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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

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B-Mod Mania at I-49 Nevada Speedway

Saturday October 1, 2016

USRA B-Mod Mania $3,000 to win/$500 to start A-Feature!!
First 50 cars are pre-register only.
$250 entree fee

Pure Stocks and Late Models will be support classes for this race!

More information will be posted. Check out http://www.nevadaspeedway1.com/ for more information.
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Obituary - Rufus Dulaban

Rufus Dulaban, age 29 years, of Deepwater, Missouri passed away Tuesday, August 30, 2016 at Clinton Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, Clinton, Missouri.

Among survivors is his mother, Rebecca Dulaban, of Deepwater, Missouri.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Vansant-Mills Funeral Home of Clinton, Missouri and are pending at this time.

Adrian man arrested after assault at Garden City Bar

Kenneth F. Keating
On August 29, 2016 the Cass County Sheriff's Office responded to 28503 S. State Route 7, Garden City, Missouri to an assault that had occurred in Fat Boyz Bar. It was reported that a subject had assaulted a patron at the bar and fled on a black and white Harley Davidson motorcycle. 

The suspect was located in Bates County by sheriff's deputies at his residence and transported to the Cass County jail for processing.

The suspect arrested is Kenneth F. Keating, 43 of Adrian, Mo. He was charged by the Cass County Prosecutor today with Third Degree Assault and is currently being held on a $1500.00 bond.



One injured in Cass County rollover accident

On 8/30/16 around 12:30pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Cass County along with Peculiar Police Department and Cass County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a one vehicle rollover accident on Northbound Peculiar Drive just North of  E. 195th Street. 

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred when the 1986 Ford driven by 33 year old Kole McDowell of Peculiar, Missouri traveled off the right side of the roadway before returning to the road and crossing the center line overturning off the left side of the roadway before coming to rest.

Mr. McDowell sustained moderate injuries in this accident and he was transported by South Metro Fire & EMS to Belton Regional Hospital for treatment.

The vehicle was totaled and towed from the scene by Knights Tow.


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CRASH OCCURRED AS VEHICLE 1 TRAVELLED OFF THE RIGHT SIDE OF ROADWAY. VEHICLE 1 RETURNED TO THE ROADWAY, CROSSED THE CENTER LINE AND CONTINUED OFF THE LEFT SIDE OF THE ROADWAY. VEHICLE 1 OVERTURNED AND CAME TO REST. ASSISTED BY PECULIAR POLICE DEPARTMENT AND CASS COUNTY DEPUTIES

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Theft investigation in Cass County

The Cass County, Missouri Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft of a 2009 Dixie Chopper 2550 Zero Turn mower and a Speeco 35 ton wood splitter with a 15HP gas motor from the 26000 block of East 203rd Street in rural Pleasant Hill, Missouri sometime between 08/21 and 08/28. 

The mower is described as being a 25hp 50″ deck mower that was in nearly new condition with all of the factory stickers still in place. 

No serial number is available and the only identifiable marks or scratches were described as heavy wear on the arm rest. 

The log splitter is reported to have some minor oil leaks and fresh welds on the ram plate.

IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION IN REGARDS TO THE THEFT, CONTACT

Detective Corporal Steve Catron Cass County Sheriff’s Office Property Crimes

Office: 816-380-8340

Be on the lookout in Vernon County

The Vernon County Sheriff's Office would like the public to be on the look out for a unknown white male that is said to be in the area of County Road 2350 and Indian Line Road in rural Vernon County.

If you see anyone suspicious walking in this area please call the Vernon County Sheriff's Office at (417) 283-4400.

Bates County Republicans meet August 25th

The Bates County Republicans met Thursday, August 25 for dinner at the Flaming Lantern. President Felix Salazar called the meeting to order and Greg Mullinax gave a prayer.

The silent auction then opened to benefit local our local candidates. Many great items were present including a gift card to Frontier Justice, presidential plates, an air compressor, farm fresh eggs, an elephant collection, and even jewelry.

Following dinner, candidates for election present spoke. Greg Mullinax addressed the crowd first, followed by Jimmy Bates speaking for Sen. Ed Emery. Salazar announced that Trump signs will be available for Bates County shortly, and our headquarters location will be announced shortly as well. Several of our local candidates sent their regrets as they were attending the Osage Valley annual meeting that evening as well, to include Rep. Patricia Pike and Rep. Jack Bondon.

The winners of the silent auction were announced and Salazar led the closing prayer. The next meeting of the Bates County Republicans will be Thursday, September 29, 6 PM. Due to the ever larger crowds now attending these meetings, the location has been changed to the Bates County Museum. All interested Republicans are welcome and invited to attend.

Nevada Police Department Investigate Drug Distribution Near Bryan Elementary

On Tuesday, August 30, 2016 Nevada Police Department executed a search warrant in regards to the distribution of narcotics within 1000 feet of a school.

The Nevada Police Department investigations division received information about illegal drug activity in the 600 block of west Ashland St. Information was given to officers that a large amount of marijuana was being dealt out of the house between Bryan Elementary and Nevada High School. Nevada Police were able to secure a search warrant for the property.

During the search of the residence officers recovered dozens of pieces of drug paraphernalia laying throughout the house that were accessible to a minor child in the house. With the help from the Nevada Fire Department a safe was opened and officers located a felony amount of marijuana inside. 

Law enforcement also recovered stolen property from inside the residence. Nevada Police communicated with the Vernon County Juvenile Office and the Department of Social Services to coordinate a safe place for the minor child in the home.

The following subjects were taken into custody at the scene; 29 year old, Nevada resident, Kenneth Stewart, and 22 year old, Nevada resident, Sarah Estep. They were transported to the Vernon County Jail for holding.

Nevada Police applied for the warrants on the following subjects and the charges are as follows.


Kenneth Stewart; Distributing a Controlled Substance near a school, Felony-A, Keeping or maintaining a public nuisance Felony-C, Endangering the welfare of a child creating substantial risk Felony-C, Unlawful Possession of a firearm Felony-C, Receiving stolen property Misdemeanor-A. Stewart’s bond is set at $250,500 Cash only. 

Sarah Estep; Distributing a Controlled Substance near a school, Felony-A, Keeping or maintaining a public nuisance Felony-C, Endangering the welfare of a child creating substantial risk Felony-C, Receiving stolen property Misdemeanor-A. Stewart’s bond is set at $250,500 Cash only. 

Citizens are encouraged to contact the police if they have any information that would be helpful to combat crime.

For questions regarding crime prevention techniques or to start a Neighborhood Watch Program, contact the Nevada Police Department at 417- 448 – 5100. 

To report criminal activities call 911 or us the Tip Hotline 417- 448 - 5117.  Any and all information will be kept confidential. 

Three car detached garage fire in Nevada

On 8/30/16 around 3:36am the Nevada Fire Department responded to a fully engulfed detached garage fire at 506 South Chestnut Street in Nevada.

The residence was owned by Jay Strunk and the fire is said to of occurred when a wooden framed 3 garage structure caught fire due to items to close to a heat source inside of it.

Everything inside the garage was destroyed and it was deemed a total loss.

No one was injured in this fire and the total estimated cost of the damage was set at $18,500.

Nevada Fire Department stayed on scene for overhaul and cleanup around a hour and a half.


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St. Clair County Sheriff's Office Felony Warrant Arrests

On Aug. 29, Geanna Allen, 54, Lowry City, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging her with class D felony driving while revoked. Bond is set at $4,500 cash or surety. The charge stems from an incident the previous day when Allen was observed operating a motor vehicle on the city streets, state highway, and county roads of St. Clair County. The deputy was familiar with Allen and aware she did not have valid operator's license. Allen was taken into custody after a traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle she was driving.        
On Aug. 26, a St. Clair County deputy arrested Randy Johnson, 56, Osceola, on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with two felony charges: class B felony distribution, delivery, manufacture or production of a controlled substance or attempt to or possess with intent to and class D felony unlawful use of a weapon-possessing a weapon and a controlled substance. Bond is set at $20,000 cash or surety. The charges stem from an Osceola Police Department investigation the previous day.

Butler Municipal Court News

BUTLER MUNICIPAL COURT 
Debra A. Hopkins, Judge 
Trish Thomas, Court Administrator 
August 19, 2016 
W = warrant issued

City of Butler v.

Aaron J. Abney Disorderly Conduct W
Jeanie Allen Open Container GP $100 + cc
Jeffrey W. Allen Failure to yield W
Jeffrey W. Allen No proof of insurance W
Jeffrey W. Allen Fail to register vehicle W
Jeffrey W. Allen Seat Belt W
Danny Alvarado Disorderly Conduct W
Jesus A. Arredondo Exhibition of speed W
Jesus A. Arredondo No proof of insurance W
Jesus A. Arredondo Exhibition of speed W
Jesus A. Arredondo C&I Driving W
Jesus A. Arredondo No proof of insurance W
Kaysea T. Baird Minor in possession W
Jonathan M. Barber Resisting Arrest W
Dennis L. Barnum Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Dennis L. Barnum Seat Belt GP $10
Sherry L. Beal Possession of Marijuana W
Sherry L. Beal Possession of Drug Paraphernalia W
Jacob Beckley Defective Equipment GP $300 ic
Carol Bell Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Myesha Bell Excessive Window Tint GP $100 ic
Jeffrey J. Blake Driving while DL suspended W
Jeffrey J. Blake Fail to register vehicle W
Jeffrey J. Blake No proof of insurance W
Brian C. Bottoms No valid DL W
Brian C. Bottoms No proof of insurance W
Brian C. Bottoms DWI W
Kaitlan Boyles No valid DL GP $125 + cc
Kaitlan Boyles No valid DL W
Kaitlan Boyles Seat Belt GP $10
Kaitlan Boyles Domestic Assault GP $250 + cc
Jeffrey M. Bradley No valid DL W
Michael T. Brewster Driving while DL Revoked W
Michael T. Brewster No proof of insurance W
Michael T. Brewster Obstructing an officer W
Aaron Brumfield Defective Equipment GP $75 ic
Aaron Brumfield Seat Belt GP $10
Marc A. Burroughs Seat Belt GP $10
Donna D. Calhoun Expired Drivers License W
John C. Calhoun Disorderly Conduct W
Alyssa M. Call Disorderly Conduct W
Vernell Carter DWI W
Vernell Carter Seat Belt W
Vernell Carter C&I Driving W
Vernell Carter Flee to Elude W
Vernell Carter Fail to stop at stop sign W
Vernell Carter Head Lamp Requirements W
Vernell Carter Driving while DL Revoked W
Vernell Carter No proof of insurance W
Vernell Carter Open Container W
Natasha Chamberlain Speeding GP $125 + cc
Brian Clapp Defective Equipment GP $75 + cc
Brian Clapp Expired Drivers License GP $75 + cc
Austin C. Collins Domestic Assault W
Jeffrey Connell Speeding GP $125 ic
Acey Cooper Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Austin Cooper Defective Equipment GP $150 + cc
Austin Cooper Seat Belt GP $10
Shannon Cooper Improper use of emergency lights W
Lisa Counterman Stealing W
Steven Cox Tresspassing GP SIS; 1 yr pb; cc
Joseph Curtis Fail to register vehicle GP $100 + cc
Joseph Curtis Seat Belt GP $10
Joseph Curtis No proof of insurance GP $150 + cc
Dianna M. Daniels Defective Equipment GP $100 ic
James Davidson Defective Equipment GP $200 ic
Dustin Detienne Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Johnny D. Dickinson Open container W
Beverly Dixon Littering GP $300 ic
Christopher Dodson Animal Neglect/Abuse W
Mason Dudley Disorderly Conduct W
Mason Dudley Stealing W
Claude Edwards, Jr Driving while DL Revoked W
Claude Edwards, Jr Fail to register vehicle W
Tanner Everitt Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Jonathan Fairbairn Defective Equipment GP $200 ic
Carisin L. Fitzgerald Fail to produce license on demand W
Robert B. Fitzpatrick Possession of Marijuana W
Kendall Foster Too many animals per residence W
Kevin Foster Speeding GP $125 ic
Kori Foster Property Damage GP $150 + cc
Kori Foster Speeding GP $100 + cc
Kori Foster Driving while DL Revoked GP $250 + cc
Joshua P. Gillespie Assault W
Jayson E. Gillette Driving while DL Suspended W
Michael Grant Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Lindie Gray Possession of Drug Paraphernalia W
Autumn Gregory Fail to register vehicle GP $1 + cc
Shanita L. Griswold Driving while DL Suspended W
Shanita L. Griswold Driving while DL Suspended W
Shanita L. Griswold Fail to register vehicle W
Shanita L. Griswold No proof of insurance W
Shanita L. Griswold Driving while DL Suspended W
Shanita L. Griswold Possession of Drug Paraphernalia W
Stephen L. Hager Open Container W
Stephen L. Hager Obstructing an officer W
Douglas Hannon Possession of Drug Paraphernalia GP $200 + cc
Tyler Harris Speeding GP $100 ic
Jessica Hatstat Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Kenneth J. Hays Stealing W
Taylor C. Heffernon Property Damage W
Ginger Hessling Disorderly Conduct GP SIS 1 YR PB; CC
James R. Hills Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Steven Hinkle Domestic Assault GP $200 + cc
James Hinrichs Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
James Hinrichs Defective Equipment GP $75 ic
William H. Holloway Driving while DL Revoked W
William H. Holloway Unlawful use of a weapon W
Patrick Hoss Vicious Dog GP SIS 1 YR PB; CC; pay bills at Sage's Clinic
Patrick Hoss Animal running loose GP $150 + cc
Keeli Hough Seat Belt GP $10
Ernest E. Hufferd Fail to register vehicle W
Ernest E. Hufferd Driving while DL Suspended W
Robin M. Jack Stealing W
Christina Jacobs Fail to register vehicle GP $5 + cc
Amber Jeffries Disorderly Conduct W
Matthew Jones Defective Equipment GP $100 ic
Pauline Jones Fail to register vehicle GP $100 + cc
Pauline Jones No proof of insurance GP SIS; 1 yr pb; cc; keep insurance in place
David C. Juarez No proof of insurance W
David C. Juarez No proof of insurance W
Jason S. Kunkelman Providing alcohol to minors W
Tyler S. Kunkelman Minor in possession W
George W. Lewis Resisting Arrest W
Vincente G. Martinez Fail to register vehicle W
Marion D. McCrorey Expired Drivers License W
Anna McGraw Disorderly Conduct GP $100 ic
Matthew McGrew Defective Equipment GP $250
Nora P. McGuire Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
David McKinney Jr. No proof of insurance GP $125 + cc
David McKinney Jr. Driving while DL Revoked GP $225 + cc
Alexandra L. McLain Fail to register vehicle W
Alexandra L. McLain No proof of insurance W
Alexandra L. McLain Fail to produce license on demand W
Joshua Menego Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Stacy L. Mitchell Fail to register vehicle W
Stacy L. Mitchell Obstructing an officer W
Brittany Morgan Defective Equipment GP $200 ic
Michael Morris Resisting Arrest GP 5 days jail to run consurrent w/Disorderly Conduct + cc
Michael Morris Disorderly Conduct GP 5 days jail to run consurrent w/Resisting Arrest + cc
Dale L. Murray Stealing W
Jonathan Myrtle Defective Equipment GP $150 ic
Jesse W. Nash Defective Equipment W
Clarence Nowak Speeding GP $150 ic
Brandon M. Osburn Defective Equipment W
Tammy Pickens Disturbing the Peace GP $300 ic
Dakota Plumb No proof of insurance GP $150 + cc
Megan B. Plunkett Speeding GP $125 ic
Veronica L. Pullen Fail to register vehicle W
Rebecca Randalls Defective Equipment GP $200 ic
Earl Ratliff Disorderly Conduct GP $300 ic
Owen J. Raymond Disorderly Conduct W
Bobbi S. Register Disorderly Conduct W
Blake Reno Defective Equipment GP $300 ic
Debra Robichaud No proof of insurance GP $125 ic
Debra Robichaud Seat Belt GP $10
Kyle Roderick Possession of Drup Paraphernalia GP 10 day jail - Credit for time served + cc
Glen H. Rogers Seat Belt GP $10
Glen H. Rogers Fail to register vehicle GP $100 + cc
Glen H. Rogers Seat Belt GP $10
Ethan Rowe Defective Equipment GP $250 ic
Quinn Russell Trespassing W
Juan Salinas Fail to register vehicle W
Juan Salinas No valid DL W
Juan Salinas Possession of Marijuana W
Holly D. Sanz Fail to register vehicle W
Ernest N. Schmidt Fail to register vehicle W
Ernest N. Schmidt Seat Belt W
Eva M. Schmidt Public Nuisance W
Joel Shick Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Amanda Shobe Seat Belt W
Amanda Shobe Animal running loose W
Kelli J. Siebert Possession of Drug Paraphernalia W
Kelli J. Siebert Possession of Marijuana W
Jeraldine E. Simental Defective Equipment GP $325 ic
Joseph Simms Disorderly Conduct GP $150 + cc
Joseph Simms Domestic Assault GP $250 + cc
Charles Simpson Driving while DL Revoked GP $175 + cc
Charles Simpson Speeding GP $125 + cc
William Slater Defective Equipment GP $250 IC
Emilie N. Slover Driving while DL Suspended W
Emilie N. Slover No proof of insurance W
Joseph Smith Defective Equipment GP $200 ic
Michael Spear Animal running loose GP $75 ic
Clayton Stevenson Disorderly Conduct GP $150 + cc
Clayton Stevenson Animal running loose GP $125 + cc
Dustin Stewart No driver's license GP $125
Dustin Stewart Seat Belt GP $10
Ethan Stewart Fail to keep right GP $125 + cc
Ethan Stewart Seat Belt GP $10
Steven J. Stivers No valid DL W
Jason D. Sullins Speeding W
Jason D. Sullins Driving while DL Revoked W
Jason D. Sullins Fail to register vehicle W
Michael Swarnes Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Nicolas A. Treat Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
Nicolas A. Treat Seat Belt GP $10
Robert A. Trinkle Fail to register vehicle W
Keelan G. Wackerman Possession of Marijuana W
Aaron J. Walling Stealing W
Dakotah A. West Property Damage W
Charles Westmoreland No proof of insurance GP 10 days Jail + CC
Charles Westmoreland Driving while DL Suspended GP 10 days Jail + CC
Charles Westmoreland Driving while DL Suspended GP 10 days Jail + CC
Michelle Wieseler Fail to register vehicle GP $100 ic
William Yelton No proof of insurance GP $125 ic
Clayton York Speeding GP $125 + cc
James Yoss Fail to stop at stop sign GP $115 ic
James J. Zellmer Fail to stop at stop sign GP $115 ic

Appleton City man arrested on three warrants

Marcus Balthrope
On Aug. 29, Marcus Balthrope, 34, Appleton City was arrested at the St. Clair County Courthouse on three warrants for probation violations. A St. Clair County warrant charges him with a probation violation on an original class C felony charge of driving while intoxicated-alcohol-aggravated offender and class D felony driving while revoked. 

The warrant was issued on June 10. The original charges stems from Missouri State Highway Patrol investigation in May 2013. Bond is set at $5,000 cash only. Another warrant is from Bates County and charges him with a probation violation on an original class D felony charge of resisting arrest. 

The warrant was issued June 10. The original charge stems from an investigation in Bates County in May 2013. Bond is set at $5,000 cash only. The third warrant was issued by probation and parole and there is no bond set.

Obituary - Joseph “Joe” Smith


Joseph “Joe” Smith, 77 of Amsterdam, Missouri passed away August 30, 2016 at Bates County Memorial Hospital in Butler. Cremation, with memorial services to be held at 12 noon Saturday, September 10, 2016 at New Apostolic Church, 8243 Spring Valley Rd., Raytown, MO, 64138. 

Visitation will be prior to services from 11-12 at the church. Messages of condolence for the family may be left at www.mullinaxfuneralhome.com. Arrangements entrusted to the Mullinax Funeral Home of Butler (660-679-0009).

Joe was born October 6, 1938 in Bates County, Missouri, son of Ralph Edward and Mary Ruth (Armentrout) Smith. He attended school in Drexel, graduating with the class of 1956.

Joe was a 31-year employee of Hallmark Cards, where he worked as a large die cut operator. He was very fond of animals, particularly his parrots and his Basenjis (African barkless dogs). He also enjoyed horses and in later years, enjoyed working find-a-word puzzles.


Joe was preceded in death by his parents; one sister, Mildred; and brothers Paul, Rex, Ray, Harry, and Jack. He is survived by his wife Shirley; grandson Thomas Edmondson; one sister, Phyllis; and one brother, Ralph.

Obituary - Winifred “Winnie” Maxine Robb

Winifred “Winnie” Maxine Robb
Funeral services for Winnie Robb will be 10 a.m. Monday, September 5, 2016 at Schowengerdt Funeral Chapel (660-679-6555) in Butler, Missouri with Pastor Ron Dunlap officiating. There is no visitation. 

Burial in Oak Hill Cemetery, Butler. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Happy Hill Church of God or Heartland Hospice.

Winifred “Winnie” Maxine Robb, age 92 of Butler, Missouri died Monday, August 29, 2016 at Breezy Meadows in Butler. She was born January 27, 1925 to Fred and Dollie Stultz Peacock in Hume, Missouri.


Winnie is survived by her son Scott Robb and wife Pam of Berryton, Kansas; one grandson, Jeffrey “Jeff” Robb and wife Bambi of Cheyenne, Wyoming; and two great-grandchildren, Triston Nielson and Sydney Nielson. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Cecil Robb in 1999; two brothers, Fredrick Floyd “Jack” Robb and Alfred Peacock; four sisters, Anna Peacock, Valda Fenwick, Mary Jane Vaughn and Verna Bright; and one grandson, Steve Nielson.

Nevada woman arrested on warrants

On 8/29/16 the Nevada Police Department arrested 36 year old Melissa Dunfield of Nevada, Missouri.

She was arrested for 1.)  Arrest Warrant - Class C Felony burglary 2.) Arrest Warrant - Class C Felony theft/stealing.

In December of 2015 Melissa Dunfield plead guilty to both charges and she was sentenced to 5 years supervised probation.

A Bond was set at $5,000 cash/surety and Dunfield is currently being held in the Vernon county jail.


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A Nevada woman was booked at the Vernon County Jail for failing to obey a judges order.

36-year-old Melissa Dunfield was booked Monday for failing to obey an order by Judge James Bickel. According to court docket information, Dunfield was originally charged with a class C felony count of Burglary, and a class C felony count of theft/stealing in December of 2015, and plead guilty to both charges in March of 2016. Dunfield was sentenced to five years surpervised probation on both counts, and a disposition hearing was set for September 13, after a probation violation hearing on August 19. Dunfields ROR bond was revoked on Monday, after correspondence being filed by Probation and Parole, and a warrant was issued for her arrest, and was executed by Nevada Police Monday.

Bond for Dunfield has been set at $5,000 cash or surety. f

Kansas City man arrested in Bates County

On 8/29/16 around 10:35pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Bates County arrested 45 year old Ignacio M. Castillo of Kansas City, Missouri.

He was arrested for 1.) Felony possession of a controlled substance 2.) Felony Warrant - Jackson County Sheriff's Office.

Mr. Castillo was booked into the Bates County Jail and is currently listed as bondable.


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Breaking News: Missing teen from Sikeston found safe in Clinton

Christian Blair Burton
EMPHASIS: CANCELLED Endangered Person Advisory

State of Missouri Endangered Person Advisory

The New Madrid County Sheriff's Department has cancelled an Endangered Person Advisory for a missing person incident that occurred at 1408 County Road 824 in Sikeston, MO at 7:00 a.m. on August 29, 2016.

Missing Is:

Christian Blair Burton, a white female, age 14

The endangered missing person:

Christian Blair Burton, is a white female, age 14, height 5 feet, 90
pounds, brown hair with blue and green highlighted tips, brown eyes, fair complexion. Subject was last seen wearing pajamas, but she may now be wearing a black Pokemon shirt, blue jeans, and black Converse tennis shoes.

Brief circumstances regarding the Endangered Missing Person incident:

The subject was left alone at her residence when her father left for work at 6:50 a.m. on August 29, 2016. Her mother arrived home from work and found the subject was missing along with her cellular device. A ping on the device at 6:18 p.m. today placed it 16.59 miles southeast of Lowry City, MO. Subject's mother advised that the subject is home-schooled and that the subject had an online relationship in 2015 with an unknown male subject 40 years of age.

Cancelled. Subject located safe in Clinton, MO.

Anyone seeing the missing person, or anyone having any information related to the endangered missing person should immediately dial 911 to contact the nearest law enforcement agency or call the New Madrid County Sheriff's
Department at 573-748-2516.

Rich Hill woman arrested in Bates County

On 8/29/16 around 10:30pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol  in Bates County arrested 37 year old Renee L. Bush of Rich Hill, Missouri.

She was arrested for 1.) Felony possession of controlled substance.

Renee L. Bush was booked into the Bates County Jail and later released.



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