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Carl Anderson has been missing for over a month
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Authorities in Stone County have called a news conference for 9:30 a.m. tomorrow (03-27-12) to discuss new developments in the case of a missing Highlandville man.

Forty six year-old Carl Glenn Anderson was last seen February 23rd at a gathering at 263 Akita Run, which is in Stone County. Teri L. Dean-Morrison told deputies she took Anderson back to his home in Highlandville, which is in Christian County. Anderson's mother said he never returned home and she filed a missing person's report on February 25th.



Earlier this month Terri Dean-Morrison, Eugene K. Crider and Cheryl Crawford were charged with tampering with physical evidence in connection to Anderson's disappearance after a large amount of the missing man's blood was found inside the Morrison's house on Akita Run.
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Sheriff Richard Hill says authorities found additional evidence connected to Anderson at a rural property off of Highway OO near Kimberling City last week, but said more information will be released at the news conference.
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Authorities found several receipts for the purchase of household cleaning supplies, ceiling texture, carpet and windows that were made within 24 hours of Anderson's last known contact with Dean-Morrison, Crider and Crawford.
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Sources close to the investigation say additional charges could soon be filed against the trio and additional suspects in the case.

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