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Daily Record 6-28-16

CIRCUIT COURT
Associate Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Christina S. Oliver, Lathrop, pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle on the highway without a valid license and was fined $37.50 and $68.50 costs. She also pleaded guilty to speeding and was fined $26.50 and $68.50 costs.
Jason B. Wilcox, Trenton, pleaded guilty to speeding and was fined $51.50 and $68.50 costs.
Diego M. Apolinar, Kansas City, KS, pleaded guilty to operating

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Search Warrant Is Issued

Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright and the Missouri State Highway Patrol executed a drug search warrant this morning at a residence on East Ninth Street.
According to a news release from Chief Wright, the search warrant was executed at 1402 E. Ninth St., where officers recovered methamphetamine and various drug paraphernalia. One female was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and officers will be applying for charges on several others suspects

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Charges Facing Trenton Man

A Trenton man has posted bond after turning himself in on a Grundy County warrant.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, 22-year-old Frederick Pannell, Jr., turned himself into authorities to face misdemeanor charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and endangering the welfare of a child. Pannell is accused of possessing less than 35 grams of marijuana and a bong and of acting with criminal negligence in

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Emergency Services Log Report 6-28-16

Trenton Fire Department
June 27: firefighters provided medical assistance at the Trenton Family Aquatic Center and an east residence.

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Council Takes Action On Purchases

Budget concerns were echoed by members of the Trenton City Council who voted on several spending items during Monday night’s meeting at city hall.
Those discussions came during action involving purchases for Trenton Municipal Utilities, which was seeking approval to purchase a truck and UTV for the wastewater department as well as a trailer for the electric department. One of those purchases, the truck, actually came in under budget while

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Building, Nuisance Board Meets

The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trenton City Council met on Monday night, taking action on several structures.
During a public hearing, the board agreed to move four properties to the “findings of fact” portion of the city nuisance code, including 1101/1115 Shanklin Ave., which is owned by Earl Nance and was formerly the MFA Agri-Services building. Nance appeared at the meeting and said that he has already begun

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Boil Water Advisory

A boil water advisory has been issued for a small section of the city after repairs were made on Monday afternoon to a water main.
The advisory went into effect at 5 p.m. on Monday and will continue until 11 o’clock tonight, unless otherwise reissued. Areas affected include Tindall Avenue from 17th Street north to 18th Street and 17th Street at Tindall Avenue west to Norton Street.

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Selective Traffic Enforcement

The Trenton Police Department’s Selective Traffic Enforcement streets for the week of June 26 include Normal Street, Lulu Street and Lake Trenton Drive.
The Selective Traffic Enforcement will be monitoring the roadways and streets for traffic violations such as speeding, careless and imprudent driving, and failing to stop at stop signs.

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Princeton Board To Hold Special Meeting

The Princeton R-5 Board of Education will hold a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 30 at the school.
Items on the announced agenda include amending the 2015-16 budget to show actual expenditures and revenues, zeroing out activity budget balances, approval of the 2016-17 school budget, review and recommendation to eliminate the retirement incentive and an administrative report.

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