The death of Sean Crow is now being considered a homicide. According to a news release by the Stoddard County Prosecuting Attorney Russ Oliver, 29-year-old Matthew Cook and 45-year-old Glen Scott Evans now face charges of first degree murder, armed criminal action, and first degree robbery. Evans has a $250,000 cash only bond while Cook is being held with no bond. According to court documents, Crow was shot to death. His body was discovered Wednesday in a red pickup truck outside the Advance McDonald's. Tips from the public led to the arrests. According to the probable cause statement, Crow was shot in the face. Authorities found a .22 caliber shell casing was found at the scene. Sean Crow graduated from Bernie High School and was a heavy equipment operator in the Parma area.
SE Miisourian contributed to this story
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