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Teri Dean-Morrison (mug shot SCSO)

One of the women charged with the murder of Carl Anderson is now facing federal weapons charges.

A federal grand juty handed up the indictment against Teri Lynn Dean-Morrison earlier this month in Springfield.

Dean-Morrison was sent to prison on a probation violation while she awaits her murder trial after her probation was revoked in July.  She pleaded guilty in 2008 to charges of distribution/production/or manufacturing of a controlled substance and endangering the welfare of a child and was placed on five years probation.

Carl Anderson

Anderson was last seen at Dean-Morrison's home near Hootentown in late February.  In March, his remains were found scattered on property belonging to Earl Kearney, a boyfriend of Dean-Morrison's, near Reeds Spring.

According to federal court documents, when investigator's executed a search warrant at Dean-Morrison's home at 263 Akita Run on March 7th, they found a Remington rifle and Dean-Morrison "stated she had obtained the rifle from Carl Anderson (the missing individual) and intended it to be a gift for her son. She also acknowledged she was aware she was prohibited from possessing
firearms due to her felony convictions."

Dean-Morrison's trial is scheduled to begin next June in Jasper County where the case was moved on a change of venue.

Eugene Crider (mug shot SCSO)

Eugene Crider, who is also facing murder charges connected to Anderson's death, is due back in court in February.  His girlfriend, Krystal Buras, who is facing tampering with physical evidence in the case is scheduled to appear in court in Stone County on December 11th.

Krystal Buras (mug shot SCSO)

The murder trial of Cheryl Crawford has been moved to Laclede County.  She is due back in court on February 13th.

Cheryl Crawford (mug shot SCSO)

Stone County interim presiding judge Alan Blankenship has said that he hopes to hear all of the motion's and pre-trial conferences for those charged with murder in Stone County for the convenience of attorney's.