A probable cause affidavit for a count of second-degree assault against a Neosho woman in connection with a fight at the skatepark in Morse Park on Sunday has been sent to the Newton County Prosecutor's Office.

A probable cause affidavit for a count of second-degree assault against a Neosho woman in connection with a fight at the skatepark in Morse Park on Sunday has been sent to the Newton County Prosecutor's Office.
Formal charges have yet to be filed against the 21-year-old, whom Neosho police say attacked an 18-year-old girl in a disagreement over an ex-boyfriend. The victim was taken to Freeman Neosho Hospital after the 7:48 p.m. incident in the 400 block of Dean Keeling Drive, where detective Brandon Beshears said she sustained a fractured bone in her nose, lacerations and contusions on her head, and a concussion.
The prosecutor has filed a third-degree domestic assault charge against a 57-year-old woman in a September 8 incident.
Kathleen Dennison is charged with assaulting her 15-year-old granddaughter. Police responded to the 700 block of West McCord Street for that investigation.
Wednesday Incidents:
 Police responded to the reports of two stolen firearms Wednesday.
An officer was dispatched at 9:19 a.m. to the 1200 block of Skyline Drive where Lt. Mike Sharp indicated the resident reported the loss of a .22 caliber rifle with wood stock and a stainless steel barrel valued at $207. There was no sign of forced entry, he said.
No sign of forced entry was observed, though Sharp said a resident in the 500 block of East Spring Street who reported a burglary at 5:20 p.m. noted he sometimes has trouble with the door.
A Glock 19 Generation 4 handgun equipped with a laser and stored in a gun case with three 17 round magazines were reported stolen from the bedroom, which Sharp said were valued at $810.