The Daily Dish-Feb.28

Columbia Missourian story by Bobby Watson explained how the Columbia police procedural change in 2009  that lets officers walk away from non-injury accidents without writing a report could cause trouble for drivers in need of insurance coverage. The procedural change resulted in a 48 percent decrease in the number of tickets written. One Columbia resident complained that following a traffic accident he was involved in, a police officer did not write a report, which caused him trouble in filing insurance claim.

Columbia Missourian story by  Alicia Stice reported that  The Central Missouri Humane Society might have to find another director again, after the newly appointed Kimberly Sherlaw told the organization’s board of directors she rescinded her earlier acceptance of the job for personal reasons.


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