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Monday, November 9, 2015

Clinton woman arrested in Henry County

Around 3:45 p.m. this afternoon the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Henry County arrested 19 year old Breanna N. Case of Clinton, Missouri.

She was arrested on 1.) Felony Possession of a controlled substance - Methamphetamine 2.) Following too close 3.) No valid operators license 4.) No seatbelt.

Case was booked into the Henry County Jail and later bonded o
ut.





 
 

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Obituary - Lana Kay Herren

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Lana Kay Herren
Lana Kay Herren, age 70, of Nevada, MO passed away Saturday, November 7, 2015 at Nevada Regional Medical Center in Nevada. She was born October 26, 1945 in Independence, the daughter of Ervin Timothy and Wilma Ellen (Goss) Baldwin. On May 9, 1964 she was united in marriage to Noah Dwain Herren and he preceded her in death on December 21, 2008.

Lana moved at a young age to Nevada where she attended school. During her working years she was employed at Research Medical Center in Kansas City where the family lived for a time, then worked for the Nevada City Hospital and finally Heartland Hospital until her retirement. During her spare time she enjoyed reading, gardening, and sewing. She especially loved spending time with her family as well as her two pet dogs, Pixie and Daphne.

Survivors include her children, Teresa Ann Herren of Joplin; Lemma Christine Herren of Nevada; Laura May Parker and husband Melvin of Rich Hill; and Sarah Joyce Herren of Joplin; grandchildren, Timothy Alexander Herren; Christopher Thomas Herren-Lewis; and Skylar Renee Ocean Wood; step-grandchildren, Dalton Landers, Derek Parker, and Dustin Parker; brother Denver Eddie Baldwin; and special cousin, James Simmons whom was like a brother; other extended family members and friends. Aside from her husband, Lana was preceded in death by her parents.

A Memorial Service with interment for Lana Kay Herren will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, November 12, 2015 at Newton Burial Park in Nevada. Those who wish may contribute in her memory to Vernon County People for Pets in care of Ferry Funeral Home.

Circuit Court of Bates County Court News 11-1 - 11-13 - 2015




CIRCUIT COURT OF BATES COUNTY, COURT NEWS





November 1-13, 2015 
Genie F Luecke v Christopher D Luecke, Dissolution of Marriage granted. 

Kathleen A Jones v Shane M Jones, Dissolution of Marriage granted. 

Heidi M Shaw v Michael A Shaw, Dissolution of Marriage granted. 

St v. Nicholas J Olvera, Jr., probation issue, ordered to do three 48 hour weekends shock time in Bates Co Jail. 

St v. Joshua D Jensen, Felony possession of marijuana, guilty plea, given SIS, 5 yrs. Supervised probation, to perform 115 hours of community service, standard probation conditions. 

St v. David W. McKinney, probation revoked, admitted violation, previous MDOC sentence executed. 

St v. David W McKinney, probation revoked, admitted violation, previous MDOC sentence executed. 

St v. Shirley J Saville, I: Felony possession of controlled substance, oxycotin, guilty plea, sentenced to 3 years MDOC; II: Felony possession of controlled substance, oxycotin, guilty plea, sentenced to 3 years in MDOC also. 

St v. Shirley J Saville, Felony possession of controlled substance, methamphetamines, guilty plea, sentenced to 3 years in MDOC. 

St. v. Christopher W Young, probation violation, admitted, previous sentence of 5 years in MDOC imposed, jurisdiction retained 

St v. Christopher W Young, probation violation, admitted, previous sentence of 5 years in MDOC imposed, jurisdiction retained. 

St v. Beverly Baze, guilty plea to Felony burglary, given SIS, placed on 5 years supervised probation, standard conditions. 

St v. Michael R Gaston, Felony possession of methamphetamines, guilty plea, given SIS, 5 years supervised probation, to perform 100 hours of community service, standard probation conditions. 

St v. Christopher B Austin, Felony tampering w/motor vehicle, guilty plea, SIS, placed on 5 years supervised probation, to perform 200 hours of community service, sentenced to 10 days shock time, to pay restitution of up to $1295.





Butler Police Department Activity Report 11/2 - 11/8 - 2015

  • 11/02/2015

    Animal complaint 200 block of S Austin
    Keep the peace Rose Lane
    Animal complaint 300 block of E Dakota
    Theft report Fran Apartments
    Theft report 1100 block of W Ft Scott
    Accident Water and Harrison
    Accident Rice Rd
    Disturbance Delaware and Ft Scott

    11/03/2015

    Disturbance 700 block of Country Club
    Walk in theft report
    Possible prowler 600 block of S Mechanic
    Animal complaint S Main

    11/04/2015

    Medical assist 400 block of N Delaware
    Disturbance 800 block of Wix Lane
    Animal complaint 300 block of W College
    Walk in theft report