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News You Need: stabbing incident in Noel and Kansas exceeds tax collection expectations

NOEL, Mo. –  Authorities investigate a stabbing incident in Noel Missouri that left a man hospitalized. Noel marshals say they received reports of an assault in the parking lot of Tyson foods on Monday afternoon. When they arrived they found two men with injuries. One with stab wounds was flown to the hospital. His condition is unknown. Authorities arrested the other man. Click here to read more about this story.

KANSAS – Governor Laura Kelly announces the state collected more than 652 million dollars in taxes in August. That’s about 11 million more than the estimate, and 23 million dollars higher than collections during the same period in 2021. Individual income taxes, corporate income taxes, and retail sales taxes were all higher than expected. Governor Kelly says it’s because of strong revenues and fiscal responsibility.

JOPLIN, Mo. – To celebrate the International Day of Charity, KOAM’s Janna Hautala visited Joplin’s Ronald McDonald House to discuss the importance of the worldwide organization. The Joplin location serves people from both Mercy and Freeman hospitals. The organization says they have over 400 houses all over the world, including hospital rooms and mobile homes in different cities. If you’d like to read more about how Ronald McDonald House provides help for the community, click here.

FORT SCOTT, Ks. – Community members gathered today in Fort Scott to learn about the city’s rich military history. Monday was the last day of the Frontier Program’s Labor and Leisure tour. Click here if you’d like to read more about Fort Scott and its Labor Day weekend events.

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Noel Deputy Marshals arrest man pushing shopping cart out back of Harps at 1 a.m.

NOEL, Mo. — The early hours of Sunday, September 4, 2022, around 1 a.m. Noel Marshals were dispatched to Harps Grocery, 508 Cliffside Drive, for an alarm sounding. While responding, dispatch received an additional call from the alarm company of another alarm at Harps for interior motion.

Upon the arrival of Noel Deputy Marshals, a subject was observed exiting the back of a store with a cart with numerous items including alcohol. The subject, later identified as Anthony Elliot, 36 of Hutchinson, KS. was detained and transported to the McDonald County Detention Center.” — Sgt Travis Sheppard

Elliot has been charged by the McDonald County Prosecutor’s Office:

  • Burglary 2nd Degree
  • Stealing

Bond has been set at $5000.00 cash or surety.

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Neosho man arrested, charged in stabbing at Noel

NOEL, Mo. — About 12:55 p.m. Monday Noel Marshals were dispatched to 400 block of North Cliffside Drive, a parking lot of Tyson Foods, to reports of an assault.

On scene officers identified two people involved. Both males and both suffered injuries.

400 BLOCK OF NORTH CLIFFSIDE DRIVE, NOEL 

The victim, suffering stab wounds, was flown to a Springfield, Mo. hospital. Update on his condition is unknown at this time.

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McDonald County Prosecutor, Maleia Chaney, filed charges in the incident. An arrest warrant has been issued for Bereft Fred, 23, of Neosho, Mo.:

  • Assault 1st Degree
  • Armed Criminal Action

Fred suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was transported to Rogers, Ark. for treatment. He was released and is being held in the Benton County Arkansas jail on a $50,000 bond awaiting extradition back to McDonald County, Mo.

Sgt Travis Sheppard of the Noel Marshal’s office tells us this is an isolated incident. There is no threat to the public.

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Man fatally struck by train in Noel, Mo.

NOEL, Mo. — Sgt Travis Sheppard of the Noel Marshal’s office tells us details of a pedestrian death Tuesday evening near the 600 block of Johnson Drive.

At 2054 hours Noel Marshals office, Noel Fire Dept and Freeman Ambulance were dispatched to a train vs pedestrian incident on the tracks in the city limits of Noel. First unit on scene discovered a deceased male subject on the tracks.”

Sgt Sheppard says the train was able to stop.

The adult male has been identified as a resident of Noel. He tells us next of kin have been notified but they are withholding the name at this time.

The McDonald County Coroner was summoned to claim the body.

On scene were officials with Kansas City Southern Railroad, Missouri State Highway Patrol and assisting agencies.

The investigation into the incident continues, however foul play is not suspected.

Sgt Shepphard does not believe the tracks are damaged or any rail cars, but officials are inspecting them now.

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Arkansas man arrested after Noel Deputy Marshal pursuit, prosecutor files Felony charges

NOEL, Mo. – Sunday April 10, 2022, a Noel Deputy Marshal conducted a traffic stop on a black Hyundai passenger vehicle displaying wrong plates.

Deputies made contact with the subjects in the vehicle. During the course of the investigation, it was discovered the driver had provided false information, the passenger provided correct information. While the deputy was checking the subjects through dispatch, the passenger exited the vehicle and the driver rapidly accelerated from the traffic stop,” – Noel Marshal’s office

The Noel Deputy Marshal then initiated a pursuit traveling westbound outside the city limits on State Hwy 90 and then onto McDonald County roads. The driver then traveled onto State Route 43 and then onto State Route O with the vehicle crossing into Oklahoma. While Surface was turning onto a Oklahoma road, the driver appeared to throw a dog out of the window of the vehicle. As the vehicle turned onto a gravel road, the driver lost control and did a 180 degree turn facing the deputy. The deputy used his patrol vehicle and pinned the vehicle causing damage to the patrol vehicle but effectively stopping the vehicle pursuit.

After a short foot pursuit he was taking into custody. Discovered the driver had a firearm and alleged illegal narcotics. The driver admitted to ingesting Methamphetamines during the vehicle pursuit.

The driver was transported to an area hospital, treated and released.

Now identified as David Surface, 38, of Arkansas, he is being housed in the McDonald County Jail at Pineville.  The county prosecutor filed charges this week:

  • Possession of a Controlled Substance
  • Operated Vehicle on Highway without a Valid License
  • Felony Resisting Arrest

Surface bond has been set at $3,000.00 cash only.

Sgt T. Sheppard of the Noel Marshals office updates the dog that was tossed out the window was not injured. It was recovered and returned to the owner.

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