Two accused of abusing elderly woman in Henry County, Mo.

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Earl Stackhouse (left) and Terry Stackhouse (right) are accused of abusing an elderly woman from Deepwater, Mo. (Photos: Henry County Sheriff's Office)

HENRY COUNTY, Mo. — An ongoing investigation has led the Henry County prosecutor to charge two Deepwater, Mo., residents with elder abuse. Terry Stackhouse, 57, and Earl Stackhouse, 54, were arraigned this week and are in jail on $50,000 bonds.

According to a news release, the sheriff’s office was contacted on January 29 about the allegations which prompted the investigation. Both suspects were arrested on suspicion of first degree elder abuse, financial exploitation and felonious restraint.

Right now they only stand charged with the count for elder abuse.

The investigation is ongoing, and the sheriff’s office asks anyone who may information to contact them at (660) 885-5587. Terry and Earl Stackhouse have criminal setting hearings scheduled for February 26.

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