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Friday, August 27, 2010

[MO] Daughter-in-law of Huntsdale Mayor injured in domestic incident. Mayor Lancaster and her son arrested.

...[Huntsdale Mayor Deborah Lancaster's son Alan] Nichols allegedly threw a small suitcase at the victim [his wife], who was struck on the right side of her face. The impact caused some swelling and bruising... When Lancaster arrived to pick up her son, she allegedly made threatening remarks that made the victim fear for her safety. Lancaster and Nichols were stopped by deputies nearby and arrested...

HUNTSDALE MAYOR FACES DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHARGE
Columbia Missourian
BY Esten Hurtle
Thursday, August 26, 2010
COLUMBIA — Huntsdale mayor Deborah Lancaster was arrested on a charge of third-degree domestic assault last weekend, according to the Boone County Sheriff's Department. Both Lancaster and her son, Alan Nichols, were taken into custody Saturday at Lancaster's home after the Boone County Sheriff’s Department responded to a call from Nichols’ wife. The woman, Lancaster's daughter-in-law, said she felt "threatened" by her husband and mother-in-law... Lancaster is also an administrative assistant working in finance at the Boone County Fire Protection District... Fire District employees are required to notify the Fire District within five days after they have been charged with a crime... “This happened in her personal time,” [Fire District Division Chief Gale] Blomenkamp said. “She was not representing the fire district when this occurred.” Both Lancaster and Nichols were released on a $1,000 bond Saturday. [Full article here]

HUNTSDALE MAYOR AND SON ARRESTED
The Columbia Daily Tribune
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
[Excerpts] ...Deputies were called around 8 p.m. to the 1900 block of Parkside Court, where Nichols and his 24-year-old wife became involved in a domestic dispute, said Detective Tom O’Sullivan of the sheriff’s department. Nichols allegedly threw a small suitcase at the victim, who was struck on the right side of her face. The impact caused some swelling and bruising, but no medical attention was sought. The victim called joint communications, O’Sullivan said, and Nichols began threatening to leave with their infant child. When Lancaster arrived to pick up her son, she allegedly made threatening remarks that made the victim fear for her safety. Lancaster and Nichols were stopped by deputies nearby and arrested. [Full article here]
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