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Osceola, Missouri 64776
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05/11/2015

The complete St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office News Release for May 4-11, 2015

     St. Clair County Sheriff Scott Keeler said deputies made several arrests and took reports of property damage, stealing, and burglary during the week of May 4-11.

Burglary complaint

     On May 9, a St. Clair County deputy took a burglary report on NE 600 Road, Osceola. Randy Collins reported a caretaker of his property had noticed a broken window and a door open on May 7. Collins said he arrived and noticed several items missing from the residence.  Items missing included an antique coffee grinder, two sets of walkie talkies with chargers, .22 caliber rifle in a green canvas case, worm drive Skill saw, Bostich frame nailer, Ramshot concrete nailer in a orange metal case, 1/2 inch drive electric Skill drill, two model cars (Dodge Charger/Baracuda), six antique pub lights, antique store bean bin, 30 loose arrowheads, two display cases of arrowheads(30 in  each), two antique irons, blue propane torch, and a wooden box with Budweiser logo. The total value of the items was estimated at $1,850.

     During an investigation of an unrelated incident by the Osceola Police Department and the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office, items were recovered. A suspect in the case has been identified.

Property damage report

     On May 8, a St. Clair County deputy took a property damage report from a representative of the Twin Oaks Harbor Property Owner’s Association. Damage to a fence and a wooden corner post was reported. A suspect was named.

Calves stolen

     On May 8, a St. Clair County deputy took a report from Tina Chambers regarding stolen calves. Chambers reported a Black Angus heifer a white Charolais heifer missing from her property on E Highway, Lowry City. The estimated weight of the calves was 300-pounds and valued at $1,000 each.

Burglary complaint

     On May 7, a St. Clair County deputy took a burglary complaint on SE 201 Road, Collins.

     Dennis Sheldon reported a window was broken on a building located on his property.  Damage was estimated at $120.  Evidence was located at the scene.

     The investigation is these cases are ongoing. Sheriff Keeler urges those with any related information to contact the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office Tip Line, 417-646-5832, or email to tips@scsomo.org.

Youth alcohol enforcement

     On May 7 as part of a national youth alcohol enforcement crackdown, the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office conducted an investigation related to minor’s purchasing alcohol at area businesses. During the investigation, an 18-year-old minor was used to attempt a purchase of alcohol.

     Sheriff Keeler explained of the five convenience stores where an underage purchase was attempted, one store clerk sold alcohol to a minor. The clerk was issued a citation for supplying liquor to a minor.

Warrant arrests

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Michael Stone

     Michael Stone- On May 8, Michael Stone, 45, Warrensburg, was arrested  on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with a class A misdemeanor of violating an order of protection for an adult. The warrant was issued on April 27 and stems from an incident on March 6. Bond is set at $1,000 cash or surety.

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John Heistand

     John Heistand- On May 7, John Heistand, 58, Clinton, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant for failing to appear in court on a class C felony charge of passing a bad check. The warrant was issued on April 1 and stems from an incident in February 2010.

     Heistand also has felony warrants from Benton, Boone, Johnson and Pettis counties charging him passing a bad check. Total bond is set at $10,647.

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Cody McGraw

     Cody McGraw- On May 6, Cody McGraw, 29, Warrensburg, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with four class C felony counts of passing a bad check-$500 or more. Bond is set at $500 cash only. The charges stem from incidents in November 2013.

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Autumn Sexson

     Autumn Sexson- On May 6, Autumn Sexson, 34, Creighton, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant for failing to appear in court on three misdemeanor charges, driving while revoked, no insurance and speeding. Total bond is set at $481.50 cash only and $1,000 cash or surety. The charges stem from an incident in September 2014.

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Ashley Ebeling

     Ashley Ebeling- On May 4, Ashley Ebeling, 31, Collins, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging her with a class A misdemeanor of resisting arrest. Bond is set at $1,000 cash or surety.

The charge stems from an incident in March when she fled from St. Clair County deputies on Main Street in Collins.

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Johnathon Strutton

     Johnathon Strutton- On May 4, Johnathon Strutton, 26, Osceola, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with a class C felony of burglary in the second degree, a class D felony of resisting/interfering with arrest of a felony, and a class A misdemeanor of theft/stealing. Bond is set at $20,000 cash or surety.

     The charges stem from incidents in February when an investigation discovered Strutton in possession of property reported stolen by Shawn Casey. When an attempt was made to contact Strutton, he fled. 

Arrest warrants issued

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Thomas Timberlake

     Thomas Timberlake- On May 4, two St. Clair County arrest warrants were issued for Thomas Timberlake, 55, Osceola, for failing to appear in court on a class C felony of assault on a law enforcement officer and a class D felony of resisting arrest/detention/stop by fleeing creating a substantial risk of serious injury/death to any person. Total bond is set at $2,000 cash only.

     The charges stem from an incident in July 2014 when St. Clair County deputies assisted with a call regarding a vehicle failing to yield to the Osceola Police Department. The vehicle was traveling northbound on Highway 13 in the southbound lanes. The driver, later identified as Timberlake, led law enforcement down several county roads and at one point turned the vehicle and attempted to run a deputy over with his car. The chase ended in the Red Rock Subdivision on NE 175 Road at his residence where he was taken into custody.

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Brad Larson

     Brad Larson- On May 4, a St. Clair County arrest warrant was issued for Brad Larson, 56, Wichita, Ks., for failing to appear in court on two class C felony charges of passing a bad check. Bond is set at $2,500 cash only. The charges stem from incidents on Feb. 13-14, 2013.

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National Police Week May 10-16

     National Police Week is May 10-16 and the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office urges community members to show their support for law enforcement by tying a blue ribbon onto their car antenna or side mirror in honor of  fallen officers and those still working the streets.

     In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others.

 

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