The city’s stay-at-home order did little to prevent violent incidents which left 10 people dead and more than 200 guns recovered over the weekend.
“It’s a big, big day because it shows everything is moving forward,” the executive director of the town’s Chamber of Commerce said. “It shows we turned a corner.”
Robert Repella, a former biotech executive, could get 10 months behind bars for the scheme.
"What we saw was horrible, completely and utterly messed up," Mayor Jacob Frey said of video taken of the incident. "I believe what I saw, and what I saw was wrong at every level."
A jampacked pool party at a bar in Lake of the Ozarks has health officials in Missouri calling for revelers to self-quarantine.