Roundup: life sentence for killing, police cars & prisoner escape

Pitman receives life sentence for killing his mother Adam J. Pitman, 24, Keokuk, was sentenced this afternoon to life in prison for the first-degree murder of his mother. __________________________________________ Ten year state prison sentence for former Seymour teachers aide A former independent teachers aide with the Seymour Community School District in Wayne County was sentenced to state prison after being convicted on two sex-related criminal offenses. __________________________________________ Sioux City police monitor cars for steering issues The Sioux City Police Department is monitoring its Ford Crown Victorias for defective steering columns, an official said Monday. ___________________________________________More Stories Below ___________________________________________ Apel pleads guilty and is charged A 24 year-old Moberly Man, Matthew Wayne Apel, has pled guilty to one charge of felonious restraint, a Class C Felony, and one charge of domestic assault. ___________________________________________ Prisoner walks away from work detail The Lee County sheriff reports that a citizen in Missouri spotted a 42-year-old man who escaped from a prison work detail Monday afternoon. ___________________________________________ Mo. AG Koster making announcement about Mamtek Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster appears ready to announce results of an investigation into the financial collapse of a proposed artificial sweetener factory in Moberly.___________________________________________

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