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McKinney Sentenced To Four Years For Involvement In February 2015 Murder

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Ryan Ray Smith Ryan Ray Smith
Trevor Webb Trevor Webb
Bobbie McKinney Bobbie McKinney
JOPLIN, MISSOURI -

3/8/2016: Bobby McKinney was sentenced yesterday by Judge Tim Perigo to four years in prison for hindering prosecution. She was involved in the murder case of Trevor Webb. 

Update 2/1/2016: Ryan Smith entered a guilty plea to second degree murder and armed criminal action. 25 years for second degree murder and 10 years for ACA, sentences will be served concurrently(at same time) he will have to serve his longest sentencing. He is convicted of killing 30 year old Trevor Webb. 
He did have a co-defendant Bobby McKinney but last month Newton County Prosecutor dropped the charges due to lack of evidence. 

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Updated February 23, 2015:  Joplin Police arrested Ryan Ray Smith, 21, this morning on a warrant for 1st Degree Murder. Smith was transferred to the Newton County Jail, and held on $250K cash only bond. Trevor Webb, 30, died at the hospital. An autopsy is scheduled. Sheriff Copeland says it is evident Smith and Webb knew each other. 

Updated February 22, 2015:  A man was stabbed multiple times at the Bykota Trailer Park on East 32nd Street. The incident happened at approximately 8:00 am Sunday morning. Newton County Sheriff Ken Copeland said the victim, a 30-year-old Joplin male, was visiting a friend. He died at the hospital. Authorities will release this victim's name once his family has been notified.

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