Saturday, June 16, 2018

Three violent events on area roadways dominate top posts for Turner Report/Inside Joplin this week

Coverage of three violent events on area roadways dominates the most visited posts this week on the Turner Report/Inside Joplin blogs.

The road rage shooting of a Carthage man on 249 landed the top five positions and six of the top seven on the Turner Report this week, as well as number three on Inside Joplin, with the obituary for David Reynolds finishing as the second most visited post on Inside Joplin Obituaries.

Another violent event was a double-fatality, drunk driving accident on U. S. 60 near Granby. The probable cause statement was the number six post on the Turner Report, while the obituaries for Robin Henson and Brian Utter (pictured) were the third and fourth most visited post on Inside Joplin Obituaries.

The second most visited post on any of the Turner Report-Inside Joplin blogs (finishing only behind the probable cause statement in the road rage shooting) came as a result of the third violent incident, one which thankfully did not result in death or injury- a drive-by shooting in Joplin and the ensuing police pursuit, which topped the Inside Joplin statistics.

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The top posts for the Turner Report, Inside Joplin, and Inside Joplin Obituaries are printed below, as well as links to the posts.

The Turner Report

1. Probable cause in road rage shooting: Reynolds punched Montz twice in the face; Montz pulled a gun and shot him in the head

2. Judge in 2015 court document: Neosho man accused of road rage shooting poses no threat to public safety

3. Neosho man arraigned, pleads not guilty in road rage killing

4. Charge in road rage shooting upgraded to murder in the first degree

5. Autopsy: Carthage man died of single gunshot wound to the head

6. Witness says Nixa teen charged with DWI in double-fatality accident near Granby asked her if he could throw away his drugs

7. Arraignment set for Neosho man charged in road rage murder

8. Joplin R-8 Board hires high school principal, five teachers, accepts one teacher resignation

9. Jason Smith: America is more secure after Trump's first 500 days in White House

10. McCaskill on regulations: I will always fight for common sense, reasonable rules to protect consumers, keep Missourians safe

Inside Joplin

1. Joplin man arrested following drive-by shooting, pursuit from Joplin to Labette County

2. Bus inspection results for area school districts released

3. Carthage man dead following road rage shooting

4. Jasper man who was free on bond on statutory sodomy charge arrested again after sitting naked in yard waving at passersby

5. Galena couple arrested on drug charges, meth, marijuana confiscated following execution of search warrant

6. Lamar police officer's proposal accepted

7. Jasper County Dissolution of Marriage Petitions

8. Joplin Police Department Arrests June 14-15

9. Joplin Police Department Weekend Arrests

10. Joplin man airlifted to Springfield hospital following head-on collision on Coyote Drive

Inside Joplin Obituaries

1. Alissa Brock

2. David Reynolds 

3. Robin Henson

4. Brian Utter

5. Bill McEntire

6. Jonathan Jordan

7. David McCune

8. Pat Robinson

9. Tom Messner

10. Sharon Yokley

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