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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
  • Authorities release pursuit details

  • Four people arrested after a high-speed pursuit that ended in Neosho early Tuesday morning have been identified.
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  • Four people arrested after a high-speed pursuit that ended in Neosho early Tuesday morning have been identified.
    According to Mike Watson with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the four include Sean P. McCarthy, 33, of Granby, the driver of the alleged stolen car; Ashley D. Martin, 34, of Carterville; John O. Cook, 49, of Neosho; and Shona L. Pliler, 40, of Joplin.
    McCarthy faces felony charges of first-degree tampering with a motor vehicle, a Class C felony; a Class D felony count of resisting arrest; and a Class D felony charge of unlawful use of a weapon. A pretrial conference has been set for Nov. 13 in Newton County Division II Associate Circuit Court Judge Greg Stremel’s courtroom.
    According to arrest reports on the highway patrol’s website, Cook also faces a warrant issued by the Arkansas Department of Probation and Parole for possession of drug paraphernalia.
    The others were arrested on a misdemeanor charge of tampering with a motor vehicle, according to the patrol’s website. Charges against Cook, Pliler and Martin have not been filed, according to electronic court records posted on Case.Net.
    The four were arrested early Tuesday morning in a stolen 2004 Chevrolet Impala after a high speed chase that began in Joplin ended in Neosho. The Newton County Sheriff’s Department picked up the chase on Interstate 49.
    The chase continued on I-49 to Route AA, exited at the highway, went back north, and ended up down a Neosho alleyway, where it became bogged down in the mud. All four were then taken into custody.

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