former Riverside municipal judge who may have tried to manipulate the legal system recently on a DWI charge now has new trouble with the law. Platte County Prosecutor Eric Zahnd on Thursday charged Charles M. McKeon, 48, with possessing cocaine after he left the scene of an accident while drunk. The new charge comes within two weeks after McKeon pled guilty to driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident in Kansas City Municipal Court. McKeon’s DWI charge was supposed to be heard in state court, not in Kansas City Municipal Court.
The Riverside Board of Aldermen spent an exhaustive amount of time hammering out the exceptions to the Gatewoods Planned Development. Gatewoods is an up-to-date housing development east of Line Creek and north of Platte Creek, roughly on the city’s east side. The subdivision is platted for studio houses and split-level single family.
A secretary at the Platte County R-3 High School is facing a felony charge of possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute the drug. June C. Spinner, 40, was arrested at her home in Weston last Wednesday morning. she posted bond on Tuesday of this week. Spinner serves as a high school lunch clerk and attendance secretary for Platte County R-3.