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Eight felony counts filed against Cuba man

    The Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney filed felony charges against the following people between June 26 and 30:

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Disaster Relief Fund created for county

A Crawford County Disaster Relief Fund has been created to be prepared to assist local residents and businesses in the event of a catastrophic event in the area. This fund is a proactive effort to be able to respond to immediate needs for people who are affected in a disaster.

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Meramec Farms Road scheduled for closure

    Meramec Farms Road should be abandoned by Crawford County—in five years. Prosecuting Attorney Bill Seay met with commissioners, and another full room of interested people, on Tuesday, June 24 to explain the legalities of the question on who owned the road and whether it is a public roadway.

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Several felony drug charges filed

    Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney Bill Seay filed felony charges against the following people between June 17 and 20:

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Suspect now faces kidnapping charges

Kidnapping charges have been added to those against Brock Edward Woodfin, age 45, of Steelville—the man who was charged in April with class A felony assault in the first degree and unclassified felony armed criminal action. Two counts class B felony kidnapping charges were filed by Crawford County Prosecutor Bill Seay on June 19 in connection with the same incident.

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Potential county road closure stirs conflict

    Twenty-five people crowded into the Crawford County Commission room on June 17 to participate in the public hearing held on the petition to close a portion of Meramec Farms Road. Both sides of the argument were present at the meeting, with several taking the opportunity to voice their opinion in the matter. Those behind the petition to close the road claimed that the road had always been private, and that the county had not really been maintaining it, while those against it were concerned about losing access to the area.

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