STERLING v. MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS (2023)
Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District.
Johnnie STERLING, Appellant, v. MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, et al., Respondents.
WD 85479 (Consolidated with WD 85566)
Decided: June 27, 2023
Before Division One: Mark D. Pfeiffer, Presiding Judge, and Karen King Mitchell and W. Douglas Thomson, Judges
Johnnie Sterling Jr., Licking, MO, Appellant, pro se. Andrew Bailey, Attorney General, Jefferson City, MO, and Austin Davis, Assistant Attorney General, St. Louis, MO, Attorneys for Respondents.
Mr. Johnnie Sterling appeals from the judgment entered by the Circuit Court of DeKalb County, Missouri, dismissing his amended civil torts and negligence complaint for lost and destroyed property against the Missouri Department of Corrections and the warden and chief custody officer of the Crossroads Correctional Center. Upon review of the brief and the record, we find no error and affirm the judgment. We have provided the parties with a Memorandum explaining the reasons for our decision because a published opinion would serve no jurisprudential purpose. Rule 84.16(b).
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