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05/19/2016

St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office news update
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Warrant arrests

 

     Misty Bennink- On May 18, Misty Bennink, 35, Osceola, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant for failing to appear in court on a class A misdemeanor domestic assault-third degree, class A misdemeanor stalking, and class B misdemeanor trespass-first degree. The warrant was issued on April 1and bond is set at $7,500 cash or surety.

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Misty Bennink

     The charges stems from an incident on February 3 when St. Clair County deputies responded to a disturbance on NE 800 Road, Lowry City. Bennink allegedly trespassed on property as well as stalked and assaulted an individual.

     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.

     

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Melissa Collins

     Melissa Collins- On May 17, Melissa Collins, 33, Osceola, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging her with class C felony charge of possessing a controlled substance. Bond is set at $15,000 cash or surety.

     The charge stems from an investigation the previous day when a traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle she was driving. During the investigation a prescription pill bottle with residue that field tested positive for methamphetamine was located in her possession.

Burglary reported in Appleton City

     On May 18, a St. Clair County deputy took a report from Richard Foster in reference to a burglary at the Appleton City storage units located at the corner of Third and Popular.  Foster reported several items missing from a storage unit he is renting. Missing items include: old wedding dress, air tank with compressor motor, two end tables, a Homelite chainsaw, three tool boxes, two trash cans, milk crate, and an extension cord. He also reported a trunk containing dishes, photo albums with quilted covers, watches, pocket knives, and two toy trucks was missing.

Property damage on SE 1100 Road

     On May 17, a St. Clair County deputy took a report concerning property damage on SE 1100 Road, Humansville. Homer Routh reported damage to a barbed wire fence and a hedge post on the corner of his property. Damage was estimated at $150 to repair the post and fence.

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

St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office to participate
 in “Click It or Ticket” enforcement

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     The St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office will be joining with statewide law enforcement May 23 – June 5 for an aggressive “Click It or Ticket” mobilization to crackdown on Missouri’s seat belt violations.

     Six out of 10 people killed in Missouri traffic crashes are unbuckled. And even with all the advancements in automobile safety and education on the importance of seat belt use,

     Missouri’s seat belt use has remained relatively unchanged in the last six years and consistently below the national average. Missouri has a 79-percent seat belt use, which is well below the national average of 87-percent. Teens and pick-up truck drivers are among those least likely to buckle up at 67 and 63-percent.

     “Every day someone dies in a crash in Missouri because they weren’t buckled up,” said

     Sheriff Scott Keeler. “We will be pulling out all the stops to ensure motorists are buckling up.”

     Seat belt use is the single most effective way to protect people and reduce fatalities in motor vehicle crashes. Buckle Up and Arrive Alive. For information on Missouri seatbelt usage, visit www.saveMOlives.com.

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