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Mississippi Co. trio accused of assault

Margo Nicole Raithel (Source: Mississippi Co. SO) Margo Nicole Raithel (Source: Mississippi Co. SO)
Darrel Eugene Wilkerson (Source: Mississippi Co. SO) Darrel Eugene Wilkerson (Source: Mississippi Co. SO)
Evelyn Inez Vanwinkle (Source: Mississippi Co. SO) Evelyn Inez Vanwinkle (Source: Mississippi Co. SO)
MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, MO (KFVS) -

Three Bertrand, Missouri residents face charges after an assault investigation by the Mississippi County Sheriff's Department.

Margo Nicole Raithel, 31, of Bertrand, faces assault 2nd degree and domestic assault 3rd degree charges. 

Darrel Eugene Wilkerson, 26, and Evelyn Inez Vanwinkle, 50, both of Bertrand, each face domestic assault 3rd degree charges.

According to Sheriff Keith Moore, the investigation began on Dec. 28, when a sheriff's deputy was dispatched to a domestic assault call.

At the scene, the deputy was met outside the home by a woman who had reportedly been assaulted by her brother and mother.

According to the sheriff's office, a further investigation showed the reporting party, Margo Raithel, had also assaulted her mother, Evelyn Vanwinkle.

The deputy placed took the mother and daughter into custody for assaulting each other, and took them both to the Mississippi County Detention Center.

A short time later, the deputy took Raithel's brother, Darrel Wilkerson to jail.

The sheriff's office says they were all released from custody after posting bond.

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