circuit judge

    Megan K. Seay, presiding circuit judge of the 42nd Judicial Circuit, on behalf of Missouri Supreme Court Justice, George W. Draper, III, recently presented Kelly Parker with a plaque in honor of his five years, nine months on the bench as Associate Circuit judge of Iron County and his 14 years on the bench as circuit judge of the 42nd Judicial Circuit.