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DRUG ARRESTS

 DRUG ARRESTS

On September 13, 2017, officers of LANEG and the Camden County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant at a residence in Sunrise Beach. As a result of the search warrant, a felony amount of high grade marijuana, butane honey oil, a butane honey oil extractor, methamphetamine, a marijuana plant, and paraphernalia used the the manufacture, distribution, and consumption of controlled substances were seized.

Two white males were arrested, Richard Charles Ray age, 60 and Richard Lee Ray age 29,  on the above related charges and were transported to the Camden County Jail for processing. 

Richard C. Ray was charged with Delivery of a Controlled Substance - Cash Bond $50,000.00 

Richard L. Ray was charged with Delivery of a Controlled Substance - Cash Bond $3000.00

Richard C. Ray is being held at the Camden County Adult Detention Center.

Richard L. Ray has since bonded and was released.

 

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Free Rabies and Microchips to Camden County Animals

 

Must be over the age of 18 to sign any documents during the clinics. Limit six household pets per event. Dogs and Cats only please.

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A cat can get pregnant at 3 months of age, before it reaches maturity. The average number of litters a fertile cat can produce in one year is 3.  The average number of kittens in a feline litter is between 4-6.  In seven years, one female cat and her offspring can theoretically produce 420,000 cats.   

A dog can get pregnant at 5 months of age, before it reaches maturity.  In six years an unspayed female dog, her offspring and her offspring's puppies, if none are spayed or neutered, could equal 67,000.

The excuses we often hear when picking up strays or attending to neglected animals is;

I don't have the money for spaying or neutering     I want my children to witness the miracle of birth   I don't have time to deal with it I'm careful to make sure she doesn't mate when she's out I thought I would make some easy money selling the puppies  I just couldn't take away Rover's manhood like that I just didn't Know Religious reasons I just haven't got around to it

 

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WEEKLY SUMMARY - 9/4/2017 THROUGH 9/10/2017

ABANDONED VEHICLES 5
ARRESTS                           14
ALARMS 12
ANIMAL CONTROL 16
ASSAULTS 2
BURGLARY 6
CARELESS AND IMPRUDENT DRIVING 6
CITIZEN ASSISTS - CHECK THE WELL BEING 3
CITIZEN ASSIST - KEEP THE PEACE 33
CIVIL MATTER  5
CIVIL PROCESS - SERVED 44
CIVIL PROCESS - ATTEMPTS 35
CRIME PREVENTION - AMENITY CHECK 50
CRIME PREVENTION - AREA CHECK 26
CRIME PREVENTION - BUSINESS CHECK 119
CRIME PREVENTION - RESIDENCE CHECK 15
DEATH INVESTIGATION - NON-CRIMINAL 2
DISTURBANCE 8
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 14
DRUG INVESTIGATION 2
EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED PERSON 6
EXPARTE VIOLATION 1
FIGHT IN PROGRESS 1
HARASSMENT 2
JAIL - AVERAGE DAILY COUNT 95
JAIL - NEW INMATES 43
JAIL - RELEASES 44
JAIL - PRISONER TRANSPORT 10
JUVENILE COMPLAINTS 4
MEDICAL CALLS 8
MISSING PERSONS 2
MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS 10
NOISE COMPLAINT 3
OUTSIDE AGENCY ASSIST 10
OUTSIDE AGENCY  1
PEDESTRIAN CHECK 1
PROPERTY DAMAGE 7
STEALING 21
TRESPASSING 4
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY 31
TRAFFIC STOPS - TOTAL FOR WEEK 56
TRAFFIC STOPS - WRITTEN WARNINGS 47
TRAFFIC STOPS - UTT 9
VEHICLE CHECKS 7
WARRANT - SEARCH 2
WARRANT SERVICE 13

WOMAN FOUND DECEASED IN CREEK BED

UPDATE - The woman found deceased in the creek bed on 9/8/2017 has been positively identified as Susan I. Willhite age 44 of Camdenton.  The autopsy was completed on Monday and the results are pending.  Foul play still not suspected.  Investigation continues.

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On 9/8/2017 at approximately 8 pm, Deputies from the Camden County Sheriff's Office were called to a creek bed located off Spencer Creek Road, Camden County, Mo.  The woman, a 44 year old Camdenton Resident, was found deceased by property owners.  

At this time, there is no indication of foul play and an autopsy has been scheduled for next week. The name of the victim is being withheld pending the autopsy.

There is no further information at this time.

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THEFT FROM VEHICLES

Over the past few weeks, we have had several reported thefts from vehicles from the area of Hwy 5-75 to Hwy 5-81, Camden County.  The majority of the vehicles have been located in residential areas.  The suspect(s) unlawfully enter the vehicles and have been stealing cash.  Most of the victim's vehicles have been unlocked at the time of the thefts.  

Please think Crime Prevention.

 

Remember 911

REMEMBERING 9-11-2001

Most of us remember where we were on 9-11-2001.  I, Arlyne Page, for one was off duty sitting drinking a cup of coffee.  I received a phone call telling me to turn on the TV.  I turned it on just as the second tower was hit.  I sat there in stunned horror.  Most emergency response personnel were called in because we didn't know what to expect next.

The people who were killed, both civilian and emergency service personnel, when the towers fell and the planes were taken hostage, will never be forgotten.  We will always remember that horrific day and the days that followed.

Prayers for all civilian, military and emergency service personnel who work every day in an attempt to maintain our freedoms.  God Bless the United States of America!!!!!!

 

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WEEKLY SUMMARY AUGUST 28 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 3, 2017

ARRESTS             10
ALARMS 24
ANIMAL CONTROL  27
BURGLARY 5
CARELESS AND IMPRUDENT DRIVING COMPLAINTS 26
CITIZEN ASSIST - CHECK THE WELBEING 8
CITIZEN ASSIST - KEEP THE PEACE 5
CITIZEN ASSIST - MOTORIST ASSIST 18
CIVIL CALL FOR SERVICE 5
CIVIL PROCESS 34
CRIME PREVENTION - AMENITY CHECK 66
CRIME PREVENTION - AREA CHECK 26
CRIME PREVENTION - BUSINESS CHECK 153
CRIME PREVENTION - RESIDENCE CHECK 29
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 16
DRUG INVESTIGATON 1
EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED PERSON 6
EXPARTE VIOLATIONS 7
FIGHTS IN PROGRESS 2
FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLS 17
HARRASMENT 5
JAIL NEW INCARCERATONS FOR THE WEEK 32
JAIL RELEASES FOR THE WEEK 38
JAIL AVERAGE COUNT FOR WEEK 94
JUVENILE COMPLAINTS 12
LOST / RECOVERED PROPERTY 5
MEDICAL 68
MISSING PERSONS 2
MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS 17
NOISE COMPLAINTS` 7
OUTSIDE AGENCY ASSIST 13
PROPERTY DAMAGE 11
STEALING 19
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY 51
TRAFFIC HAZARDS 21
TRAFFIC STOPS - TOTAL 169
TRAFFIC STOPS - UNIFORM TRAFFIC TICKETS  48
TRAFFI STOPS - WRITTEN WARNINGS 127
TRESPASSING 7
WARRANT SERVICE ATTEMPTS 17

WEEKLY SUMMARY AUGUST 21 THROUGH AUGUST 27, 2017

ARRESTS                                  15
ALARMS 30
ANIMAL CONTROL  21
ASSAULTS 1
CITIZEN ASSISTS - LOCKOUTS/MOTORIST ASSIST 32
CITIZEN ASSISTS - CHECK THE WELL BEING 7
CIVIL MATTER 8
CIVIL PROCESS/SUBPOENA/SUMMONS, ETC 23
CRIME PREVENTION - AMENITY CHECKS 42
CRIME PREVENTION - AREA CHECKS 38
CRIME PREVENITON - BUSINESS CHECKS 133
CRIME PREVENTION - RESIDENCE CHECKS 14
DEATH INVESTIGATION 3
DISTURBANCE 13
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 10
DRUG INVESTIGATIONS 2
EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED PERSON 11
EX-PARTE VIOLATIONS 3
FIRE CALLS 16
HARRASSMENT 5
JAIL - AVERAGE DAILY COUNT 105
JAIL - NEW INCARCERATIONS 57
JAIL - PRISONER TRANSPORTS 10
JAIL - RELEASES 54
JUVENILE COMPLAINTS 7
MEDICAL EMERGENCIES 73
MISSING PERSONS 1
MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS 16
OUTSIDE AGENCY ASSISTS 13
PEDESTRIAN CHECKS 5
PROPERTY CRIMES - BURGLARY/STEALING 30
PROPERTY CRIMES - LOST/RECOVERED ITEMS 5
PROPERTY CRIMES - PROPERTY DAMAGE 7
PROPERTY CRIMES - TRESPASSING 5
SEXUAL ASSAULTS 1
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY 69
TRAFFIC - ABANDONED VEHICLES 3
TRAFFIC - CARELESS AND IMPRUDENT COMPLAINTS 22
TRAFFIC - ROAD HAZARD/BLOCKED 16
TRAFFIC STOPS - WARNING 100
TRAFFIC STOPS - UNIFORM TRAFFIC TICKET ISSUED 13
VEHICLE CHECKS 20
WARRANT - SEARCH 1
WARRANT SERVICE 27

INDECENT EXPOSURE ARREST/ASSAULT ON DEPUTIES

 BRANDON C. SCHROEDER

UPDATE –        Schroeder has been charged with;

Assault 4th Degree a Class A misdemeanor – 2 counts

Resisting Arrest a Class A misdemeanor

Sexual Misconduct a Class B misdemeanor

$50,000.00 cash only bond

 

On 8/24/2017 at approximately 7:26 pm, Deputies from the Camden County Sheriff’s Office responded to Southwood Shores in Lake Ozark, Mo., reference a naked male walking in the pool area.  It was later discovered that he had also been in the area of the playground. 

 

When deputies arrived, the subject had returned to a unit.  Deputies responded to the subject’s room and when met by deputies, the subject attempted to punch one of the deputies.  The subject then charged the other deputy at which time the taser was deployed.  The deputies placed the subject in a chair at which time the subject spit and urinated on the deputies. 

 

SCHROEDER, a 22-year-old male, was transported to Lake Regional Hospital due to his impaired condition.  After being found fit for confinement, the subject was transported to the Camden County Adult Detention Center.

 

"Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good."

-Romans 12:21

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Drug and Warrent Arrest

                                     Aaron W. Burns          Rae C. Wansing                                  


On August 24, 2017, officers of LANEG and the Camden County Sheriff's Office traveled to a residence on Sparrow Court in Osage Beach to locate a white male, who was wanted on several outstanding warrants. Upon arrival, the white male, Aaron Wayne Burns, age 36, fled from officers but was taken into custody without incident. The residence was secured pending application and approval of a drug related search warrant.Aaron W. Burns

The search warrant was issued and officers of LANEG, the Camden County Sheriff's Office, and the Osage Beach Police Department executed the search warrant.  As a result of the search warrant, methamphetamine, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia used in the distribution and consumption of controlled substances were seized. One white male and one white female were arrested on outstanding warrants and the above related charges. Both were transported to the Camden County Jail.

The female, Rae Christine Wansing, age 46 of Osage Beach, has been charged with a Class D Felony of Possession of a Controlled Substance and a Class D misd of Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.  Cash Bond $1000.00.

Aaron W. Burns was arrested on 2 warrants:  Contempt of Court and Parole Violation - No Bond

 

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