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James Hanberry was located safe at a residence in Richland, Mo. Missing Persons entry cancelled.
UPDATE - James located, by law enforcement, safe at a residence in Richland, Mo., missing entry removed.
Please contact your local law enforcement agency if you have any information on James M. Hanberry.
JAMES M. HANBERRY III
James Hanberry III, age 36, 6'1" 185 pounds, brown hair, blue eyes, of Sunrise Beach, Mo. was reported missing on July 16, 2017. He was last seen on July 9, 2017 at approximately 2 pm at his residence. Subject was driving a 2015 black Nissan Rogue displaying Missouri registration, YJ9R2L. He is listed as endangered because he suffers from a personality disorder and is currently off his medication. Destination unknown and may be in the company of a Lan Fritts.
If anyone has any information, please contact the Camden County Sheriff's Office - 573-346-2243. As always, with any missing person entry, the entry will not be removed until the individual is confirmed located.
On 7/14/2017 during the evening hours Camden County Deputies and the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Task Force served a search warrant on a residence located in the 200 block of Fairlawn Circle, Village of the Four Seasons, Camden County, Mo.
As the result of the search warrant, two people were arrested. Vince Ray Loyd, age 46, from Fairlawn Circle, and Sarah Jane Harmon, age 37, from St. Charles, Mo.
Loyd was charged with 3 counts Delivery of a Controlled Substance class C felony, 4 counts Possession of a Controlled Substance class D Felony, and 1 count of Endangering the Welfare of a Child a class D Felony. Loyd is being held in the Camden County Jail on a $30,000 cash only bond.
Harmon was charged with 1 count of Possession of a Controlled Substance class D felony and is being held in the Camden County Jail on a $1000.00 cash only bond.
On 7/10/2017 at approximately 4:45 pm, Camden County Communications began receiving multiple calls about a bus on its side on State Road AA, Roach, Camden County, leading to Windermere Baptist Conference Center. It was reported that the bus was occupied by over 30 children and that there were multiple injuries. The school bus was from Oklahoma.
All available CCSO deputies, MSHP, Sunrise Beach PD, two helicopters (Staff and Lifeline), multiple ambulances from Mercy and Lake West, along with Mid County Fire, Osage Beach Fire and Sunrise Beach Fire, were called to the scene. The helicopters staged at a landing zone established at Mid County Station 3.
A total of 14 children were treated at Lake Regional Hospital for minor injuries. One child was transported by Lifeline to a Springfield Hospital. The bus had been occupied by 40 people, 39 of them being children.
For additional information regarding the crash, contact the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
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|CRIME PREVENTION - BUSINESS CHECK||125|
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|DRUG INVESTIGATION - NARCOTICS||1|
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|MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT INJURY||11|
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|TRAFFIC - CARELESS AND IMPRUDENT COMPLAINTS||35|
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|VEHICLE REPO/TOWED BY OWNER||1|
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JAIL STATS FOR JULY 3 THROUGH JULY 9, 2017
CLASS A CERTIFICATION - 700 HOUR BASIC LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING
CONTACT CAPTAIN MOEHLE AT 573-346-2243 X 246
Robert "Bobby" Johnson
MISSING PERSON - MARIAH S. BICKFORD
On 7/6/2017 at approximately 4:45 pm, Deputies from the Camden County Sheriff's Office responded to a residence in Lake Ozark, Mo., reference a report of a missing person, 22 year old Mariah S. Bickford. Mariah was last seen at H. Toad by her parents on 7/4/2017, however staff from H. Toads saw her on 7/6/2017. Mariah is described as, w/f, 5'5", 160, brown hair, blue eyes.
Mariah was purportedly with her ex-boyfriend, Robert "Bobby" Johnson Sr., age 35, at the time. Mariah's parents are concerned because Mariah's relationship with Johnson has been tumultuous in the past and they have not heard from her. It is possible that, Mariah and Johnson may be traveling to Delaware to Mariah's biological mother's residence. May be in a gold 1998 Toyota Corolla, unknown license plates.
The Missing Person entry will remain until Bickford's safety is confirmed. Please contact the Camden County Sheriff's Office if you have any information, 573-346-2243.
Please help us identify this subject. He was involved in the fraudulent used of a credit device. The suspect is described as a thin white male in his early twenties with sandy blond hair. He was wearing a purple hoodie and was driving a white extended cab 4wd 2003-2005 Chevy truck with a tool box in the bed. Possibly from the Camden County area. If you recognize the subject, please contact the Camden County Sheriff's Office - 573-346-2243.