A caller reported a trespasser at Peppers Nightclub, 4515 N. Highway 763, at about 1:40 a.m. Saturday and said they believed the subject possibly had a gun and that shots were fired. Columbia police followed the suspect for about four miles within the city.
Daniel W. Singleton, 28, received the sentence Thursday in Platte County Circuit Court after pleading guilty in May to repeatedly striking the Weston Community Church of the Nazarene with his Jeep.
The dead were identified as Carl Miller, 42, of Washburn; his former wife, Rhonda Miller, 39, also of Washburn, and Donald F. Horton Jr., 45, of Bentonville, Ark. They had been shot to death.
If convicted, the woman faces up to a year in jail and a $500 fine.
Police said officers were called about 9:40 p.m. to the Eastglen theaters, where security officials said they had caught the man making the bootleg copy.
Much of the news from Britain is similar to the U.S., including the problems with the economy and violence. A main difference is that knives instead of guns are used in the British killings.
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