Friday, February 16, 2024

Joplin man to be held without bond while awaiting final probation revocation hearing

A Joplin man was ordered held without bond during a probation revocation hearing this morning in U. S. District Court in Springfield.

Judge David P. Rush ruled that there was probable cause to hold Frank Ness, 54, and schedule a final revocation hearing.

Ness was on probation after pleading guilty to child pornography charges in 2015 and serving approximately eight years in prison.

More information about Ness' crimes can be found at the link below.

The Turner Report: Joplin man, sentenced for child pornography in 2015, may have probation revoked (

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Frank Ness - Once a Pedophile - Always a Pedophile - - Jail Time will almost never change a Criminal - Once they get out they will continue down the same path.

So Do Not Ever Feel Sorry for the Criminals - Feel Sorry for the their Victims.

Protect Your Children.