Feb 23, 2021
Investigation Continuing Into Shooting of 5 in Kennett
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KENNETT, Mo. (AP) — The investigation continues into a shooting that killed one person and injured four others at an American Legion Club in Kennett but no arrests have been made, authorities said.
Dunklin County Prosecuting Attorney Nicholas Jain said Tuesday the Dunklin County Major Case Squad continues to follow leads and interview witnesses in the shooting but no other information was available for release.
Officers found the five victims at the American Legion building while responding to a report of a shooting before 12:30 a.m. Sunday. Kennett Mayor Chancellor Wayne said earlier that a private party was being held there.
Kennett Police Chief Kenny Wilson said Monday that two of the victims who were flown to Cape Girardeau in critical condition after the shooting had improved to stable condition. Wilson was not available Tuesday for an update.
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Woman Accused Of Distracting Seniors, Then Stealing Their Purses In Connecticut Parking Lot
GREENWICH, Conn. (CBSNewYork) — Police want the public to be on the lookout for a woman accused of robbing seniors in Connecticut.
Greenwich Police said the suspect targeted at least two elderly victims in a parking lot on Greenwich Avenue.READ MORE: New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza Stepping Down
In each incident, the woman allegedly distracted the victims by dropping money. When the victims looked for the money, she allegedly reached into their cars and stole their purses.READ MORE: Horse Statue Beheaded Outside Suffolk County Antique Store
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Anyone with information about robberies is asked to call 203-622-8004 or the Confidential Tip-Line at 203-622-3333.