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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri prosecutors are organizing a campaign on behalf of a proposed constitutional amendment they say will help convict people who commit repeated sex offenses against children.
 
Prosecutors announced the formation Monday of the Protect Missouri Children committee to lead the campaign for the November ballot issue.
 
The proposal would allow evidence of past crimes to be used in prosecuting defendants accused of sex offenses against people younger than 18.
 
Platte County Prosecutor Eric Zahnd says Missouri currently has the nation's most restrictive rules on citing evidence of past child sex crimes against people facing new charges.
 
Zahnd is a co-chairman of the new campaign committee. He says the group plans to appeal to voters through mail, radio ads and potentially TV ads.
Monday, 27 January 2014 16:51
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri prosecutors are organizing a campaign on behalf of a proposed constitutional amendment they say will help convict people who commit repeated sex offenses against children.
 
Prosecutors announced the formation Monday of the Protect Missouri Children committee to lead the campaign for the November ballot issue.
 
The proposal would allow evidence of past crimes to be used in prosecuting defendants accused of sex offenses against people younger than 18.
 
Platte County Prosecutor Eric Zahnd says Missouri currently has the nation's most restrictive rules on citing evidence of past child sex crimes against people facing new charges.
 
Zahnd is a co-chairman of the new campaign committee. He says the group plans to appeal to voters through mail, radio ads and potentially TV ads.
Monday, 27 January 2014 16:35
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Job seekers, there is a job fair coming up this week.
 
The JobNewsSTL.com Job Fair is at the Double Tree Hotel in Westport on Wednesday. Employers who will be at the fair include, AAA, American Family Insurance, Client Services, Colonial Life, Convergys, Enterprise Holdings, Express Scripts, FAMS, Good Samaritan Senior Care, Great Circle, JMN Transportation, Kaplan University, L'Ecole, Lowes, New York Life, Oklahoma College of Construction, Optima Graphics, Physicians Mutual, St Louis VA Medical Center, The Art Institute, The PISA Group, Vatterott, Weekends Only, Wells Fargo and Witte Bros. .
 
Positions will be available in sales, healthcare, automotive, retail, transportation, maintenance, customer service, management, insurance, warehouse, finance, childcare, collections and more.
 
The fair runs from 10 AM - 2 PM on Wednesday. Attendees are asked to pre-register at JobNewsSTL.com
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A second man has been charged connected to a double murder in December.

 

Daveis Sands is facing two charges of first-degree murder for allegedly shooting an killing brothers Justin and Devin Gordon. The Gordons were killed on December 5 inside a North St. Louis home. Ryan Handson was charged with murder in the chase last week.

 

Police have not said what the motive in the shooting might have been.

Monday, 27 January 2014 16:24
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