Misty Obermark trial delayed until 2018

Misty Obermark

A former Lebanon Police Dispatcher who was charged with child endangerment and tampering with a witness last year will now wait until 2018 to stand trial.

Misty Obermark was originally scheduled to be tried by a judge on Nov. 29, but on Nov. 27 her hearing was was continued, and a trial setting was scheduled for Jan. 8.

In Jan. 2016, Obermark was charged with a class C felony of tampering with a witness and a class C felony of first degree child endangerment at the same time that Duffy Woodman was charged in Laclede County with one count of first degree statutory sodomy and in Camden County with two counts of first degree statutory sodomy, two counts of first degree child molestation and possession of child pornography after he was accused of molesting a child younger than 12. Obermark was engaged to Woodman at the time that they were charged.

Child molestation allegations against Woodman were first reported to the Laclede County Sheriff’s Office in October 2015, and the Laclede County Sheriff’s Office reported the them to the Camden County Sheriff’s Office since the alleged crimes were reported to have happened in Camden County.

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