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Sheriff's Blotter for Sept. 1, 2011
Sheriff's Blotter for Sept. 1, 2011
Pulaski County sheriff’s deputies reported the following calls for service on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011:

2:31 a.m.: Deputies stopped a Missouri vehicle with an undisclosed couple on Teardrop Road for undisclosed reasons.

3:37 a.m.: Suspicious person reported on Highway 17 across from A&A Auto; two deputies responded, but the person was gone upon deputies’ arrival.

4:02 a.m.: Written warning issued to a Missouri woman on Highway 17 just north of Brownfield with an additional verbal warning for speeding.

7:35 a.m.: Caller reported a white Cadillac in his driveway on the 27000 grid of Highway NN which does not belong there and said it’s the second time it’s been blocking his driveway. Deputy located the car owner at the Shrine Club, who agreed to move the vehicle.

8:53 a.m.: Deputy spoke to a caller who reported that “one of her old managers is speaking bad about her to unemployment and caused her to lose it.”

9:42 a.m.: Prisoner transport to St. John’s Hospital in Lebanon for medical issues; placed 57 miles on the patrol car and was away until 1:42 p.m.

12:30 p.m.: State troopers reported “bikers all sporting different colors” coming eastbound into the county at mile marker 149 of Interstate 44.

1:06 p.m.: Deputy spoke with a woman who said her ex-husband who now lives in Springfield is harassing her, threatening her by phone and text messages; woman filed for an ex-parte no-contact order.

1:54 p.m.: Deputies and Dixon police responded to a burglar alarm at the 10000 grid of Highway 28 and found the home secure upon arrival.

2:06 p.m.: Oasis Truck Stop reported a gas theft totaling $42.80; deputies and Richland police responded to a residence and found that the person identified as the vehicle owner had a gas receipt with today’s date.

2:13 p.m.: Inmate reported chest pain; handled by officers.

2:27 p.m.: Deputies transported two people from Grumpy’s to Good Samaritan.

2:50 p.m.: Verbal warning for lane violation issued to a Nevada woman at eastbound mile marker 151 on Interstate 44.

3:15 p.m.: Deputies followed upon a Florida victims’ advocate office requesting that deputies contact residents at the 24000 grid of Tree Top Lane to see if they know a specified man.

3:39 p.m.: Deputies assisted family services with a call on the 25000 grid of Red Oak.

4:09 p.m.: Deputies responded to a 911 hangup or open line on the 16000 grid of Titan Lane and found that a “father disciplined his son, child got upset and called 911.”

4:24 p.m.: Verbal warning for speeding issued to a Missouri woman near East Elementary School.

5:17 p.m.: Caller requested that deputies issue a no-trespassing order to a mother and son living on the 23000 grid of Rosette Road; deputy responded and issued the order to the juvenile and parents.

5:24 p.m.: Deputies attempted to assist family services with a child abuse and neglect case on Apple Street in Swedeborg but were unable to locate the address.

5:50 p.m.: Caller reported a purse had been stolen from her vehicle; deputies took a report.

6:06 p.m.: Woman called reporting she has an ex-parte no-contact order against her husband, who has not yet been served with the order, and said he sent her a text message asking if he could get his clothes from the residence. Deputy said he would go out to the residence to serve the husband with the order while he was there, but was unable to locate him.

6:10 p.m.: Caller reported that a white dog came onto his property on the 27000 grid of Swanson Road and killed a dog about an hour ago; deputies checked the dog suspected of having done the killing but found that the dog “has no signs of blood or a struggle.”

7:12 p.m.: Warning for an unspecified offense issued to a Waynesville woman driving a blue 2009 Mazda CX-9 at Lincoln Square.

7:28 p.m.: Written warning for a stop sign violation, failure to maintain insurance and failure to signal issued to an Alabama driver of a white Ford Taurus at Pratt’s Lawn and Garden who deputies reported was “very irate”

7:44 p.m.: Deputies attempted to make a well-being check on a man walking on Highway T near Taylor Hills with no shoes but were unable to locate him.

7:46 p.m.: Written warning for vehicle registration issued to a Missouri man near Good Samaritan.

8:18 p.m.: Written warning for taillights and headlights issued to a Missouri driver of an “old flatbed rusted” pickup at Highway 17 and Spanky; deputies requested a drug dog, towed the vehicle, and arrested one man.

9:39 p.m.: Verbal warning for defective equipment issued to a Missouri man driving a 1991 Chevy at Highway P and Sorrel.

9:47 p.m.: Man came to the sheriff’s department, took statement forms to report a possible theft, and said he will get back with a deputy if items were stolen.

9:49 p.m.: Woman called and asked to speak with a deputy regarding slander; deputy “hung up on the reporting party due to tone of voice and attitude,” but the person called back at 9:51 p.m.

10:07 p.m.: Warning for an unspecified offense issued to a Missouri man driving a 2002 Jeep on Highway 17 just past Sage.

10:17 p.m.: Written warning issued for defective vehicle equipment and no proof of insurance to an Arkansas man near Buckhorn Shell who was found to have two arrest warrants and was transported to the sheriff’s department.

10:38 p.m.: Deputies assisted the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group (LANEG) with a search warrant on Red Oak Road and found “lots of drugs and guns.”

11:50 p.m.: Verbal warning issued for lane violation and no proof of insurance to a Newburg man driving a 1996 GMC truck near the cemetery on Royal Oak in Waynesville.

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