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04/25/2016

The complete St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office News Release and Court Case updates  April 18-25, 2016

     

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     St. Clair County Sheriff Scott Keeler reported a death investigation is ongoing and deputies made seven warrant arrests during the week of April 18-25.

Ongoing death investigation

     An investigation is ongoing in reference to two bodies found in a residence in Lowry City. On April 21, St. Clair County deputies and the Lowry City Police Department responded to a residence at 202 East 7th Street, Lowry City, and located two bodies. The body of Isaac Tyson, a two- month-old infant child, was located in the living room of the home. His father’s body, Curtis Paul Tyson, 43, was located in a detached garage of the home.

     The sheriff said detectives have made several interviews and have collected evidence to further investigate this case. He noted the father's death was determined to be caused by a self inflicted gunshot wound. On April 22, an autopsy was conducted on the infant. Pending the results of the medical examiner’s report and a meeting of the Child Death Review Board, a cause of death can be determined.

     “On behalf of everyone at the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office as well as myself personally I want to offer our condolences to the family of this tragedy,” said Sheriff Keeler. “Our hearts are with them as they go through this difficult time. Our thoughts are also with the teenage brother of the infant and his friend who came home from school to discover this as well as the law enforcement and first responders dealing with this tragedy.”

Warrant arrests

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Stephen Reiling

     Stephen Reiling- On April 25, Stephen Reiling, 54, Osceola, was arrested on a St. Clair County arrest warrant charging him with probation violation on an original class D felony charge of driving while intoxicated-persistent offender and class A misdemeanor possession of marijuana. The warrant was issued on April 14 and bond is set at $5,000 cash only. The original charges stem from a Missouri State Highway Patrol investigation in February 2015.

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David Eaton Jr.

     David Eaton Jr.- On April 25, David Eaton Jr., 42, Lowry City, was arrested in Osceola on a Henry County probation violation warrant on an original class C felony charge of stealing. The warrant was issued on April 13 and bond is set at $5,000 cash only. The original charge stems from an incident in April 2010. Eaton pled guilty to the charge in 2013.

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 Patrick Lessley

     Patrick Lessley- On April 19, Patrick Lessley, 55. Osceola, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with class C felony possession of a controlled substance. Bond is set at $25,000 cash or surety.

     The charge stems from an investigation the previous day when St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office deputies and members of the Mid Missouri Multi Jurisdiction Drug Task Force made contact with Lessley at his home on SE 269 Private Road, Osceola, in reference to illegal drug activity. During the investigation several items of drug paraphernalia were located including a straw and pipe that contained a white powder. The powder field tested positive for methamphetamine. Lessley was taken into custody and transported to the St. Clair County Jail pending the formal charge.

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Erika Bootier

     Erika Bootier- On April 21, Erika Bootier, 23, Collins, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant for failing to appear in court on four original class C felony charges of forgery. The warrant was issued on April 4 and bond is set at $10,000.00 cash only. The original charges stem from incidents in December 2014 when Bootier cashed four checks that were stolen from an individual.

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Alexander Hartlain

     Alexander Hartlain- On April 21, Alexander Hartlain, 23, Springfield, was arrested in Lowry City on a Pleasant Hope Police Department warrant for failing to appear in court on an original ordinance violation of expired plates.  Bond is set at $300 cash only.

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Kyle Brashear

     Kyle Brashear- On April 19, Kyle Brashear, 18, Kansas City, was arrested on two St. Clair County warrants for failing to appear in court on a misdemeanor charge of possession marijuana and an infraction of no seat belt. The warrant was issued on March 28 and bond is set at $2,510 cash only. The charges stem from a Missouri State Highway Patrol investigation on Jan. 8.

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Clint Robinson

     Clint Robinson- On April 19, Clint Robinson, 35, Baldwin City, Kan., was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with class D felony nonsupport-total arrears in excess of 12 monthly payments due under order of support. The warrant was issued on March 31 and bond is set at $2,000 cash only.

Formal charges filed on several individuals

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Ronald Botteron
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     Ronald Botteron- On April 21, formal charges were filed in St. Clair County on Ronald Botteron, 46, Osceola. Botteron is charged with two class A misdemeanors, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, and an unclassified misdemeanor of driving while suspended. The charges stem from an investigation on April 12 when a traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle Botteron was driving. During the investigation marijuana and drug paraphernalia was located in the vehicle. It was also determined Botteron’s driver’s license was suspended. Botteron was taken into custody and later released pending the formal charges. 

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Kyle Loebig
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     Kyle Loebig- On April 20, formal charges were filed in St. Clair County on Kyle Loebig, 25, Yuma, Colo. Loebig is charged with two class A misdemeanor counts, possession of marijuana and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia. The charges stem from an investigation on April 8 when a St. Clair County deputy conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle Loebig was a passenger in.  During the investigation drug paraphernalia and marijuana were located in the vehicle.

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Weston Gibson
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     Weston Gibson- On April 21, a St. Clair County warrant was issued for the driver of the vehicle, Weston Gibson, 27, Alma, Neb. Gibson is charged with three misdemeanor counts, possession of marijuana, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, and driving while intoxicated-alcohol. During the investigation it was determined Gibson was intoxicated. Both men were taken into custody after the incident and later released pending the formal charges.

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Chad Cooper
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     Chad Cooper- On April 20, formal charges were filed in St. Clair County on Chad Cooper, 26, Oak Grove. Cooper is charged with class A misdemeanor driving while intoxicated-prior offender and class B misdemeanor failure to register a motor vehicle. The charges stem from an investigation on April 6 when a St. Clair County deputy conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle Cooper was driving. During the investigation it was determined Cooper was intoxicated and driving a vehicle that was not registered. He was taken into custody and later released pending the formal charge. 

     Disclaimer: Arrest records are public information. Any indication of an arrest does not mean the individual identified has been convicted of a crime. All persons arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Court case updates

David McKinney placed on probation
http://scsomo.org/court_case_view.php?id=164

Prescription drug take back

     The St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office will host a free prescription drug take back event on Saturday, April 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sheriff Scott Keeler explained the event will allow the public to dispose of unwanted, unused, or expired medications.

     Participants can bring prescription medications, pills, or tablets in original plastic containers to the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office, 360 Chestnut Street, Osceola, Mo. Participants are urged to remove personal information from prescription labels. Items that will not be accepted include liquids, needles or sharps, inhalers, only pills or patches.

     “This service is an opportunity; put on by the sheriff’s office, to help prevent pill abuse, theft, as well as ensuring the prescription drugs are disposed of properly,” said Sheriff Keeler. “Though this is a scheduled event, the sheriff’s office will accept unwanted, unused, or expired medications for disposal throughout the year.”

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