The following incidents were reported by the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012:
12:17 a.m.: 911 Center reported a hang-up call from the 37000 grid of Highway AW in the Laquey area. Two deputies responded, arrived at 12:40 a.m., and left at 12:47 after the woman said the argument was only verbal and she was the person who called and hung up.
12: 21 a.m.: Burglar alarm reported from the 20000 grid of Harlequin Road off Highway 28 between St. Robert and Dixon. Deputy en route at 2:23 a.m. after trying several times to call a phone that went to voicemail but cancelled at 2:24 p.m. after the alarm company received a report from the homeowner of a false alarm.
2:32 a.m.: Deputy stopped a man in a red Ford truck on Eastlawn Avenue and issued a verbal warning for defective equipment.
2:39 a.m.: Deputy stopped a man in a white Cadillac on Plattner Road off Old Route 66 in St. Robert for a field interview.
5:05 a.m.: Caller reported a home across the street from the 14000 grid of Harvard has an open front door and a loud noise sounding like an alarm. Two deputies responded at 5:04 a.m. with the first arriving four minutes later; both left at 5:16 a.m. after determining the scene was secure.
5:40 a.m.: Burglar alarm reported at Highway Y storage on the 16000 grid of Lawrence north of St. Robert. St. Robert officer called a woman at Bank of Crocker who said she was not the keyholder and Security Bank owns it. Deputy responded at 5:50 a.m. and went back in service at 6:05 a.m. after finding the units secure and making “a note on Tuesday to get a hold of the Bank of Crocker about these storage units since they won’t fix the alarm.”
9:08 a.m.: Caller reported her lawnmower was stolen last night out of her yard on the 10000 grid of Crest Road between Dixon and Hancock. Deputy took a report.
9:44 a.m.: Reserve deputy drove to Lake Ozark Regional Medical Center for a followup.
10:46 a.m.: Caller from Laclede County said her daughter is homeless, mentally ill, and most recently lived on Rawlins Road in Pulaski County, and said a man is now trying to find the daughter and her children. Deputy followed up at 2:10 p.m. and explained how to file for a 96-hour mental health hold.
11:20 a.m.: Caller reported a cigarette carton stolen from Road Ranger which he bought yesterday afternoon, walked across the room, left on the lottery machine, and forgot; caller said Road Ranger personnel said he needed to file a police report in order for them to review their security camera footage. Deputy spoke with the caller at 2:05 p.m. and explained how to file a police report.
12:28 p.m.: Landlord of property on the 15000 grid of Tampa Road east of St. Robert said he’s terminated the lease of his tenants due to $2700 of back rent, wants to enter the home in advance for an inspection to tell the tenants what needs to be fixed, and believes they have already abandoned the home and refused to give a forwarding address; landlord asked deputy about his legal rights, and at 2:10 p.m. deputy informed him it was a civil issue.
12:50 p.m.: Caller reported someone has been driving in his yard again on the 17000 grid of Superior Road west of St. Robert, which she said has been a recurring issue with prior incidents in February and March of this year and August of last year. Deputy advised caller at 2:11 p.m. “to get a camera and we could possibly do more patrol out in her area.”
12:59 p.m.: Caller reported that the Roubidoux Small Engine Repair Shop in Waynesville closed recently and “have possession of a wood splitter they were supposed to be working on,” and wanted to know how to get his item back. Dispatchers turned the call over to Waynesville police.
2 p.m.: Deputy stopped a vehicle on the corner of Highway 17 and Brownsville Road near Crocker with no disposition recorded.
2:48 p.m.: Deputy followed a suspicious red pickup on Highway T southbound from Rosebud about a half-mile south of Swedeborg, turning on Reno, Riverside, Raleigh, Reporter, and back to Highway T with three deputies stopping the pickup on the 22000 grid of Highway T. Deputies searched the vehicle at 3 p.m. and gave verbal warnings for improper lane change and speeding.
3:12 p.m.: Caller reported a man riding a four-wheeler on Sherwood Lane off Highway AA in the Laquey area who “turned him into probation and parole for driving while revoked.” Deputy contacted the caller at 4:06 p.m. who appeared to be drunk.
3:22 p.m.: Caller reported that a man on Western Road in the Big Piney area bought six new dirt bikes, none of their kids have driver’s licenses, and the adults are drinking and driving four-wheelers, with some of the people riding double on the vehicles and some children as young as six or seven years old. Deputy responded at 3:29 p.m. with state troopers assisting, arrived at 4:18 p.m. but left at 4:31 p.m. after being unable to locate the riders.
3:30 p.m.: Caller reported he was going through a divorce and he sent $500 for a television his ex-wife had, and she has changed her phone number but has friends in Richland and used to live there. Deputy advised of the details.
4:12 p.m.: Caller reported a man laying by the guardrail on the side of Interstate 44 at westbound mile marker 167. Dispatchers called state troopers but they had nobody available; deputy responded, arrived at 4:22 p.m., but left at 4:36 p.m. after being unable to locate anyone.
5:11 p.m.: Caller requested a well-being check on her son in the Skyview Heights Apartments who asked her to send money but she hasn’t heard anything from him for a few days. Deputies contacted the son at 7:05 p.m. and advised him to call his mother.
5:30 p.m.: Waynesville police requested an expedited response from deputies to assist in a search of the Brookview Apartments. Deputy arrived at 5:32 p.m. and left at 5:54 p.m.
5:36 p.m.: Medical incident at the jail with an exposed nerve.
5:57 p.m.: 911 Center reported a request from Crocker to cover calls in the city and said a caller from the 200 block of Sweet Valley Circle is reporting people riding four-wheelers and setting off explosives. Crocker police reported having an officer on duty at 6:50 p.m.
6:05 p.m.: 911 Center reported a neighbor threatening to shoot his brother in the Laquey area. Deputy responded and took a report.
6:29 p.m.: Caller from Big Louie’s reported a man refusing to leave and “attempting to hide behind things,” and while on the phone, the caller said the man left headed toward Road Ranger. Deputy responded, arriving at 7:04 p.m., but cancelled the call.
6:32 p.m.: Caller reported a red dog, possibly a pit bull, trying to attack her dog through a fence on Laddie Lane and requested a log notation.
6:37 p.m.: Dispatcher took a $93.50 bond for Henry County.
7:30 p.m.: Caller reported a trailer hit a flower bed at Country Hearth Inn and offered to pay for damages but the manager said “no.” Deputy arrived at 8:03 p.m.
8:09 p.m.: Caller reported two Mustangs, one white and one red, drag racing on Tanglewood about 55 mph and also driving on Texas Road. Deputies were unable to locate the vehicles.
8:14 p.m.: 911 Center reported a disturbance with shooting a black powder gun by a man whose sister said the shooter had meth in his system yesterday. Deputy and an ambulance responded to the 18000 grid of Bobwhite Road, arrived at 8:25 p.m., and left at 8:56 p.m. after determining the shooter was not intoxicated and was shooting on his own property in a safe direction and refused medical treatment; the gun was locked in the shooter’s mother’s house.
8:21 p.m.: 911 Center reported a wife trying to take her children from her husband in an abusive relationship, and the man had left the 16000 grid of Crocus Lane near Dixon in a 1999 Green Dodge Durango with a rifle. Dispatcher contacted state troopers, who called back at 9:16 p.m. to report the people are staying at a friend’s house for the night.
8:21 p.m.: Caller reported a verbal disturbance between a mother kicking out her daughter from the 15000 grid of Top Drive, with the mother refusing to let the daughter get her items. Two deputies responded and left at 9:30 p.m.
9:33 p.m.: 911 Center reported two suspicious people in Shady Dell Park in Richland. Deputy responded, arrived at 9:54 p.m., and found an unoccupied vehicle with nobody in the park.
10:52 p.m.: Dixon police requested assistance pursuing a dirt bike. Deputy responded, checked the roads where the motorcycle was last seen, checked between Highway 133 and Highway 28, but could not locate the motorcycle by 12:54 a.m.
11:08 p.m.: Caller requested a well-being check on his sister due to a Facebook posting. Deputy responded to the Laquey area, contacted the sister at 11:15 p.m., and left four minutes later after advising that “everything is OK.”
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