NEOSHO, MO.--- After avoiding capture for several days in multiple jurisdictions, a Webb City man is in court to answer to burglary charges. Dennis Goode, 32, was arraigned in Newton County Court this morning. He's accused of a home burglary back in July. County Prosecutor Jake Skouby says fingerprints found at the scene form the basis of the state's case.
"Fingerprints were sent through the aphis system. Obviously, everybody is entitled to their day in court, but that's what our charge is based on at this point," said Jake Skouby, Newton County Prosecutor.
Goode was also arraigned for resisting arrest by fleeing from police in a pursuit ending at a south Joplin apartment complex on October 10th. He's being held in the Newton County Jail on $100,000 cash only bond.
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