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4 Mississippi Co. inmates facing assault, robbery charges

Teco Vanshawn Woods (Source: Miss. Co. SO) Teco Vanshawn Woods (Source: Miss. Co. SO)
Clifford Ray Williams (Source: Miss. Co. SO) Clifford Ray Williams (Source: Miss. Co. SO)
Demetric Takyrick Owens (Source: Miss. Co. SO) Demetric Takyrick Owens (Source: Miss. Co. SO)
Sterling Lamarr McCain (Source: Miss. Co. SO) Sterling Lamarr McCain (Source: Miss. Co. SO)
CHARLESTON, MO (KFVS) -

A sheriff says Mississippi County, Missouri inmates are facing charges after an assault investigation by the sheriff's office.

According to the sheriff's office, Clifford Ray Williams, 45; Teco Vanshawn Woods, 31; Sterling Lamarr McCain, 30; and Demetric Takyrick Owens, 19; all of Charleston, Missouri, were each charged with robbery in the first degree and assault in the second degree for their roles in the alleged attack.

According to Sheriff Keith Moore, an inmate had been assaulted by the other inmates.

During an investigation, authorities learned the four inmates had stolen property from the victim and told him to move to another housing unit.

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