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  • littlebit: Makes sense.
    July 16, 2017, 04:40:28 AM
  • Lepard LLC: Boards will stay open for a place people can find history information longer. I am not allowing anyone to sign up for now because of so many foreginers just wanting to promote their business..
    December 10, 2016, 05:10:27 AM
  • Lepard LLC: Not sure why didn't look, I may be shutting down these message boards..
    November 17, 2016, 12:42:43 AM
  • ~kathy~: rick why is the timestamp showing up a day in advance?
    September 13, 2016, 12:27:46 AM
  • Valor7: What I tried to say is that the actual money would not be there that quick. But a loan against that would work if they are willing to do that.
    August 08, 2016, 01:51:51 PM
  • Lepard LLC: Why so long before it comes online? 911 took out a loan or bond with the known guarantee payment and began building..
    August 08, 2016, 07:46:34 AM
  • Valor7: Actually no it is not, a dependable Revenue stream will not come on line until the 4th quarter of 2017 so 2018 budget will be up in the air, not quite sure what they will have. By 2019 budget all will be well.
    August 04, 2016, 09:27:17 PM
  • Valor7: You mean that tax that the Commissioners would not put on the ballot for so many years? Strange things happened when the citizens got a chance to vote on that issue.
    August 03, 2016, 06:43:06 PM
  • Lepard LLC: Back up is now available withe the new tax..
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  • ~kathy~: lol
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  • Valor7: A guy could get killed around here while waiting for backup!
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  • Lepard LLC: You are not alone..
    July 13, 2016, 07:28:53 PM
  • Valor7: I just hate it when I talk to myself!!!!
    July 08, 2016, 12:54:09 PM
  • Valor7: I could have worded that better, we talked details, options, the pros and cons of each, in  order to arrive at the best ballot language to present to the voters. Hope that makes this clearer.
    April 15, 2016, 06:36:14 PM
  • Valor7: sorry about the typos still working with just one arm in action
    April 13, 2016, 01:10:42 PM
  • Valor7: Yes and no. We talked details and options until we were blue in the face but I never heardbring it over, it was always the time was not right for the issue to pass. Glad to see the time in now right and I for one shall vote yes on the ballot. I would urge all others to do the sameour county is busting at the seams crimewise and no matter how many bad guys we send off there always seems to someone to replace them. The Sheriff's Office needs the help.
    April 13, 2016, 01:08:35 PM
  • Lepard LLC: Is that true Valor? Did he ask you what you wanted?
    March 01, 2016, 04:55:37 AM
  • Lepard LLC: Gene Newkirk Rick I have waited for a Sheriff to bring it to me on what he wanted. I have pushed Mr long for a while to get it to me. He told me he was close to having or done. Now hopefully the people will get to decide on it. I spoke with Steve about this a few times.
    March 01, 2016, 04:54:54 AM
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    February 23, 2016, 10:25:15 PM
  • Lepard LLC: Works on mine, improvements are being done here. I may kick back into her a lot and post but working on different technologies right now. Seeing how things interact.
    January 18, 2016, 09:01:20 AM
  • Valor7: Yes it is working. If you need a laugh the wife showed me how to correctly use the silly thing.
    January 04, 2016, 05:32:59 PM
  • Valor7: Think so, mine is trying to work but it is now user and password protected and I dont know mine
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  • "DJ": Is there still a working android app for the PCSD
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PRESS RELEASE
11/19/2015
SHAWN GREEN SENTENCED TO TWENTY YEARS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS FOR PRODUCTION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, AND POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE PRECURSORS
 
Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney, announces that today Judge John Beger sentenced Shawn Green of Waynesville to a total of twenty years in the Missouri Department of Corrections. 
 
Mr. Green had been found guilty in August of Production of Methamphetamine, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of Methamphetamine Precursors after a two day jury trial in Phelps County on a change of venue from Pulaski County. These charges arose from a search warrant executed on the Green family home on April 11, 2013, by members of the Missouri State Highway Patrol and Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group where the defendant was found in the process of cooking methamphetamine in an outbuilding on the property.
 
Mr. Green remains charged with several other crimes, including a First Degree Murder charge arising from the beating death of Robert Willhite in July 2014.  The murder case is set for trial in September 2016 on a change of venue to Iron County.
 
“I want to commend the excellent police work done by Troopers Dan Bickell, Task Force Officer Joe Bickell, Trooper Douglas Pfeifer, Rolla Police Sergeant Dan Gray, and Crime Lab Technician Matthew Fox which resulted in this conviction and lengthy prison sentence,” said Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman. 
 
This case was prosecuted by Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman, Assistant Attorney General Josh Harrel, and Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Katherine Croker.  The case was investigated by the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group.
 
Please direct all questions to Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney.
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PRESS RELEASE
11/13/15
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY KEVIN HILLMAN’S RESPONSE TO MISSOURI CANNABIS RESTORATION AND PROTECTION ACT RALLY

I have become aware of efforts by a marijuana legalization advocacy group from Kansas City called Missouri Cannabis Restoration and Protection Act to question my actions in charging Delbert McKinnon of Crocker with the class C felony of Possession of a Controlled Substance, namely 62 grams of marijuana.
 
This group alleges that Mr. McKinnon is a Korean War veteran who uses marijuana for medicinal purposes.  To date, neither the defendant nor his attorney have provided any records of Mr. McKinnon’s service to myself or my office.  In addition, I have not been provided any medical records or letters from doctors about the defendant’s condition or why he needs to use marijuana.  If those records are provided, they will be taken into consideration as they are in every case we prosecute.
 
As this is an ongoing case, neither I nor any of my staff will comment further in regards to this specific case.  However, I want to assure the public that my office takes all factors into consideration when charging a case, and as facts become available during the course of a case, we consider those as well.  We will treat this defendant’s case as we treat every case we handle, with fairness and in accordance with the law.
 
I have a duty as the Prosecuting Attorney, to uphold the law.  I took an oath to do just that.  The law in Missouri is that Possession of Marijuana is illegal.  It is defined by the Revised Statutes of Missouri as a controlled substance.  I understand that there are efforts underway, by groups such as this one, to legalize marijuana for multiple purposes, to include recreational use and medicinal purposes.  They have an agenda that they wish to promote and they are trying to use this case and this defendant to promote their agenda.
 
The proper place for that debate is with the legislature, who makes the law, and at the ballot box.  Until the law is changed, I will continue to enforce the laws at they were enacted by the both the Citizens of Missouri or their duly elected representatives in a fair and just manner.  That is the job for which I was elected to perform as the Prosecuting Attorney of Pulaski County.
 
Please direct all questions to Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney.
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Things that make you go HMMMM / Dirt bike riders!
« Last post by jumpmaster70 on October 24, 2015, 12:01:53 PM »
If you, or anyone you know, have been riding dirt bikes in Mark Twain National Forest near Misty Mountain Acres I have contacted the Forest Service about it.  If you had the courtesy to stay on the trails and not ride anywhere you can, through the woods, you'd have never rode past me while I was trying to bow hunt.  I was given a number to call 24/7 so anytime I hear dirt bikes in the MTNF near Misty Mountain Acres I'm going to immediately call.
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Sports Opinion / Re: Royals
« Last post by Racer on October 22, 2015, 04:56:17 PM »
I agree, Go Royals.... :th_gen129:
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Sports Opinion / Royals
« Last post by Coyote on October 21, 2015, 07:36:30 PM »
We need to get a shout out to the Kansas City Royals!!!  Hoping they go all the way this year!
 ,+/+
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PRESS RELEASE
10/19/15
41 SENTENCED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
OVER THE LAST 2 MONTHS
23 Sentenced to Department of Corrections in Circuit Court Action in August 2015

1.      Michael Bolar of Dixon.  The defendant was on probation for Aggravated Stalking.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to three years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
2.      Samantha Tull of Waynesville. The defendant was on probation for Forgery and Burglary 1st Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of her probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke her probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections on each charge.  The St. Robert Police Department and Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated these cases.
3.      William Bradley Uherka of Crocker. The defendant was on probation for Burglary 2nd Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Crocker Police Department investigated this case.
4.      Kayla Bennett of Waynesville.  The defendant was on probation for Assault 2nd Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of her probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke her probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
5.      Chad Carpenter of Waynesville. The defendant was on probation for Identity Theft.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
6.      Marc Faulkner of Crocker. The defendant was on probation for Burglary 2nd Degree, Stealing, and Manufacturing an Imitation Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Headrick granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years, seven years, and four years on each charge in the Department of Corrections.  The Crocker Police Department and Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group investigated these cases.
7.      Jerod Gan of Dixon.  The defendant was on probation for Stealing.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to three years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
8.      Jeffery Berkshire of Richland.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to eight years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
9.      Gene Rickerson of Iberia. The defendant pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance.  Judge Hickle sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
10.  Laquan Witty of Waynesville. The defendant was on probation for Escape From Custody.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
11.  Richard Gillmore of Richland.  The defendant was on probation for Unlawful Use of a Weapon.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Richland Police Department investigated this case.
12.  John Lively of Russellville, Missouri.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Crocker Police Department investigated this case.
13.  Nichole Jones-Green of Crocker.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of her probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke her probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to three years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
14.  Austin Hodgins of Waynesville. The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
15.  William Loveall of Crocker.  The defendant pled guilty to Resisting Arrest.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to three years in the Department of Corrections. The Crocker Police Department investigated this case.
16.  Jamie Stovall of St. Robert.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of her probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke her probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
17.  Brett McDaniels of Waynesville.  The defendant was on probation for Burglary 2nd Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
18.  Jody Dismang of Lebanon. The defendant pled guilty to Stealing.  Judge Hickle sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Richland Police Department investigated this case.
19.  Erica Fuller of St. Robert.  The defendant pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to three years in the Department of Corrections. The Missouri State Highway Patrol investigated this case.
20.  Willie Caldwell of St. Robert.  The defendant was on probation for Burglary 1st Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Headrick granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
21.  Heather McCurley of Crocker. The defendant was on probation for Domestic Assault 2nd Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of her probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke her probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to five years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
22.  Jeremy McAllister of Waynesville.  The defendant was on probation for Burglary 2nd Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to three years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
23.  Corey Haggard of St. Robert. The defendant pled guilty to Robbery in the Second Degree.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to ten years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
 
 
18 Sentenced to Department of Corrections in Circuit Court Action
in September 2015
1.      Dominic Smith of St. Robert. The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to ten years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
2.      James McDaniel of Odessa, Texas.  The defendant was on probation for Burglary 2nd Degree and Stealing.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to five years in the Department of Corrections on each charge.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
3.      Serena Green of Waynesville.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Wiggins granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
4.      Ryan Kelley of Springfield.  The defendant was on probation for Burglary 2nd Degree, 3 counts of Sealing, and Forgery.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to five separate sentences of seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated these cases.
5.      Mario Scarpetti of Waynesville. The defendant was on probation for two counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child in the Second Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections on each count.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
6.      Latisha Cocroft of St. Robert. The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to three years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
7.      John Vodicka of Richland.  The defendant was on probation for felony Operating a Vehicle Without a Valid License.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to three years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
8.      Robert Baxter of Springfield.  The defendant was on probation for felony Driving While Revoked.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
9.      Travis Ranney of St. Robert.  The defendant pled guilty to Rape in the Second Degree.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The defendant was also on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance and Stealing.  As a result of his guilty plea, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections on each of these charges.  The Waynesville Police Department, Crocker Police Department, and Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated these cases.
10.  Ricki Rains of Laquey. The defendant was on probation for Stealing.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of her probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke her probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to three years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
11.  Rachel Yracheta of St. Robert.  The defendant pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to five years in the Department of Corrections.  The defendant was on probation for Stealing.  As a result of her plea, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke her probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department and the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated these cases.
12.  Craig Bueavais of Crocker. The defendant pled guilty to Receiving Stolen Property.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to five years in the Department of Corrections.  The Crocker Police Department investigated this case.
13.  Jerome Williamson of Waynesville. The defendant was on probation for Failing to Register as a Sex Offender.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
14.  Neil Couillard of Mansfield. The defendant pled guilty to Statutory Sodomy in the First Degree and Incest.  Judge Hickle sentenced the defendant to twenty years on the first charge and four years on the second charge in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department invested this case.
15.  Dylan January of Waynesville.  The defendant was on probation for Stealing.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to five years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
16.  Michael Ebert of Springdale, Arkansas.  The defendant was on probation for Burglary 2nd Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to five years in the Department of Corrections.  The Dixon Police Department investigated this case.
17.  Bliss Buza of St. Robert.  The defendant pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to five years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
18.  Kevin Zimmerman of Crocker.  The defendant pled guilty to Sexual Contact with a Student.  Judge Hickle sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Crocker Police Department investigated this case.
 
“I commend the hard work and dedication of the law enforcement professionals whose efforts are reflected in these sentences,” said Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney. “Offenders need to understand that if they commit crimes and/or fail to follow the terms and conditions of their probation, they are going to face the consequences, which is often prison, as these defendants discovered.”
 
The cases were prosecuted by Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman and Assistant Prosecuting Attorneys Ken Clayton, Dean Matthews, and Katie Croker.
 
Please direct all questions to Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney.
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HILLMAN BECOMES MAPA PRESIDENT


Kevin Hillman is set to take the helm of the Missouri Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (MAPA). Hillman, who is the Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney, will lead the Association that represents Missouri’s prosecutors over the next year. “There have been many calls for reform of the criminal justice system over the past several years,” said Hillman. "Prosecutors have led the way for many of those reforms, including revising the criminal code, recording police interrogations when dangerous felonies are committed, improving diversion programs, and supporting reasonable parole eligibility for truly non-violent offenders. "Recently, however, much criticism has been leveled at prosecutors and law enforcement officers who work to keep our communities safe. Many of these criticisms miss the mark in an attempt to blame the criminal justice system for too many of society’s woes. “Unfortunately, a host of ideas that are promoted under the guise of ‘reforming’ the criminal justice system would actually open the floodgates of our prisons, erode valuable Truth in Sentencing laws, decriminalize serious offenses, and undermine the autonomy of locally elected prosecutors who are elected by and accountable to our communities. None of these ideas are good. And none of them really go to the heart of the legitimate challenges we face as a society. “Instead, the answer is to refocus community efforts on strengthening families, improving educational and employment opportunities, obeying the law, and fostering respect for police officers who put their lives on the line to provide safe communities. Over the next year, my prosecutor colleagues and I look forward to an honest discussion about how to achieve what everyone truly wants: a safe and productive Missouri.” Hillman is the 46th president of MAPA since its inception in 1969. He succeeds immediate past-president and Boone County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Knight. Christian County Prosecuting Attorney Amy Fite is the Association’s president-elect. Other officers include Cole County Prosecuting Attorney Mark Richardson and Taney County Prosecuting Attorney Jeff Merrell. Hillman is the elected prosecutor for Pulaski County. In 2010, he began his first term as the elected prosecutor and he now is in his second term. Hillman attended Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in History and Government. Upon graduation, he was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army. Hillman graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 2000. He began his prosecution career as an assistant prosecutor with Butler County, Ohio. He was accepted into the Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps and stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. After leaving active duty, Hillman continued to serve in the Missouri Army National Guard. Hillman was deployed to Kuwait in support of Operation Enduring Freedom with the 35th Combat Aviation Brigade. He currently holds the rank of lieutenant colonel and serves as the Command Judge Advocate of the 35th Combat Aviation Brigade, which is located in Sedalia, Missouri. #
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