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Krystal Nicole Buras
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A woman from Spring, Texas facing charges of tampering with physical evidence connected to the disappearance and murder of forty six year-old Carl Glenn Anderson of Highlandville is scheduled to stand trial on July 24, 2013.

Authorities say Krystal Nicole Buras, 30, allegedly removed "items that were likely used at the site of the murder,” from her boyfriend, Eugene "Gene" Crider's, truck that police had been searching for.

Buras was arrested last March when she went to visit Crider at the Stone County jail.

According to the probable cause statement, when Buras was interviewed at the sheriff’s office she told investigators where they could find the missing truck and “admitted she removed items from it to take to Texas”.

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Carl Glenn Anderson

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Crider, Teri Dean-Morrison and Cheryl C. Crawford are charged with murder, tampering with physical evidence, hindering prosecution and armed criminal action. Investigators allegedly found broken doors, windows, blood and other physical evidence that came back as belonging to Anderson, who was last seen at Dean-Morrison's home at 263 Akita Run near Hootentown on February 23rd, when they executed a search warrant.

When the trio was arrested near the Lake of the Ozarks in March, detectives confiscated their cell phones which led authorities to a property owned by Earl Kearney, a former boyfriend of Dean-Morrison, on Highway OO near Reeds Spring, where the dismembered remains of Anderson were discovered.

Dean-Morrison's trial, which was moved on a change of venue to Jasper County, is scheduled to begin in June.  Crawford, whose trial was moved to Laclede county, is scheduled to stand trial in September and Crider's trial is scheduled to begin next November in Newton County where it was moved.

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Dean-Morrison's trial, which was moved on a change of venue to Jasper County, is scheduled to begin in June. Crawford, whose trial was moved to Laclede county, is scheduled to stand trial in September and Crider's trial is scheduled to begin next November in Newton County where it was moved.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

These ppl deserve everything they get. They had no right to take another persons life.

Anonymous said...

Prison is too good for these animals.

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