Saturday, June 22, 2019
Services being held for murder victim today, accused killer pleads not guilty
Sarah Tyminski obituary
Tyminski, the mother of two and a security guard at St. John's Behavioral Health Center, was shot to death Monday at her home at 8571 Eloise Lane.
The man charged with first degree murder, Rickey Lamb, 60, Joplin, was arraigned Thursday in Newton County Circuit Court and entered a not guilty plea.
According to the probable cause statement, Lamb allegedly shot and killed Tyminski and wounded his son, Christopher Lamb, leaving him in critical condition. The shootings were over a custody dispute.
Probable cause: Joplin man murdered the mother of his grandchildren, shot his son and left him in critical condition
The next hearing for Rickey Lamb, who is also charged with assault and two count of armed criminal action, is scheduled for 9 a.m. Tuesday before Judge Anna Christine Rhoades.