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Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney, announces that today in the Circuit Court of Pulaski County, Cody Willcoxson was sentenced to two terms of thirty years confinement in the Department of Corrections, to run concurrently, on the charges of Assault on a Law Enforcement officer, class A Felonies. Mr. Willcoxson had pled guilty to the charges in April.  He still faces a number of serious charges arising from this same incident in Phelps County.

These charges are a result of an incident that occurred on May 12, 2011.  The suspect was involved in a car chase through Ft. Leonard, St. Robert and then along Interstate 44. While traveling at speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour Mr. Willcoxson was using a high powered rifle to shoot at officers that were in pursuit. Chief Curtis Currenton and Officer Trenton Herr pursued the vehicle from St. Robert, Missouri to Rolla, Missouri where Chief Currenton’s patrol car was disabled by the shots fired by Mr. Willcoxson.  Officer Herr pursued Mr. Willcoxson on to the Missouri University Science and Technology Campus where Mr. Willcoxson’s vehicle struck a barrier and was disabled.  Mr. Willcoxson then fled on foot and was later apprehended after a several hour man hunt. Mr. Willcoxson admitted to being under the influence of methamphetamine at the time of this incident.

“I want to thank Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Ken Clayton for his outstanding skills as an attorney to achieve the maximum sentence in this case. I also want to thank Chief Curtis Currenton and Officer Trenton Herr for their selfless acts of courage and bravery under fire. Let this send a message that Pulaski County will not tolerate negligent disregard for the public, nor acts of violence against those sworn to protect the citizens of this county.” said Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman.

The Prosecutor’s Office wishes to thank the St. Robert Police Department, Rolla Police Department and all other law enforcement agencies involved for their quick response and apprehension of this subject. We will continue to work hard to bring offenders to justice for their crimes and keep Pulaski County a safe place to live.

Please direct all questions to Kenneth G. Clayton, Pulaski County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney.
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