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Texas County Courthouse April, 27, 2017

LAND TRANSFERS

April 2017 — Philip Buchanan, a/k/a Philip Blaine Buchanan, and Linda Buchanan, a/k/a Linda Rachelle Buchanan, to David A. Rust and Amanda Rust, part of S 7, T 30, R 9.

April 2017 — Linda S. Paul-Peters to Chelsea J. Peters and Sean R. Peters, beneficiaries, part of S 27 and 28, both located in T 29, R 10.  Not effective to transfer title until death of owner.

April 2017 — Lori G. Macpherson to Carl D. Johnson and Cheryl L. Johnson, part of S 22 and 27, both located in T 29, R 12.

April 2017 — Freddie L. Adey and Patricia L. Adey to Freddie L. Adey, trustee of the Freddie L. Adey Trust under Agreement, and Patricia L. Adey, trustee of the Patricia L. Adey Trust under Agreement, part of S 16, 17, 20 and 21, all located in T 31, R 9.

April 2017 — Ronnie Atterberry and Joyce Atterberry to Aaron Atterberry and Holly Atterberry, part of S 16, T 33, R 11.

April 2017 — Ronnie Atterberry and Joyce Atterberry to Ronnie Atterberry and Joyce Atterberry, part of S 16, T 33, R 11.

April 2017 — Shannon Harris to Emily L. Harris, beneficiary, part of S 18, T 30, R 9. Not effective to transfer title until death of owner.

April 2017 — Michael B. Wagner and Marcia Wagner to Michael Joseph Wagner, re Tanya Wagner, re Cameron Wagner, re Braydon Wagner and re Jazlyn Wagner, part of S 10 and 15, both located in T 28, R 9. Not effective to transfer title until death of owners.

April 2017 — Jason W. Akers and Beth A. Akers to Big Piney Land Company, LLC, part of S 25, T 32, R 8.

April 2017 — Robert Sexton and Breta Sexton to Robert Lafavor and Tona Lafavor, part of S 12, T 28, R 11.

April 2017 — Robby G. Cross to Naomi Nadean Maiden, lots 11 and 12, with exception, located in block 2, Oak Crest Addition, City of Houston.

April 2017 — BJ Cash, a/k/a Billy Joe Cash, a/k/a Bill J. Cash, a/k/a B. J. Cash, and Rebecca Cash, a/k/a Rebecca A. Cash, a/k/a Becky Cash, to Christopher M. Cash and Carson J. Cash, beneficiaries, part of Shady Ridge Parcel 30, located in S 9, T 28, R 9, Shady Ridge Parcels 30 and 43, both located in S 10, T 28, R 9 and parts of S 28, 29, 33 and 34, all located in T29, R 9 and parts of S 27 and 30, both located in T 28, R 9. Not effective to transfer title until death of owners.

April 2017 — Brett D. Bruner and Laura B. Bruner to Richard D. Chastain and Chandra R. Sullins, part of S 19, T 32, R 8.

April 2017 — Fred H. Witte and Judith A. Witte to Terry L. Snelling and Sylvia l. Snelling, lot 8, and part of lot 7, both located in block 12, old survey, Rock Wall, block 12.

April 2017 — William H. Agee and Doris J. Agee, trustees of the Agee Revocable Living Trust, to Travis M. Sanders and Shannon Sanders, trustees of the Travis M. Sanders and Shannon Sanders Revocable Trust, part of S 3, 4 and 9, all located in T 30, R 8.

April 2017 — Travis M. Sanders and Shannon Sanders, trustees of the Travis M. Sanders and Shannon Sanders Revocable Trust, to Clarence Dale Boren and Karen Sue Boren, part of S 3, T 30, R 8.

April 2017 — Duncan Smith and Tara Smith to Ronald D. Wright and Madison O. Wright, part of S 20, T 29, R 11.

April 2017 — Daniel K. Fontanez and Tamara L. Fontanez to Jeffrey J. Prunty and Sarah J. Prunty, part of S 4, T 30, R 8.

April 2017 — Sally Ann Holland to Melvin Dewain Skiles Jr., part of S 25 and 26, both located in T 32, R 8.

April 2017 — Melvin Dewain Skiles to Melvin Dewain Skiles Jr. and Sally Ann Holland, trustees of the Frances Alberta Skiles Irrevocable Supplemental Needs Trust, part of S 25 and 26, both located in T 32, R 8.

April 2017 — Richard W. Stringer, a/k/a Richard Stringer, and Mary Frances Stringer, a/k/a Mary Francis Stringer, to Richard W. Stringer and Mary Frances Stringer Revocable Living Trust Agreement, Richard W. Stringer and Mary Frances Stringer, trustees, part of S 1, T 28, R 11.

April 2017 — Mary Frances Stringer and Richard W. Stringer, trustees of a trust agreement, to Richard W. Stringer and Mary Frances Stringer Revocable Living Trust Agreement, Richard W. Stringer and Mary Frances Stringer, trustees, part of S 20, 21 and 29, all located in T 29, R 10.

April 2017 — Bobby G. Caskey, trustee of the Bobby G. Caskey Trust Agreement, to Robert L. Fulton and Kyleen Annette Fulton, trustees of the Fulton Family Revocable Living Trust, Robert L. Fulton Revocable Living Trust and Kyleen Annette Fulton Revocable Living Trust, part of S 3, T 29, R 12.

April 2017 — Timothy J. Homer to Colton Tanner Scheets, a/k/a Colton T. Scheets, and Chyenne Nicole Scheets, a/k/a Chyenne Scheets, part of S 4 and 5, both located in T 29, R 8.

April 2017 — John Hood, a/k/a John W. Hood, and Stefanie Hood, a/k/a Stefanie L. Hood, to Lone Pine Investments, LLC, part of S 7, T 32, R 8.

April 2017 — Gary Wayne Brown and Kathy Gail Brown to Darrin Leon Brown and Richard Dennis Brown, part of S 27 and 34, both located in T 32, R 9.

April 2017 — Don E. Kelly and Janis L. Kelly to Earl Renegar and Mary Renegar, part of S 22, T 29, R 9.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

April 14, 2017 — Cody Gene Eickhoff, 30, and Nichole Lyn Cannon, 27, both of Dunkerton, Iowa.

April 17, 2017 — Michael Anthony Wallace, 22, and Sierra Elaine Franklin, 22, both of Raymondville.

April 18, 2017 — Michael Lee Moore, 25, and Autumn Kaylene Hicks, 22, both of Mountain Grove.

ASSOCIATE CIRCUIT COURT

The following drivers were issued a speeding ticket, entered a guilty plea and paid a fine plus court costs: Tarrah L. Blevins, $129.50; Norman Nathaniel Griffin III, $94.50; Mike Wayne Johnson, $99.50; Clayton Ross Salyer, $147.50; Wade Oneil Sanders, $25; Thomas Lee Stanton, $129.50; Marilyn Sue Surritte, $179.50.

The following driver was issued a ticket for seat belt violations, entered a guilty plea and paid a $10 fine: Thomas Lee Stanton.

IN OTHER PROCEEDINGS — STATE VS.

The following drivers were issued tickets for width of vehicle exceeded 8½ feet, entered a guilty plea and paid a fine plus court costs: Clifton Levi Collins, $133.50; Vivian Cullers, $329.50; Mark Ashley Griffin, $179.50; Thomas Lee Stanton, $204.50.

Robert Bartley — Distribute/deliver/manufacture/produce or attempt to or possess with intent to distribute/deliver/manufacture/produce a controlled substance. Probation revoked, serve five years in Department of Corrections.

Jay A. Gann — Driving while revoked/suspended.  Serve four years in Department of Corrections, the execution of sentence suspended with five years supervised probation, court costs and Crime Victims Compensation, 20 days shock, defendant must get driver’s license.

Randy Lee Hale Jr. — Two counts: Violation of education requirement for a child. The imposition of sentence suspended with one-year supervised probation, 48 hours shock, seven days shock to be used at probation officer’s discretion.

Amanda M. Maglone-Layton — Burglary, second degree.  Probation revoked, serve five years in Department of Corrections, concurrent.

Laraea Deanae Moncrief — Count one: Receiving stolen property. Count two: Fraudulent use of credit/debit device, more than $500. The imposition of sentence suspended with five years supervised probation, court costs and Crime Victims Compensation.

Jalen M. Rucker — Count one: Tampering with a motor vehicle, first degree. Count two: Receiving stolen property.  Probation revoked; serve four years in Missouri Department of Corrections, consecutive.

Christal Nicole Spencer — Hindering prosecution of felony. Probation revoked, serve two years in Missouri Department of Corrections.

Cody James Westmoreland — Count one: Burglary, second degree. Count two: Receiving stolen property. The imposition of sentence suspended with three years supervised probation, pay all costs and Crime Victims Compensation.

FINE COLLECTION CENTER

The following drivers were issued a speeding ticket, entered a guilty plea and paid a fine plus court costs: Tristan Avery Blake, $155.50; Jason W. Fain, $30.50; Mark A. Howard, $155.50; Amanda Rae Martin, $20.50; Colton Michael Miller, $55.50; Etta C. Phillips, $20.50; Debra Deanne Prisco, $155.50; Tabby Mae Reed, $55.50; John Burton Stockstill, $55.50; Amanda Kristine Stockton, $20.50; Jamila Reynette Tanner, $55.50.

The following drivers were issued a ticket for seat belt violations, entered a guilty plea and paid a $10 fine: Tyler Allen Bean, Tiffany Nicole Breeden, Sasha Nicole Cornelius, Jessica Beth Dresher, Sierra Elaine Franklin, Andrew Lynn Shoults, Dylan Joe Story, Michael Anthony Wallace, Joshua Lee Wantland, Jerry Ray Weaver.

IN OTHER PROCEEDINGS — STATE VS.

The following drivers were issued tickets for failure to register a motor vehicle, entered a guilty plea and paid a $30.50 fine plus court costs: Jessica Beth Dresher, Andrew Lynn Shoults.

George W. Hart IV — Failed to drive within right lane of highway with two or more lanes in same direction: $30.50 fine plus court costs.

Michael Anthony Wallace — Failed to stop for stop sign at stop line, before crosswalk, point nearest intersection: $30.50 fine plus court costs.

Kara Jo Wright — Operated motor vehicle with vision-reducing material applied to windshield/excess vision-reducing material applied to side window: $30.50 fine plus court costs.

 

 

 

TCMH Hospital Report

Admissions

April 10: Ashley Haynes, Winona; Kara Simmons, Cabool.                          

April 11: Emerson Russell, Houston; Annalisha Tilton, Mountain Grove.

April 12: No Admissions

April 13: Alma Booker, Licking.

April 14: No Admissions

April 15: Darlene Harris, Edgar Springs.

April 16: No Admissions

Discharges

April 10: Renda Jo Stout, Houston.

April 11: No Discharges

April 12: Ashley Haynes, Winona; Kara Simmons, Cabool; Annalisha Tilton, Mountain Grove.

April 13: No Discharges

April 14: No Discharges

April 15: Alma Booker, Licking.

April 16: No Discharges

 

 

Texas County Courthouse April 20, 2017

 

LAND TRANSFERS

March 2017 — George Allen Lincoln and Bonnie Sue Lincoln to Tim C. Davis, part of S 28, T 29, R 10.

March 2017 — Tim C. Davis to Jeff Stigall and Michelle Stigall, part of S 3, T 28, R 11.

March 2017 — Eugene DeWitt and Carole DeWitt to Bridgritte DeWitt, beneficiary, part of S 18, T 29, R 8. Not effective to transfer title until death of owners.

March 2017 — Robert Eugene DeWitt and Carole Anne DeWitt to Bridgritte DeWitt, beneficiary, part of S 5, T 30, R 8. Not effective to transfer title until death of owners.

March 2017 — Robert Eugene DeWitt and Carole Anne DeWitt to Bridgritte DeWitt, beneficiary, part of S 12, T 29, R 9. Not effective to transfer title until death of owners.

March 2017 — Rhonda Davis to Kimberly K. Davis, beneficiary, part of S 1, T 30, R 9. Not effective to transfer title until death of owner.

March 2017 — Delmar Peachee and re Mable Peachee, deceased, a/k/a Mabel Peachee, to Carolyn Sue White, Tippy Lee Peachee and Pamela Jo Brown, part of S 2, T 28, R 11.

March 2017 — Bonnie Jones, f/k/a Bonnie D. Marquis-Boutte, and John David Jones to Ronald K. Hayes, lots 6-9, all located in block 2, town of Raymondville.

March 2017 — Glen D. Cary and Rebecca L. Cary, trustees of the Glen David Cary and Rebecca Lee Cary Revocable Trust, to Glen David Cary II and Randee Noelle Cary, part of S 11, T 30, R 10.

March 2017 — Richard Grove and Susan Grove to John Zajkowski and Sheila Zajkowski, part of S 6, T 29, R 9 and part of S 1, T 29, R 10.

March 2017 — Progressive Ozark Bank to Chance Drake, lots 3-5, all located in block 3, Holt Subdivision and part of S 7, T 30, R 9, Houston.

March 2017 — Joseph Stonaker and Marian N. Mclin to Noah Clayton Ferree, Robert Earl Ferree and Nancy Susanna Bartel Ferree, part of S 21 and 28, both located in T 29, R 9.

March 2017 — Mark Alan Hinkle and Antrece Wright to Ryan A. Blair and Marissa P. Blair, part of S 21, T 33, R 11.

March 2017 — Deanna R. Smith, trustee of the Deanna R. Smith Revocable Living Trust, to Ronnie Nickels and Christine Nickels, lots 1-3, all located in block 2, town of Raymondville and lots 4 and 5, both located in block 2, Hibbs Addition, town of Raymondville.

April 2017 — Kenneth L. Campbell and Carolyn S. Campbell to Clarence Ernie Jones, part of S 26, T 32, R 10.

April 2017 — Roy Kinder and Carrie Kinder to Adam Dunlap and Amanda Dunlap, part of S 7, T 32, R 8, part of lots 10 and 11, Collier’s Third Addition, Licking.

April 2017 — Joseph Beltz and Nancy Beltz to Joseph W. Beltz and Nancy I. Beltz, trustees of the Joseph W. Beltz and Nancy I. Beltz Joint Trust Agreement, part of S 16, T 28, R 8.

April 2017 — Joseph Beltz and Nancy Beltz to Joseph W. Beltz and Nancy I. Beltz, trustees of the Joseph W. Beltz and Nancy I. Beltz Joint Trust Agreement, part of S 32, T 29, R 9 and part of S 4 and 5, both located in T 28, R 8.

April 2017 — Joseph Beltz and Nancy Beltz to Joseph W. Beltz and Nancy I. Beltz, trustees of the Joseph W. Beltz and Nancy I. Beltz Joint Trust Agreement, part of S 31, T 28, R 7.

April 2017 — Joseph Beltz and Nancy Beltz to Joseph W. Beltz and Nancy I. Beltz, trustees of the Joseph W. Beltz and Nancy I. Beltz Joint Trust Agreement, part of S 31, T 28, R 7.

April 2017 — Harold Williams Petro to Ronald Loyd Dodd Jr. and James Michael Dodd, beneficiaries, part of S 10, T 28, R 12. Not effective to transfer title until death of owner.

April 2017 — Beverly A. Openshaw, trustee of the Walter W. and Beverly A. Openshaw Revocable Trust, to Walter Nick and Beverly Openshaw Qualified Spousal Joint Revocable Living Trust, Beverly Openshaw, trustee, part of S 1, 2 and 12, all located in T 31, R 12 and part of S 31, T 32, R 11.

April 2017 — Wilma Stark to Cody Stark, part of S 13, T 29, R 7.

April 2017 — Steven M. Wagner and Eleanor M. Wagner to Caleb Brown and Tabitha Brown, part of S 26, T 28, R 11.

April 2017 — Susan L. Bennett to William J. Anderson, part of S 7, T 30, R 9.

April 2017 — William J. Anderson and Teresa Anderson to Teresa Anderson, beneficiary, part of S 7, T 30, R 9. Not effective to transfer title until death of owner.

April 2017 — Joyce Belshe to Susan L. Skyles and Leslie N. Peede, beneficiaries, lot 11, with exception, block 1, Sunset Terrace Addition, City of Houston. Not effective to transfer title until death of owner.

April 2017 — Michael Edward Lunbeck and Bonnie L. Lunbeck to the Lunbeck Joint Irrevocable Trust, Michael Travis Lunbeck, trustee, part of S 2, T 29, R 10 and part of S 17, T 29, R 9.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

April 8, 2017 — Austin Thomas Baker, 26, and Tyanna Nicole Bisker, 21, both of Lake Saint Louis, Mo.

April 8, 2017 — Bryant Lee White, 26, and Kimberly Donella Hadley, 26, both of Cabool.

ASSOCIATE CIRCUIT COURT

The following drivers were issued a speeding ticket, entered a guilty plea and paid a fine plus court costs: Joel Erasmo Ambrioso, $45; Bobby Blair, $122; Jacob Higginbotham, $150; Jeffrey Lee Kearns, $129.50; Michael Cain Mitchell, $150; Dean Melvin Ragan Jr., $295; Shanon Layne Replogle, $129.50; Bonnie Sue Shackter, $129.50; Tanika Nicole Williams, $95.

The following drivers were issued a ticket for seat belt violations, entered a guilty plea and paid a $10 fine unless otherwise indicated: Gina M. Dodson; Thomas Whitney Murphy, $20; Jasper Dale Robbins, $20; Shyanne Sloan, Kristen Lee Vogel.

IN OTHER PROCEEDINGS — STATE VS.

The following drivers were issued tickets for width of vehicle exceeded 8½ feet, entered a guilty plea and paid a fine plus court costs: Rochelle Lynn Pierce, $204.50; George Francis Steffen, $204.50; Charles Allen Thompson, $204.50; Tankia Nicole Williams, $379.50.

Raymond Baker — Assault, second degree. Serve two years in Department of Corrections, consecutive, court costs and Crime Victims Compensation.

Douglas Alan Bonner — Passing bad check. The imposition of sentence suspended with one-year supervised probation, pay $731.39 to Texas County Prosecuting Attorney, seven days shock.

Dean Jay Capowski — Violation of education requirement for a child. The imposition of sentence suspended with one-year supervised probation, seven days shock.

Albert Clinton Croff — Passing bad check, less than $500. The imposition of sentence suspended with one-year supervised probation, $300 to Texas County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund, restitution of $138.91 to Texas County Prosecuting Attorney, financial management.

Amber Nicole Dicarro — Count one: Owner operated motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility, second or subsequent offense, $150 fine plus court costs. Count two: Failure to register motor vehicle, $50 fine plus court costs.

Gina M. Dodson — Count one: Driving while revoked/suspended, second or subsequent offense. Serve 48 hours in Texas County Jail. Count two: Failed to display plates on motor vehicle/trailer, $50 fine plus court costs.

Corey Fitzpatrick — Burglary, second degree. Probation revoked; serve five years in Missouri Department of Corrections.

Travis Haughton — Count one: Deliver/attempt to deliver/possess/deposit/conceal gun/knife/weapon/other at correctional facility, city/county jail or private prison/jail. Count two: Violence to an employee of department of corrections or to an inmate by an inmate. Count three: Armed criminal action. Serve 10 years in Missouri Department of Corrections, concurrent, court costs and Crime Victims Compensation.

Jacob Higginbotham — Operating vehicle on highway without a valid license, first offense: $300 fine plus court costs.

Verner Hill — Count one: Driving while revoked-suspended, second or subsequent offense. Count two: Driving while intoxicated, alcohol, prior offender. Serve six months in Texas County Jail with credit for time served, concurrent.

Crystal G. Holloway — Two counts: Animal trespass, $25 fine, each count plus court costs.

Joshua Wayne Holt — Delivery or possession of item at a county/private jail/correctional center which prisoner is prohibited from receiving. Serve 20 days in Texas County Jail with credit for time served.

John C. Novello III — Endanger correctional employee, visitor, another offender by attempt/knowing cause person to come in contact with bodily fluid(s). Serve two years in Missouri Department of Corrections, consecutive, court costs and Crime Victims Compensation.

Michael R. Peterson — Possession of controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana. Serve seven years in Missouri Department of Corrections, concurrent, court costs and Crime Victims Compensation.

Michael S. Skouby — Resisting arrest, detention, stop by fleeing, creating a substantial risk of serious injury/death to any person. Serve two years in Missouri Department of Corrections, concurrent, court costs and Crime Victims Compensation.

Shyanne Sloan — Owner operated motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility, first offense. Serve 48 hours in Texas County Jail.

Harry Stewart — Endanger correctional employee, visitor, another offender by attempting/knowingly cause person to come in contact bodily fluid(s). Serve two years in Missouri Department of Corrections, consecutive, court costs and Crime Victims Compensation.

Johnathan Taylor — Violence to an employee of department of corrections or to an inmate by an inmate. Serve five years in Missouri Department of Corrections, consecutive, court costs and Crime Victims Compensation.

Jerry Allen Tharp — Sex offender present/loiter within 500 feet of park with playground/pool, first offense. Serve four years in Missouri Department of Corrections, court costs and Crime Victims Compensation.

Joseph L. Treacy — Theft/stealing, less than $500. The imposition of sentence suspended with one-year supervised probation, restitution to Water Company, seven days shock.

Justin M. Wilcox — Three counts: burglary, second degree. Serve four years in Missouri Department of Corrections, the execution of sentence suspended with supervised probation.

Bobby Wayne Williams — Count one: Driving while intoxicated, alcohol, prior offender. Count two: Resisting/interfering with arrest, detention or stop. Count three: Theft/stealing, less than $500. Serve six months incarceration, concurrent.

Kenton Yarnell — Statutory rape, second degree. Serve six years in Missouri Department of Corrections, court costs and Crime Victims Compensation.

FINE COLLECTION CENTER

The following drivers were issued a speeding ticket, entered a guilty plea and paid a fine plus court costs: David Rhea Davis III, $55; Jeffrey Ray Dooley, $30.50; Amber Dawn Duff, $55.50; Amanda K. Edwards, $55.50; Joe Emmett Good, $20.50; Shirley Hill Gustafson, $55.50; Barbara J. Mainer, $55.50; Amber Lynn McMahon, $155.50; Robert Dewayne Pearson, $55.50; Wanda B. Shoults, $80.50.

The following drivers were issued a ticket for seat belt violations, entered a guilty plea and paid a $10 fine: Evan Dale Atkins, Aaron Michael Atkisson, Desert Deonna Atkisson, Joshua Lee Dixon, Omer Everett Edington III, Alejandro Michael Flores, Rita Faye Gold, Nancy Patricia Gonzalez, Amy Elizabeth Shearer, Gary Lynn Tune.

IN OTHER PROCEEDINGS — STATE VS.

Rita Faye Gold — Count one: Driver failed to secure child less than 16 years old in properly adjusted/fastened restraint; $10 fine. Count two: Driver failed to secure child less than 8 years old in child restraint or booster seat; $20.50 fine plus court costs.

Samuel S. Trevino — Pursue/take/kill/possess or dispose of wildlife: $24.50 fine plus $93.50 court costs.

Gary Lynn Tune — Failure to register motor vehicle: $30.50 fine plus court costs.

 

 

 

Texas County Sheriff’s Report April 20, 2017

March 30

A resident on Raven Drive, Cabool, reported property damage. It appeared a truck pulling a trailer had gotten stuck in his yard, gotten free, then dumped some mud slurry from a boring machine on the road.

March 31

The wellbeing of a Plato person was checked at the request of Pulaski County Mental Health.

A Summersville woman was arrested on Scenic Road on a Texas County warrant.

April 1

Corey Z. Smith, 19, Licking, was issued a citation for assault third degree for allegedly punching another inmate at Texas County Jail.

Texas County 911 requested a wellbeing check on Robertson Drive, Licking. Two brothers had been arguing over a necklace and one called 911. The children’s mother was contacted and stated she would educate her children about the proper use of 911.

April 2

A domestic disturbance was reported on Route N, Licking. Two persons were arrested and taken to jail for a 24-hour hold for drug paraphernalia. A probable cause statement was being sent to the prosecuting attorney’s office for a review.

April 3

A domestic disturbance was reported on Highway 38, Huggins. Both parties were advised of the 12-hour rule and the male subject left the residence.

April 4

A Houston man reported identity theft, saying someone had tried to file his taxes and it was not him. He was given an identity theft packet to send to the attorney general’s office.

A Solo man reported his guitar had been stolen. The instrument was valued at $9,000.00. Two suspects were identified. The investigation continues.

A possible motor vehicle theft report was received from Mtn. Grove Police Department. The report alleged a Mtn. Grove man had taken a truck belonging to a man on Route MM. The matter is under investigation.

A call was received about a foul odor on Oakhill Drive, Mtn. Grove. The area was searched but no dead animals were found or foul odor detected.

April 5

A deputy assisted with traffic control at an accident on Highway 63, Houston.

Deputies assisted Missouri State Highway Patrol in a pursuit toward Houston on Route B. The suspect was apprehended by MSHP on Route U.

A man on Route AW, Plato, reported seeing prowlers on his property and that several items were missing from an outbuilding.

Littering was reported on Old Yukon Road, Raymondville. A woman was advised she needed to pick up the trash or be cited for littering.

April 6

The wellbeing of a person on Mineral Drive, Houston, was checked.

Loud music was reported on Elk Creek Road, Elk Creek. The deputy did not hear any loud music at that location.

A domestic disturbance was reported on Route E, Houston. One person had left before the deputy arrived. The other person did not wish to sign a statement.

A civil dispute was reported on German Road, Houston. A woman said she was moving and some of her property was missing.

A man, who was reported to be suicidal, was taken into custody on Arthur Road, Houston, after coming out of a garage with a handgun. He was to be transported to a stress unit for a 96-hour hold.

Deputies were dispatched to a Horseshoe Drive, Houston, residence for a reported domestic disturbance. Neither party wished to fill out a statement. One person was transported to a hospital for a mental health evaluation.

Houston Police Department requested assistance in locating a male subject on Sugar Maple Drive, Houston. The person was wanted on a felony warrant out of Texas. He was not located.

A prisoner was transported to Ozarks Medical Center, West Plains.

A prisoner was transported from Wright County Jail, Hartville, to Texas County Jail.

Three prisoners were transported to a correctional facility in Fulton from Texas County Jail.

Two prisoners were transported to a correctional facility in Vandalia from Texas County Jail.

April 7

A bear was reported in the yard of a Fisher Drive, Houston, residence. The bear was not located.

An anonymous caller said there was an underage drinking party going on at Boiling Springs Campgrounds, Licking. The deputy found a spelunking convention was being held at the campgrounds with approximately 300 persons attending. No underage drinking or drug use was observed.

A Licking man reported his lawnmower trailer had been stolen while parked on property on Route Y, Willow Springs. The trailer was valued at $750.00.

The wellbeing of a person on Buffalo Road, Licking, was checked.

April 8

A resident on Pointer Road, Mtn. Grove, reported the windshield of the truck had been broken out. The damage was estimated at $300.00.

A deputy assisted Cabool Police Department with two warrant arrests on Shelton Road, Cabool.

Deputies were dispatched to a Big Creek Road, Yukon, address for a fire reportedly set by an occupant of the home. It was determined the fire was purposely set by the state fire marshal.

A prowler was reported on Country Aire Lane, Mtn. Grove. No one was found.

A deputy was dispatched to assist a Division of Family Services employee at a Route N, Licking, residence. No one was found at home at that address.

A woman called to say four vehicles and several persons were blocking Route BB, Licking. It was discovered that parents were picking up their children there. All the children left with their parents.

A deputy was dispatched to assist an ambulance crew on a call on Buffalo Road, Licking.

A domestic disturbance was reported on Route N. Licking. The parties had left the scene before the deputy arrived.

A deputy assisted an ambulance crew on a call on Reed Road, Licking. One person was transported by ambulance to the hospital in Houston.

A prisoner was transported from Douglas County Jail, Ava, to Texas County Jail.

April 9

Houston Police Department requested assistance with a trespassing call on Roberson Road, Houston.

Trespassing was reported on Highway 38, Houston. There was no one there when the deputy arrived.

A resident on Mt. Pisgah Road, Cabool, reported her neighbors were trespassing on her property. The neighbors were advised to stay off the property.

A man on Fisher Drive, Houston, reported a vehicle had hit a propane tank in the yard. One person was asked to leave the property. The property owner did not wish to seek any charges.

Deputies were dispatched to assist Missouri State Highway Patrol with a rolling domestic dispute on Route E, Houston.

April 10

An alarm call was received on Elm Street, Roby. The call was cancelled before the deputy arrived.

A deputy assisted Licking Police Department on a domestic disturbance call on Main Street, Licking. The persons involved were advised of the 12-hour rule.

A deputy assisted a Division of Family Services employee with a case involving alleged drug paraphernalia and unfit living conditions for children on Main Street, Licking. No contact was made with the adults; two children were spoken with. No further action was taken at that time.

A prisoner was transported from Mtn. Grove Police Department to Texas County Jail.

The wellbeing of a person on Bado Road, Cabool, was checked.

A woman on Dugan Drive, Hartshorn, reported someone had cut her fence, put together her deer stand, and placed it in a tree. She suspected poaching. No one was found.

A report was received about an out-of-control person on Dalton Drive, Licking. The call was cancelled before the deputy arrived.

A dog was reported loose at Raymondville School on Highway B. The animal’s owner was located and said she would retrieve the dog. She was advised to keep the animal in her yard.

A report was received of two males fighting on Highway 63 at Dixon Road, Licking. No one was located.

April 11

A deputy was dispatched to a Business 60, Mtn. Grove, business for a report of a camper trailer stolen while parked on the business lot. The camper and contents were valued at over $20,000.00. A suspect has been identified and an investigation is underway.

A person reported someone had cut locks off storage units on Highway 17, Roby. The owner of the units said he had cut off the locks.

A possible suicidal subject was reported on Boone Creek Road, Licking. The subject denied wanting to harm himself and was checked by medical responders.

As a deputy was patrolling Highway 17 and Route ZZ, Bucyrus, a cow was observed in the roadway. A worker for the owner assisted in getting the cow back behind the fence.

A peace disturbance was reported on Route N, Licking. Persons at that location were advised to keep it quiet.

A residential alarm call was checked out on Route W, Summersville. The alarm had been tripped accidentally by a family member.

A Licking man was arrested on Robertson Drive, Licking, on a Christian County warrant.

Trespassing was reported at the Plato Post Office on Highway 32. A woman there was advised not to return to the property.

April 12

An attempt was made to locate a possible domestic disturbance reported on Oakdale Road, Houston. The address given to 911 was vacant, and dispatch was unable to reach the person who made the call.

Marissa N. Hicks, 22, Cabool, was issued a citation for animal abuse/neglect, failure to maintain an animal after a resident report a dog running loose. A copy of the report will be forwarded to the prosecuting attorney’s office.

A domestic disturbance was reported on Kelly Road, Raymondville. A report was being forwarded to the prosecuting attorney’s office for a review.

A Willow Springs man reported he had been assaulted by another Willow Springs man on Varvel Road, Cabool, the previous day. A report was being sent the prosecuting attorney’s office for a review.

A prisoner was transported from Hollister Police Department to Texas County Jail.

A prisoner was transported from Taney County Jail, Forsyth, to Texas County Jail.

Four prisoners were transported to a correctional facility in Fulton from Texas County Jail.

The wellbeing of a person on Highway 32, Licking, was checked.

April 13

A man reported someone was standing at Dogs Bluff Access, Houston, shining a flashlight into traffic. Persons at the scene were given a verbal warning for trespassing.

Bobbie M. Hebblethwaite, 35, Raymondville, was issued a citation for domestic assault third degree following a call to Kelly Road, Raymondville. A report was being sent to the prosecuting attorney’s office for a review.

A prisoner was transported to a correctional facility in Vandalia from Texas County Jail.

A prisoner was transported to correctional facility in Fulton from Texas County Jail.

A deputy was dispatched to Timberline Road, Willow Springs, to notify residents that a family member had been involved in an accident.

An attempt was made to locate a person wanted on a warrant on Redbud Street, Houston.

April 17

A suspicious vehicle was reported on Colburn Road, Cabool. The vehicle was found parked in a resident’s driveway.

Highway Patrol Accident Report

An accident occurred at 11:25 a.m. April 7 on Evening Shade Road, one mile east of Evening Shade. A 1982 Chevrolet Silverado, driven by Warren K. Warden, 27, of Plato skidded in the roadway and struck a 1998 Chevrolet Silverado, driven by Laura E. Hall, 75, of Plato. A passenger in Warden’s vehicle, 22-year-old Larissa M. Easter, 22, of Plato, had minor injuries and was taken by ambulance to Mercy Hospital in Lebanon. The only person wearing a safety belt was Warden.

An accident occurred at 8:50 a.m. April 10 at the intersection of Route AF and N, six miles west of Licking. A 2006 Dodge Ram, driven by Delbert W. Buckner, 63, of Licking, turned into the path of a 2005 Dodge Stratus causing a collision. Teresa D. Motley, 64, of Licking was driving the Dodge Stratus. Injury information for this accident is unavailable. The Dodge Stratus was totaled while the Dodge Ram had only minor damage.

 

Sheriff’s Report for April 13

March 18

As a deputy was patrolling Highway 17, Houston, he found a spoon that field-tested positive for methamphetamine. The spoon was disposed of by the sheriff’s department.

A Licking man reported money was missing out of his bank account. He identified suspects in the case, but did not follow up with a statement.

March 19

The theft of saddles, tools, game consoles and other items, valued at a total of $6,595.00, was reported on Route AW, Plato.

A Summersville man reported he had let an employee use his truck and the employee refused to return it. The employee was contacted and said the owner could come and retrieve the truck.

Trespassing was reported on Brushy Creek Road, Raymondville. No one was found. The complainant did not wish to leave a name or number.

A break-in was reported on Route BB, Licking. The lock on a sliding door was broken. Nothing was missing from the residence.

An alarm call was received at a residence on Shady Grove Road, Cabool, but was cancelled before the deputy arrived.

A deputy was asked to assist Missouri State Highway Patrol with a hit-and-run accident at the junction of Route AM and Pleasant Hill Road, Mtn. Grove. It was determined that the collision was purposeful and not an accident and an investigation was begun. One person was brought in for questioning. Information was being sent to the prosecuting attorney’s office for a review.

March 20

An Elk Creek man reported a neighbor had been using an old logging road on his property to get to the neighbor’s residence. The deputy observed that the neighbor was accessing the logging road by driving in the state’s right-of-way, making ruts in the ditch. The deputy advised the neighbor that he needed to contact Missouri Department of Transportation to have a culvert installed or he could be cited for property damage.

A resident alarm was received on Route H, Cabool. The residence was found to be secure. No one was at home.

An attempted break-in was reported on Oak Hill Road, Houston, where the caller believed someone had tried to kick in the front doors of a church.

A Hartshorn man reported a kidnapping, saying his juvenile son had left in a vehicle with the juvenile’s stepbrother. The stepbrother was contacted and advised that the father did not want his son to go live with the stepbrother. The son was returned to the man, who said he did not wish to pursue charges.

March 21

A man called to report a dead body hanging from a tree in the Licking area. Deputies and troopers with Missouri State Highway Patrol were unable to locate anyone in a tree. Information was being sent to the prosecuting attorney’s office for the filing of charges related to misusing 911 and making a false report.

The wellbeing of a person on Highway 17, Houston, was checked.

A Plato man reported a missing license plate. He said he believed the plate fell off his vehicle.

March 22

A warrant arrest was made on Forrest Drive, Houston. The subject was taken to Texas County Jail.

A Licking man reported he had sold a vehicle to a person and when he went to cash the check for the purchase, the account had been closed. He said he had taken the check to the prosecuting attorney’s office and that he wanted to pursue charges of stealing. A report and probable cause statement were being sent to the prosecuting attorney’s office.

March 27

A man reported a woman had assaulted him at a Forrest Drive, Houston, residence. Both parties gave voluntary statements. The 12-hour rule was placed into effect.

A Houston man said he had given a landowner an easement through his property on Morton Road and that the landowner then put up a gate. The man said he does not want the gate on his property and wanted it removed. He was advised he could remove the gate if he owns the property, but could not destroy the gate or keep it.

March 28

The theft of a chop saw and cash was reported at a Highway 63, Cabool, business. The loss from the break-in was estimated at $1,838.00. The chop saw was recovered as a deputy was working another case, and a report was to be sent to the prosecuting attorney’s office seeking charges.

A child called the sheriff’s office, saying his grandmother was attacking him. Upon arrival at the Camden Lane, Bucyrus, residence, a deputy observed that the woman was in need of medical attention and an ambulance was called. The Division of Family Services was called and the children at the residence were removed until a parent could arrive from out of state to get them.

A Plato woman on Turley Road reported her vehicle had been broken into and her wallet containing cash, a bank card and her license had been taken. The loss was estimated at $350.00.

A residential break-in was reported on Highway 63, Houston. Medication was reported missing from the home. Two suspects were identified and arrested, held on a 24-hold. Information was being sent to the prosecuting attorney’s office seeking charges in the case.

A search warrant was executed on Steffens Street, Houston. Approximately three pounds of marijuana, 42 Tramadol pills, five morphine pills, three hydrocodone pills, a baggie of a crystal-like substance, and items used for the packaging and distribution of narcotics were found. Two suspects residing at the residence were arrested and taken to jail. Two small children were paced into the custody of the state’s Children’s Division.

A domestic disturbance was reported on Camden Lane, Houston. Both parties came to an agreement over an argument they were having. The 12-hour rule was placed into effect.

March 29

Trash dumping was reported on Jacks Ford Road, Mtn. View. It was determined the items had been stolen from the residence of a Howell County man who passed away about a year ago.

While searching on Indian Creek Road, Houston, for a Summersville woman who was a wanted fugitive, the woman’s vehicle was found. The plates had been tampered with and were seized to be destroyed.

March 30

Angela M. Howell, 34, Salem, was issued a citation for failure to maintain financial responsibility, no proof of insurance, following a stop made on Highway 17, Roby.

A wellbeing check was conducted on Curran Road, Willow Springs.

A domestic disturbance was reported on Morton Road, Houston. A man was taken into custody and held on a 12-hour hold for domestic violence.

A deputy assisted a Division of Family Services investigator on a call on King Road, Mtn. Grove.

A man on Boone Creek Road, Licking, reported someone had set up a tent on his property and was living there without his permission.  The person who had set up the tent was gone when the deputy arrived.

A prisoner was transported to a Pulaski County court appearance in Waynesville and returned to Texas County Jail.

A prisoner was transported from Butler County to Texas County Jail.

March 31

A prisoner was transported from Cabool Police Department to Texas County Jail.

A prisoner was transported from Howell County Jail, West Plains, to Texas County Jail.

April 1

A woman on Highway 137, Willow Springs, reported her two children and a friend had been shooting guns behind her house and that a neighbor had fired a pistol at them. The neighbor was contacted and said she had fired a shot into the ground because a bullet hit her window. She showed the deputy where she shot into the ground. The neighbor said she did not wish to pursue charges.

A deputy assisted Houston Police Department in trying to locate a man who was a suspect in the assault on a Houston woman. The man was located and arrested on an outstanding warrant.

A Houston man said a woman who threw rocks at his vehicle and struck him with a baseball bat. He was asked to fill out a statement form, but did not do so.

A deputy assisted a Division of Family Services investigator on a call on Highway 137, Yukon.

Barbara G. Nehus, 69, Raymondville, was cited for failure to register a motor vehicle and failure to maintain financial responsibility, no proof of insurance, following a traffic stop on Route B, Raymondville.

A Honda generator was reported missing following a break-in on Macedonia Road, Cabool.

April 2

A truck was reported to be blocking the gate of property on Dade Lane, Cabool. The vehicle was towed at the owner’s expense.

A resident on Friendship Drive, Raymondville, brought in a threatening letter he had received in the mail from a Salem, Arkansas, address. The matter is under investigation.

A deputy assisted with traffic control near the scene of a structure fire on Highway 137, Raymondville.

A domestic dispute was reported on Piney Drive, Houston. Information was being sent to the prosecuting attorney’s office for a review.

A prowler report was checked out on Highway 137, Tyrone. No one was found.

A Raymondville man reported the theft of a riding lawnmower and a disc grinder from his shop on Fisher Drive. The shop also sustained damage to a door. The loss was estimated at $470.00.

A woman on Route U, Cabool, reported her mailbox had been knocked down by a road grader. Upon speaking with the grader operator, the deputy determined the mailbox had been knocked down before the road was being graded.

A deputy was dispatched to Birchen Road, Hartshorn, on a domestic disturbance call. The deputy was unable to locate the parties involved.

April 3

A peace disturbance was reported at a bar on Highway 60, Mtn. Grove. An intoxicated person was taken to Texas County Jail for a 12-hour safe keeping hold.

A domestic disturbance was reported on Highway 17, Bucyrus, Neither party wished to pursue charges. The 12-hour rule was placed into effect.

A report of trespassing was received on Freely Give Road, Cabool. It was determined to be a civil matter between a property owner and a tenant.

A business alarm was checked out on Highway 63, Cabool. It was found that a child had been playing with the entry keypad.

A prisoner was transported to a correctional facility in Fulton.

April 4

A report was received that there was a length of chain in the road at Highway 17 and Evergreen Road, Bucyrus. Nothing was found.

A report of trespassing and a gunshot was received on Vollmer Drive, Raymondville. A woman noticed a vehicle at neighbor’s property and then heard a gunshot. She said she was struck in the face with a shot pellet. It was determined a man had been fishing on the property and had fired a 20-gauge shotgun at a bird. The woman did not wish to pursue charges, and the man was told to leave the property.

Investigation was begun into the possible assault of a juvenile by an adult on Plato Drive, Plato. The adult allegedly grabbed the arm of the juvenile.

A resident on Colburn Road, Cabool, reported the theft of a package from his mailbox. The package contained a rifle barrel valued at $212.00.

A prisoner was transported from Douglas County Jail, Ava, to Texas County Jail.

A prisoner was transported from Pulaski County Jail, Waynesville, to Texas County Jail.

A prisoner was transported from the correctional facility at Licking to Texas County Jail.

A citation for animal trespass/failure to maintain adequate control of animals was issued to Ashley R. Collins, 28, Cabool, after a neighbor on Simmons Drive, Cabool, reported her dogs had come to his property, acting aggressively.

April 5

Two persons were arrested for domestic assault in the third degree following a call on Shafer Road, Licking.

A business owner on Business 60, Mtn. Grove, reported a two-vehicle accident had occurred on his property. The deputy spoke with both parties involved. The two exchanged insurance information.

A report was received of an open door at a residence on Route N, Licking. Nothing was found to be out of place at the residence.

TCMH Hospital Reports

Admissions

April 3: Isabella Sherwood, Mountain Grove.                           

April 4: Heather Lacy, Houston; Gene Moore, Summersville; William Wrage, Raymondville.

April 5: Dessie Beasley, Licking; Kristina Leahy, Licking.

April 6: Leda Blair, Elk Creek, Nancy Machacek, Houston; Renda Stout, Houston.

April 7: Norma Rowen, Raymondville.

April 8: No Admissions

April 9: No Admissions

 

Discharges

April 3: No Discharges

April 4: Isabella Sherwood, Mountain Grove.

April 5: No Discharges

April 6: Heather Lacy, Summersville.

April 7: Leda Blair, Elk Creek; Nancy Machacek, Houston; Gene Moore, Summersville.

April 8: Kristina Leahy, Licking; Norma Rowen, Raymondville; William Wrage, Raymondville.

April 9: No Discharges

 

 

Texas County Courthouse Report

LAND TRANSFERS

March 2017 — Rodney L. Sullins, re Paula J. Sullins, deceased, and re Maude B. Dunlap to Sugar Maple Estates Inc., part of lot 1, Colliers’s Second Addition, town of Licking.

March 2017 — Rodney L. Sullins, re Paula J. Sullins, deceased, and re Maude B. Dunlap to Barbara Clayton, part of lot 1, Colliers’s Second Addition, town of Licking with exception and part of lot 5, Collier’s First Addition, town of Licking with exception.

March 2017 — Elmer C. Fike and Ina D. Fike to Kevin Conner and Didi Conner, part of S 29, T 28, R 8.

March 2017 — Marsha Martin to Charles Smith, part of S 6, T 29, R 7.

March 2017 — Richard A. Holt and Patsy P. Page to Federal National Mortgage Association, part of S 6, T 28, R 10.

March 2017 — NationStar Mortgage, LLC, DBA Champion Mortgage Company, Richard A Holt and Patsy P. Page to Federal National Mortgage Association, part of S 6, T 28, R 10.

March 2017 — Gerald D. Wallace and Dora M. Wallace to J. D. Wallace, Bradley Wallace, John Wallace and Jayson Wallace, beneficiaries, part of S 5, T 31, R 8.  Not effective to transfer title until death of owners.

March 2017 — Ervin D. Garner and Laura A. Garner to Todd W. Bennett and Lichun Ji Bennett, lots 20, 23, 24 and 25 and part of lot 22 all located in part of S 6, T 28, R 11.

March 2017 — Henry J. Jones to Daniel A. Jones, beneficiary, part of S 16, T 33, R 8. Not effective to transfer title until death of owner.

March 2017 — Donald C. Morgan and Brenda G. Morgan to Feather Curtis and Fawn Morgan, beneficiaries, part of S 11, T 31, R 10. Not effective to transfer title until death of owners.

March 2017 — Vernon Lee Cole and Amy Rose Cole, co-trustees under a Declaration of Revocable Living Trust, to Gary R. Dzurick and Cindy L. Dzurick, part of S 28, T 31, R 9.

March 2017 — Gary R. Dzurick and Cindy L. Dzurick to Jonathan Dzurick, beneficiary, part of S 28, T 31, R 9.  Not effective to transfer title until death of owners.

March 2017 — Martha Shriver and re Darrell Shriver, deceased, to Jonathan R. Burchett and Liberty D. Burchett, part of S 8, T 29, R 8.

March 2017 — Juanda Colita Patterson, a/k/a Juanda Patterson, to Gary W. Ball, part of S 33, T 31, R 8.

March 2017 — Gary W. Ball to Marilyn J. Sewell, beneficiary, part of S 33, T 31, R 8. Not effective to transfer title until death of owner.

March 2017 — Noah Girod and Katie Girod to Jacob A. Schwartz, part of S 14, T 33, R 9.

March 2017 — Bill F. Ray to Terry Dawson, beneficiary, part of lot 17, Ozark Manor Estates. Not effective to transfer title until death of owner.

March 2017 — Paul J. Klass, Norma P. Klass, Randall Klass, Gwen Klass, Gary Klass and Kristina Klass to Hartis K. Collins, trustee under a Declaration of Revocable Living Trust, lots 3 and 4, both located in block 5, Lillyview Addition, City of Houston.

March 2017 — Mindy Bell to Jeff Stigall and Michelle Stigall, part of S 12, T 28, R 11.

March 2017 — James Keith Patterson and Tammie R. Patterson to Homestead Crossing Inc., part of S 22, T 28, R 11.

March 2017 — James Larry Hale to Luther F. Rhodes II and Shannon Ranee Rhodes, lot 44, Oak Ridge Country Estates, Mountain Grove.

March 2017 — James Larry Hale to Luther F. Rhodes II and Shannon Ranee Rhodes, lots 42 and 43, Oak Ridge Country Estates, Mountain Grove.

March 2017 — Ethan Hafner and Stephanie Hafner to Daniel Marsillo, part of S 19, T 29, R 10.

March 2017 — Susan H. Moyer to Joseph Illig and Joyce Illig, part of S 2, T 30, R 9.

March 2017 — Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Joshua Kozloski, part of S 15, T 33, R 11.

March 2017 — James Iott and James W. Iott to James Tate and Lisa Tate, part of S 27, T 28, R 11.

March 2017 — Frankie L. Malchert and Debbie Malchert, f/k/a Debbie Roberson, to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., part of S 32, T 29, R 10.

March 2017 — Freddie L. Adey, trustee of the Freddie L. Adey Estate Trust under Agreement, and Patricia L. Adey, trustee of the Patricia L. Adey Trust under Agreement, to Freddie L. Adey and Patricia L. Adey, part of S 16, 17, 20 and 21, all located in T 31, R 9.

March 2017 — J&W Rentals Inc., Wesley Campbell and Jessica Campbell, f/k/a Jessica Hayes, to Brandon Morrow and Brittany Morrow, part of S 7, T 30, R 9.

March 2017 — Sheilah Kay Vise-Juneau and Gordon A. Juneau to Richard J. D. Hawkins, part of S 26, T 32, R 10.

March 2017 — Sheilah Kay Vise-Juneau and Gordon A. Juneau to Richard J. D. Hawkins, part of S 18, T 33, R 8.

March 2017 — Yolanda M. Sanchez to Sarah N. Kellems, Marianna Elizabeth Sanchez, Selena Marie Sanchez, Oscar Enrique Sanchez and Martha C. Sanchez, beneficiaries, as joint tenants, part of S 1, T 31, R 9. Not effective to transfer title until death of owner.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

March 31, 2017 — Josef Girard Newsom, 35, and Dione Lee Cooper, 39, both of Licking.

ASSOCIATE CIRCUIT COURT

The following drivers were issued a speeding ticket, entered a guilty plea and paid a fine plus court costs: Christina Rose Bastura, $95; Crystal Lynn Mayer, $295; Tiffany Lavell McDaniel, $95; Shanika Lasha McGuire, $95; David Undray Mitchell, $95; Vern Earl Piker, $12.50; Ryan M. Simpkins, $94.50; Brian Vantassel, $200.

The following drivers were issued a ticket for seat belt violations, entered a guilty plea and paid a $10 fine: Jaylan Lee Gott, Jared Tyler Sheppard.

IN OTHER PROCEEDINGS — STATE VS.

The following drivers were issued tickets for width of vehicle exceeded 8½ feet, entered a guilty plea and paid a fine plus court costs: John Leon Austin, $179.50; Kali Ann Craigmyle, $179.50; Johnathon Cody Prine, $179.50.

The following drivers were issued tickets for owner-operated motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility or operator who authorized another to operate motor vehicle without financial responsibility.  Each entered a guilty plea and paid a fine plus court costs: Terra R. Brown, $300; Michael F. Martin, $150; Hailey Dawn Rutz, $100; Edith A. Wen, $150.

The following drivers were issued tickets for operated motor vehicle with vision reducing material applied to windshield/excess vision reducing material applied to side window.  Each entered a guilty plea and paid a fine plus court costs: Teresa Gay Heavin, $45; Jamie Wampler, $50.

Anthony Dean Clouse — Operated a motor vehicle in a careless and imprudent manner: $300 fine plus court costs.

Benjamin Coleman — Domestic assault, third degree, first or second offense. Serve 80 days in Texas County Jail.

Christopher Lee Dann — Three counts: Tampering with airplane, motorboat, motor vehicle. Serve seven years, the execution of sentence suspended with five years supervised probation.

Dawn P. Elston — Identity theft or attempt, less than $500, first offense. The imposition of sentence suspended with two years supervised probation, seven days shock, restitution to Texas County Prosecuting Attorney of $206.90, financial management, no use of another person’s ID.

Grant S. Hostetler — Speeding violation: Serve 48 hours shock.

Scott B. Hoylman — Driving while intoxicated, alcohol, persistent offender. Serve four years incarceration in Department of Corrections, the execution of sentence suspended with supervised probation.

Gary S. Kelly — Passing bad check, less than $500. Serve 30 days in Texas County Jail with credit for time served.

Michael F. Martin — Count one: Operating vehicle on highway without a valid license, first offense, $300 fine.   Count two: Failure to register a motor vehicle, $50 fine.  Count three: Failure to transfer plates of vehicle within 30 days, $50 fine.

Sonya Metheney — Passing bad check, less than $500. The imposition of sentence suspended with one-year supervised probation, seven days shock, restitution to Texas County Prosecuting Attorney of $90.36 at $30 per month, financial management.

Steven R. Parker — Count one: Theft/stealing, less than $500. Count two: Driving while revoked/suspended, second or subsequent offense. Serve 30 days in Texas County Jail with credit for time served, concurrent.

Meileeta Rawlings — Leaving scene of a motor vehicle accident: $300 fine plus court costs.

Micah N. Robertson — Minor visibly intoxicated, blood alcohol content more than .02 percent, first offense. The imposition of sentence suspended with one-year supervised probation, 20 hours community service, $300 to Texas County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund, Victim Impact Panel.

Brian Steven Settles — Failure to drive on right half of roadway when roadway was of sufficient width, resulting in an accident: $350 fine plus court costs.

Corey O. Smith — Operating vehicle on highway without a valid license, first offense: $300 fine plus court costs.

Edith A. Wen — Count one: Driving while revoked, suspended, first offense, $300 fine. Count two: Failed to display plates on motor vehicle/trailer, $50 fine.

Tabbatha Sue Wofford — Driving while intoxicated, alcohol. The imposition of sentence suspended with two years supervised probation, seven days shock, SATOP, $300 to Texas County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund.

FINE COLLECTION CENTER

The following drivers were issued a speeding ticket, entered a guilty plea and paid a fine plus court costs: Ali Hadi Jassim Al Shemari, $80.50; James Garrett Ashley, $30.50; Mary Beth Casper, $155.50; Marcus Alexander Center, $80.50; Richard Lanis Copeland, $55.50; Ronald Dean Dickens, $20.50; Jacob James Herbst, $55.50; Cassie Deann May, $55.50; Lisa Dawn McBryar, $80.50; Kay Ellen Nichols, $155.50; Braydon C. Robbins, $20.50; Daron Darnell Robinson II, $20.50; David A. Schilling, $30.50; Nathaniel Cade Schilling, $55.50; Randall Wayne Skaggs, $20.50; Charles Joshua Smith, $80.50; Casey Lynn Snell, $20.50; Davyion M. Welper, $55.50; Jerome Howard Williams, $80.50.

The following drivers were issued a ticket for seat belt violations, entered a guilty plea and paid a $10 fine: Austin Lee Cook, Joshua Lee Hansel, Cassie Deann May, Jonathan Forrest Taylor, Lucas Alan Walker, Benjamin John Zigmantas.

IN OTHER PROCEEDINGS — STATE VS.

Troy Daniel Starks — Operated motor carrier vehicle with unsafe/improper frame/suspension/axle/wheel/rim and or steering system: $130.50 fine plus court costs.

Lucas Alan Walker — Failed to stop for stop sign at sign line/before crosswalk/point nearest intersection: $30.50 fine plus court costs.

Tony Michael West — Failure to register motor vehicle: $30.50 fine plus court costs.

Texas County Courthouse – April 6, 2017

LAND TRANSFERS

March 2017 — James L. Rumsey and Jill R. Rumsey to Jared Sheppard and Madelyn Sheppard, part of S 27, T 30, R 11.

March 2017 — Herbert R. Cook and re Mable Cook, deceased, to Todd Rasmussen, lots 7-9, all located in block 2, Hamilton’s Second Addition, Licking.

March 2017 — Pamela Sue Hale to Licking R-VIII School District, part of lots 1 and 2, both located in block 1, R. L. Hayes Addition, Licking.

March 2017 — Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Lawrence Chatman and Megan Chatman, part of S 6, T 32, R 11.

March 2017 — Arthur C. Williamson Jr. and Bryce C. Williamson to Abigail Elizabeth Williamson, Susan Kim Cochran and James Mark Cochran, beneficiaries, part of S 26, T 30, R 9. Not effective to transfer title until death of owners.

March 2017 — Eugene E. Missel and Martha L. Missel to Eugene E. Missel and Martha L. Missel, trustees of the Missel Family Revocable Living Trust, part of S 2, T 29, R 10.

March 2017 — Billy Joe Roberts and Carol S. Roberts to Sharon Ann Roberts, beneficiary, part of S 32, T 11, R 9. Not effective to transfer title until death of owners.

March 2017 — William L. Meenan to Dean Capowski and Brandon Luc Capowski, part of S 21, T 33, R 11.

March 2017 — Anthony Wayne Ramsey II and Robin Rice to Michael Burnett, part of lot 4, Collier’s Second Addition, Licking.

March 2017 — Ronald Wade and Connie Wade to John R. Gray and Sheila D. Gray, part of S 20, T 33, R 11.

March 2017 — Michael Klotz, a/k/a Mike Klotz, to Roy A. Ogden and Michelle C. Ogden, part of S 7, T 32, R 8.

March 2017 — Doris Cooper, trustee under a revocable living trust agreement, to Tanner Beasley, part of S 21, T 29, R 7.

March 2017 — Jerry L. Smith and Deborah L. Smith to Jerry L. Smith, Deborah L. Smith and Bradley D. Smith, part of S 22, T 29, R 10.

March 2017 — Charlotte E. Lands and Dennis W. Lands to Kristen Hoffman and Clinten Lands, beneficiaries, part of S 24, T 29, R 11. Not effective to transfer title until death of owner.

March 2017 — Jake E. M. Schwartz and Emma C. R. Schwartz to Emma C. R. Schwartz and Chris Q. Schwartz, part of S 17, T 33, R 9.

March 2017 — Loretta Foster to Michael A. Kitchens, part of S 17, T 28, R 9.

March 2017 — Royce Butkke, f/k/a Robert Royce Buttke, to Royce Butkke, part of lots 1 and 2, both located in block 2, Second Fair View Addition, City of Houston.

March 2017 — Jacqueline Wawrzyniec and re Walter Wawrzyniec, deceased, to Heather Curry, beneficiary, part of S 2, T 28 RT 11. Not effective to transfer title until death of owner.

March 2017 — Scott Miller, Melissa Miller, Kyle Miller, Janean Miller, re C. L. Miller, deceased, and re Martha Miller, a/k/a Martha Ann Miller, to Mike Huffman, part of S 28, T 31, R 9.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

March 22, 2017 —Dennis James Lewis, 32, of Licking and Mary Theresa Glotfelty, 42, of Houston.

March 22, 2017 — Harry Thomas McClements Jr., 43, and Denise Elaine Weinberger, 46, both of Houston.

March 22, 2017 — John K. Miller 19, of Greentop, Mo. and Maryann C. L. Schwartz, 21, of Licking.

ASSOCIATE CIRCUIT COURT

The following driver was issued a ticket for seat belt violations, entered a guilty plea and paid a $10 fine: Darin John Archuleta.

IN OTHER PROCEEDINGS — STATE VS.

Ryan Lynn Booker — Count one: Possession of controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana. Count two: Robbery, second degree.  Count three: Discharge/shoot firearm at or from motor   vehicle/shoot at person, motor vehicle or building/habitable structure, prior offender. Count four: Assault/attempted assault, law enforcement, corrections officer, emergency personnel, highway worker, utility worker or probation or parole officer, other than deadly weapon or dangerous instrument/physical injury, second degree. Serve 15 years in Missouri Department of Corrections, concurrent, with credit for time served, court costs.

Brandon S. Breeden — Domestic assault, third degree, first or second offense.  Serve 30 days in Missouri Department of Corrections, concurrent, with credit for time served.

Stephen Buskey II — Failed to properly affix/fasten to or maintain motor vehicle/trailer plates: $22.50 fine plus court costs.

Michael A. Coats — Non-support. The imposition of sentence suspended with two years supervised probation, pay child support as ordered, $50 per month toward arrears, court costs.

Anthony P. Dickman — Receiving stolen property.  Serve four years in Missouri Department of Corrections, the execution of sentence suspended with five years supervised probation, 30 days shock with credit for time served, board bill, restitution, $300 to Texas County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund, seven days shock, financial management class, court costs.

Joseph C. Dietrich — Possession of controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana. Serve two years in Missouri Department of Corrections, court costs.

James D. Gallamore — Width of vehicle exceeded 8½ feet, $379.50 fine plus court costs.

Mark Douglas Griffith — Driving while revoked/suspended. Serve three years in Missouri Department of Corrections.

Kevin L. Hackworth — Possession of controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana. The imposition of sentence suspended with five years supervised probation.

Jodi Hardwick — Theft/stealing less than $500.  The imposition of sentence suspended with two years supervised probation, 48 hours shock with credit for time served, board bill, $300 to Texas County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund, financial management, seven days shock, court costs.

Alexander Lange — Stealing leased or rented property.  Serve 90 days in Texas County Jail, concurrent, with credit for time served, court costs.

Devin Wiekhorst — Elder abuse, third degree. Serve 60 days in Texas County Jail, the execution of sentence suspended with two years supervised probation, $300 to Texas County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund, surrender nursing license, seven days shock, court costs.

FINE COLLECTION CENTER

The following drivers were issued a speeding ticket, entered a guilty plea and paid a fine plus court costs: Sable Aylen Bell, $20.50; Patricia A. Benoist, $20.50; Donna Lee Cade, $20.50; Dennis W. Caraway, $20.50; Anthony Francis Caruso, $80.50; Cheyenne Ranae Clark, $20.50; Nicholas James Gredell, $30.50; Donald K. Horne II, $20.50; Daquan Jesse Jones, $30.50; Chloe June Mesey, $55.50; Cierra Marie Robinson, $55.50; Logan David Schmitz, $80.50; Betty Louise Sternaman, $20.50; Caleb E. Turnbough, $55.50; Benjamin Paul Wells, $55.50; Roger Neil Willhite, $80.50; Brittany Michelle Williams, $55.50; Michael Richard Zimmerman, $20.50.

The following drivers were issued a ticket for seat belt violations, entered a guilty plea and paid a $10 fine: Drew Christopher Boyle, Charles Dalton Jones, Brian William Keaton, Lavonda Lucille Kinnaird, Norman Lynn Kinnaird, Alexandria Nickole Lambe, Samuel Dwight Simmons Jr., Vicki Lynn Spencer, Cheyenne Lea Stoner, Robert Wayne Vaughan, Alfred Winston White.

IN OTHER PROCEEDINGS — STATE VS.

Albert L. Bonfanti — Passed vehicle on right and traveled off main portion of road: $80.50 fine plus court costs.

Daniel G. Meeks — Driver failed to secure child less than 16 years old in properly adjusted/fastened restraint: $10 fine.

 

 

 

 

Texas County Sheriff’s Report April 6, 2017

February 24

A Licking woman called to report her mother’s television had been stolen. The man who took the TV is married to her mother. She was told no crime had been committed.

February 26

A deputy assisted a Division of Family Services employee in investigating a complaint on Morton Road, Houston. The complaint was determined to be unfounded.

A deputy was dispatched to assist an ambulance crew on a call on Bucyrus Drive, Bucyrus.

February 27

A residential alarm was checked out on Route H, Elk Creek. The residence was found to be secure.

March 2

A fight was reported between two Plato High School students on school grounds. Reports were being forwarded to the prosecuting attorney’s office and the juvenile office for review.

March 8

A prisoner was transported from St. Louis County Jail, Clayton, to Texas County Jail.

March 9

A man on Route M, Success, reported his truck had been shot at and damaged. A suspect was identified and the investigation is continuing.

A prisoner was transported from Cabool Police Department to Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains for a 96-hour hold.

Mtn. Grove Police Department requested an agency assist with a report of a child taken by a parent at gunpoint. The call was cancelled while the deputy was en route.

A residential alarm was checked out on Highway H, Cabool. The residence was secure. The cause of the alarm is believed to be weather related as a large amount of hail was found in the yard.

March 10

A burglary was reported at storage units on Highway 60, Cabool. Seven units had damage, some missing locks and others having the latches cut. Items valued at $450.00 had been taken from one unit. Another unit was missing costume jewelry. Evidence was collected at the scene.

A man on Gladden Road, Success, reported his mailbox had been shot.

A trespasser was reported on Hartville Road, Licking. No one was found.

A suspicious person was reported on Route N, Licking. The area was canvassed and no matching subject was located. During the canvass, another subject was arrested for a separate incident observed by the deputies.

A deputy was asked to search for a vehicle that was driving carelessly and imprudently on Highway 63 between Houston and Cabool. No vehicle was located.

A deputy was dispatched to assist an ambulance crew on Shafer Road, Licking.

An attempt was made to check the wellbeing of a person on Burton Branch Road, Success.

Property damage was reported at a radio station tower building on Highway 60, Cabool.

A Licking man requested a relative be removed from his property on Deer Run Drive, Licking. He was advised that he would have to seek a court order.

March 11

A prisoner was transported from Franklin County Jail, Union, to Texas County Jail.

Two small window air-conditioning units valued at $185.00 were reported stolen from property on Scenic Road, Summersville.

A woman on Wheeling Lane, Plato, reported her two juvenile sons had taken a neighbor’s truck and were headed into Texas County from Pulaski County. The juveniles returned home and said they had not left the property. The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office was going to make contact with the family.

March 12

A woman reported the violation of an ex-parte order by a man on Freedom Road, Willow Springs. She was to make a statement confirming the allegation. No statement was received and the case was closed.

A Cabool man residing on Timber Drive inside the city limits reported finding a dog on a chain tangled up in the woods behind his residence. That area is outside the city limits. The Cabool dogcatcher was able to free the dog and take it to the city pound.

March 13

The theft of a dune buggy from a residence on Brushy Creek Road, Houston, was reported. A suspect was identified in the case and was arrested on an active Texas County warrant. The investigation is continuing.

March 16

A deputy was dispatched to Cooper Lane, Licking, for a possible suicidal person. The person was taken by ambulance to Phelps County Regional Hospital in Rolla.

The theft of a travel trailer and its contents was reported on Mallard Road, Licking. The trailer and items were valued at $2,610.00.

March 18

A 911 hang-up was checked out on Evergreen Road, Bucyrus, where a child had been playing with a phone.

A man on Route UU, Solo, reported a neighbor’s cattle were getting onto his property. The cows’ owner was contacted and advised to remove the animals.

Ivan P. Barton, Jr., 36, Mtn. Grove, was cited for assault third degree following a domestic disturbance call on Sunshine Drive, Mtn. Grove.

March 19

A Licking woman reported her son had been bitten by a dog. The dog’s owner was contacted and said the animal was not current on its vaccinations. The dog was quarantined for ten days. The woman said her son would begin a series of rabies shots.

March 20

A report was received of shots fired and unlawful use of a weapon on Kelly Road, Raymondville. A man reported he had stopped his vehicle and was assaulted by three men. A report was being sent to the prosecuting attorney’s office for a review.

March 22

A wellbeing check was attempted on Clouse Road, Mtn. Grove. No one was home.

An alarm call was received at a business on Limestone Drive, Mtn. Grove. The business manager stated the building was secure and it was believed a mouse set off the motion alarm.

A domestic disturbance was reported on Crane Drive, Bucyrus. One person was taken into custody but then released after the other person refused to prosecute. Both parties were advised of the 12-hour rule.

The wellbeing of a person on Highway 17, Houston, was checked.

March 23

A Houston resident reported property damage and theft from a rental house on Arthur Creek Drive. A washer and dryer and a water heater were taken, valued at $1,400.00.

A prisoner was transported to a correctional facility in Vandalia.

Four prisoners were transported to a correctional facility in Fulton.

James E. Dodd, 46, Houston, and Tina A. Dodd, 42, Houston, were each cited for domestic assault fourth degree following an incident on Morton Road, Houston.

A Springfield man reported a Houston woman had failed to return his 2016 Bulldog trailer. The woman was contacted and the trailer turned over to the sheriff’s office for its owner to retrieve.

A nurse reported 60 morphine pills missing from a patient’s home on Route N, Licking. The matter is under investigation.

A Bucyrus woman reported the license plate had been stolen off her vehicle while it was parked at her Highway 17 residence.

A domestic disturbance was reported on Gravel Point Road, Mtn. Grove. Laura A. Hulen, 53, Mtn. Grove, was cited for domestic assault third degree.

Gunshots were reported near the intersection of Route CC and Kimble Road, Licking. Nothing was found.

A domestic disturbance was reported on Gettys Road, Houston. A person was taken into custody for a 12-hour safe keeping hold. Neither party wished to seek charges.

March 24

The wellbeing of a person on Route 181, Cabool, was checked.

A 70-year-old woman was found dead at her Highway AH, Huggins, residence. The death was from natural causes due to many chronic health issues.

A prisoner was transported to the veterans’ hospital in Poplar Bluff.

A prisoner was transported from Howell County Sheriff’s Office, West Plains, to Texas County Jail.

A Raymondville woman reported her son had been bitten by a neighbor’s dog on Kelly Road. The dog’s owner said the animal had had it shots. The dog was to be penned up for ten days.

March 25

A deputy was called to assist Cabool Fire Department on a medical call on Ledgewood Road, Cabool. An individual was transported by ambulance to a medical facility.

A Houston woman was arrested by Houston Police Department and brought to Texas County Sheriff’s Office. The arresting officer said he believed the woman may have been assaulted. The woman refused to fill out a statement and signed a decline to prosecute form.

A domestic disturbance was reported on Morton Road, Houston. Tina A. Dodd, 42, Houston, was cited for domestic assault third degree.

An Oklahoma woman reported the theft of items from property she owns on Emery Road, Bucyrus. Taken were a saw and a job site radio, valued at $450.00.

A Summersville man reported the theft of medication from his car while he was in Summersville or Mtn. View.

A person who appeared to be intoxicated was reported walking in the road on Route F towards Highway 63, Houston. The person was taken into custody on a 12-hour safe keeping hold.

The wellbeing of a person on Highway 137, Willow Springs, was checked.

Seventy-six needles, still capped and in unopened plastic, were found on Brown Hill Road just off Route B, Houston. The needles were disposed of by the sheriff’s office.

March 26

A deputy went to Summersville to repossess a vehicle on a court order. The vehicle was located in Mtn. View and towed to Texas County Sheriff’s Office to be turned over to the bank holding the loan.

A verbal domestic disturbance was reported on Highway MM, Cabool. No disturbance was found.

A warrant arrest was made on Highway 137, Summersville.

A domestic disturbance was reported on Ketchum Drive, Licking. A woman there advised that she did not wish to pursue charges.

March 27

A report was received of a four-wheeler trespassing and tearing up property on Gaston Road, Eunice. A 29-year-old Cuba man was arrested and taken to Texas County Jail.

A suspicious vehicle was reported on Highway 17, Houston. The vehicle had a note in the windshield stating it had broken down and the owners would remove it the next day.

A juvenile was reported to be out of control on Highway CC, Licking. The juvenile was transported to the hospital for an evaluation.

A deputy was called twice to Piney Drive, Bucyrus, for a peace disturbance. The second time a vehicle was found stuck in the mud in a field. The driver said he had been driving around looking for his dog.

An investigation was begun into allegations that a juvenile female had been exposed to sexual contact at a Morton Road, Houston, residence in January 2015.

A game camera was reported stolen on Fisher Drive, Houston.

March 28

A domestic assault call was received on Kimble Road, Licking. A juvenile female was detained and transported to Texas County Sheriff’s Department.

A peace disturbance call was received on Camden Lane, Houston.

A Houston Police Department officer asked that Highway 17 at Route Z be checked for a deer in the roadway. No deer was found.

A burglary and property damage were reported on Slaughter Road, Licking. Copper wire had been taken and several televisions set in the yard and shot at. Evidence was collected and sent to the lab for analysis.

A man on Arnott Road, Licking, asked that a relative be removed from his residence. He was advised of the procedure for removing a resident from the property.

A Licking man reported a burglary at his residence on Highway C. He said an ex-girlfriend had broken into the house and taken the title to his pickup and other items. The woman was located and returned the pickup and title. The man signed a decline to prosecute form.

A prisoner was picked up at Laclede County Jail, Lebanon, and one was picked up at Phelps County Jail, Rolla, and transported to Texas County Jail.

A prisoner was transported from a correctional facility in Licking to Texas County Jail.

March 29

A woman on Orchard Street, Raymondville, reported hearing several loud bangs. It was found that children in the neighborhood had shot off some blaster fireworks they had found.

Deputies were dispatched to Oakdale Road, Houston, for reported property damage. A man said a woman had thrown his TV out of a vehicle and broke it. He signed a decline to prosecute form.

A prisoner was transferred from Willow Springs Police Department to Texas County authorities at Cabool and taken to Texas County Jail.

A deputy was dispatched to Highway 38, Bucyrus, for a 911 agency assist. A woman had fallen and needed assistance in getting up.

Three prisoners were transported to a correctional facility in Fulton.

A prisoner was transported from Sullivan Police Department to Texas County Jail.