With Crawford County’s decision to follow the first phase of the governor’s Show Me Strong Recovery Plan, several restrictions have been lifted and businesses and churches that were closed can reopen, however, there are still a number of guidelines in place to assist in the containment of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
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Martin Dale Stagner, 59, of Salem, stands charged with a felony and several misdemeanors for a traffic incident that took place on April 19.
Stagner has been charged with class E felony resisting a lawful stop, class B misdemeanor driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor careless and imprudent driving, class C misdemeanor exceeding the speed limit, and class C misdemeanor failure to signal.
The Crawford County Commission announced today that it will follow the state’s recovery plan for reopening Missouri after the stay at home order due to the COVID-19 crisis. The commission also extended the county’s state of emergency to align with that of the state.
The Crawford County Health Department (CCHD) released information on its eighth positive case of COVID-19 in Crawford County today, April 29. The patient, a female, is currently isolated and her family is currently quarantined at home.
Felony assault charges were filed last week against a Cherryville man for an incident that took place in 2017 where he allegedly fired a shotgun at two women in a car.