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Monday, November 7, 2016

Hume Community News November 7, 2016

Don’t forget the Deer Hunter’s Breakfast on Saturday, November 12 from 4:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Hume Legion Hall. Come by and enjoy biscuits and gravy. All proceeds go to the Hume Alliance Ministry Food Pantry. The distribution for the food pantry will be the third Saturday of the month, November 19th from 9:00 a.m. to Noon.

The community of Hume wishes to extend their sympathy to the family of Charles Swink of rural Hume. /Stotesbury. He will be greatly missed by family and friends.

The Lord’s Acre Day BBQ and Auction was well attended. The delicious sandwiches and desserts were enjoyed. The afternoon was topped off with a lively auction that was a lot of fun!

Paxton Wooldridge, grandson of Everett and Karen Irwin celebrated his 7th birthday on Sunday, November 6 at Iguana in Nevada with lots of family who enjoyed the evening. He received lots of presents and enjoyed cake and brownies.

The 050 Club will meet November 21 at noon for a Thanksgiving Meal. Everyone is invited to enjoy in a delicious meal at the Hume Community Center. During the winter months we will be meeting once a month on the 3rd Monday at noon at the Hume Community Center.

Obituary - Darryl Vincent Stuhlman

Darryl Vincent Stuhlman, age 66, Parker, Kansas passed away on Saturday, November 5, 2016. 

The rosary will be prayed at 11 am Thursday, November 10, 2016 at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated at 11:30 am. Burial will be in the Church Cemetery. 

Visitation will be held from 10 am to 11 am at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall. The family suggests contributions to the St Philippine Memorial Park in care of Schneider Funeral Home, P.O. Box J, Mound City, Kansas 66056. 

On line condolences can be left at www.schneiderfunerals.com. Arrangements: Schneider Funeral Home and Crematory, Mound City Chapel.

Eldorado Springs man arrested in Cedar County

On 11/7/16 around  4:03pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Cedar County arrested 27 year old Zachary J. Guenther of Eldorado Springs, Missouri.

Mr. Guenther was arrested for 1.) Driving While Intoxicated.

He was booked into the Cedar County Jail in Stockton, Missouri and placed on a 24 hour hold.



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Updated Obituary - Vernon Dale Richardson

Vernon Dale Richardson
Vernon Dale Richardson, 93, of Archie, Missouri, passed away Saturday, November 5, 2016. Memorial services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at the Atkinson Funeral Home in Harrisonville, Missouri with visitation from 9:30-10:30. Inurnment will be in Glenwild Cemetery in Cleveland, Missouri. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to Serenity Care Hospice, 1626 E. Elm, Harrisonville, MO 64701.

Vernon was born August 9, 1923 in West Line, MO, the son of Herbert E. and Opal (Spears) Richardson. He was a 1941 graduate of Freeman High School. Vernon was an Army veteran in WWII, in active duty in the 33rd Armored Regiment, stationed in England, Belgium, and Germany from 1943 to 1945. He was awarded four bronze stars for battles and campaigns in Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes and Central Europe, and a purple heart for injuries received in Germany, on March 5, 1945, and was honorably discharged at the rank of Staff Sergeant.

He married Ruby Prettyman of Freeman, Missouri on December 20, 1946, and then raised a family in Independence, MO. He enjoyed traveling and spending time at the family cabin at the Lake of the Ozarks. He retired from working as a diesel mechanic on heavy construction equipment for the Operating Engineers Local 101, and eventually moved to Archie, Missouri.

Vernon was preceded in death by his parents, Herbert E. Richardson and Opal (Spears) Spielbusch, his brothers Glen, Harold and Ronald, and his sister Rosalea Pennington. He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Ruby (Prettyman) Richardson, of the home; his daughters, Monna Maring, Archie, MO and Beverly Ekstrand, Clinton, MO; his son, Kenny Richardson and wife Debi, Deepwater, MO; a sister, Joyce Farr-Hart, Dickinson, TX, four grandsons, Kevin Ekstrand (Dawn), Mark Ekstrand (Korene), Derek Maring (Amber), Corey Maring and six great-grandchildren.

Butler woman arrested in Cass County

On 11/7/16 around 12:08pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Cass County arrested 23 year old Kodi K. Tyner of Butler, Missouri.

She was arrested for 1.) Felony Possession of Methamphetamine 2.) Felony Possession of Synthetic Narcotics 3.) Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana 4.) Unlawful use of drug paraphernalia 5.) Failure to register a motor vehicle.

Kodi K. Tyner was processed at the Peculiar Police Department and later released.


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Courtesy of the Missouri State Highway Patrol :
https://www.mshp.dps.missouri.gov/HP71/ArrestDetailsAction?TW01REPORTNUMBER=I291563A








Chilhowee woman arrested in Henry County

Cassi D. Licata
On 11/7/16 around 2:35pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Henry County arrested 33 year old Cassi D. Licata of Chilhowee, Missouri.

She was arrested for 1.) Felony United States Marshals Warrant 2.) Misdemeanor Clay County Sheriffs Office Warrant.

Cassi D. Licata was booked into the Henry County Jail and placed on no bond.


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Obituary - Goldie Mae Saathoff

Goldie Mae Saathoff, 83, Adrian, MO, died Monday, November 7, 2016 at Adrian Manor. 

Graveside internment service at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, November 10, 2016 at Sharon Cemetery in Drexel, Missouri, under the direction of Atkinson Funeral Home, Adrian. 

Memorial contributions may be made to Sharon Cemetery or Crescent Hill Cemetery.

(A complete obituary will be posted when information is available).

Obituary - Deborah "Debby" Jo (Sulser) Douglass

Deborah "Debby" Jo (Sulser) Douglass, 63, of Independence, Missouri formerly of Harrisonville, Missouri departed this life on Monday, November 7, 2016 at her home surrounded by family and love.

She is survived by her husband, Darrel W. Douglass of the home; three children, Jody Hayes, Louisburg, Kansas, Jesse Hayes and wife, Tabitha, Raymore, Missouri, Abey Douglass, Farmington, Missouri; 4 grandchildren, Emma Lee Hayes, Tucker Spears, Sophia Hayes and Isabelle Hayes; a brother, David Sulser, Garden City, Missouri; other relatives and many friends.

Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville, Missouri with burial in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Missouri.

Family will receive friends from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at the funeral home.

A complete obituary will be published when it becomes available

Rain is moving in the area


Job opening in Adrian

R Jay's Speed Shop in Adrian is currently looking to hire a part time paint and body guy with experience in restoration work.

If you are interested in this position please call 816-291-4575 or apply in person at S.,202 Old Hwy 71 in Adrian.

MSHP: Please Drive Safely During Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

Colonel J. Bret Johnson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, encourages motorists to include safety in their plans for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday weekend. 

“The long Thanksgiving weekend is an opportunity for people to visit family and friends, which oftentimes means more drivers on the road,” said Colonel Johnson. “It’s important that everyone pay attention while they’re driving. Turn off your cell phones. That text or phone call can wait until you’re off the road. If alcohol is part of your Thanksgiving plans choose a designated driver. On behalf of the employees of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, I wish you a safe and happy Thanksgiving.”

The counting period for the 2016 Thanksgiving holiday weekend is from 6 p.m. Wednesday, November 23, until 11:59 p.m. Sunday, November 27, 2016. During the 2015 Thanksgiving holiday weekend, 13 people were killed and another 627 were injured in 1,817 traffic crashes. That means one person was killed or injured in a traffic crash every 9.6 minutes in Missouri over last year's Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

If you will be traveling this holiday, please make sure your car is in good condition before beginning your trip. It is also important that you are well rested before you start driving. Remember to buckle up -- seat belts save lives! Obey all of the traffic lawsall of the time. There is never a reason to speed, drive aggressively, or drive impaired. 

The Patrol will participate in Operation C.A.R.E (Combined Accident Reduction Effort) during this Thanksgiving holiday weekend. As part of this operation, all available troopers will be assigned to Missouri’s roadways to enforce traffic laws, especially those related to impaired driving, driving over the speed limit, and seat belt/child restraint use. Troopers will be available to assist motorists as needed. 

Over the past several years, the Patrol has used special traffic enforcement projects to further their efforts to decrease traffic crashes and fatalities. This Thanksgiving weekend will include enforcement projects on November 23 and November 27, 2016. Troopers will be assigned at 20-mile intervals along Interstates 29, 35, 44, 55, and 70, as well as U.S. Highways 60 and 63. 

The Highway Patrol’s Emergency Assistance number is 1-800-525-5555 (or *55 on a cellular phone). Motorists should use this emergency assistance number to report traffic crashes, crimes being committed, or other emergencies on Missouri’s highways. When you dial this number anywhere in the state, it rings directly into the closest Patrol headquarters.

The only 100 percent survivable traffic crash is the one that never happens. Make sure everyone in the vehicle is properly restrained in a seat belt or child restraint. Every day as we travel on Missouri’s roadways, we trust that every driver on the road is going to obey the speed limit, pay attention, and drive sober. “Don’t Violate The Trust.”

Butler Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring Ladies Night Out

The Butler Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring Ladies Night on November 21st. 

Come out for some great shopping and fun on the square.

Butler Masonic Lodge sausage and biscuit breakfast

On Saturday, November 12th, from 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m., the Butler Masonic Lodge will have a sausage and biscuit breakfast at the Masonic Lodge Hall. 

Come out for some great biscuits and gravy. This is a free will donation.

Max Motors Butler hosting a Veterans Day Chili Cook-off

Max Motors in Butler will be hosting a Veterans Day Chili Cook-off on Friday, November 11, 2016, 10:45 am.

When: Veterans Day starting at 10:45 am.

Details: We currently have 15 entrants and will be adding more, if you think you have the "best batch" and would like to enter the contest please contact Josh Griffin at 660-679-6567! There will be giveaways, a 50/50 raffle and Live Entertainment from Local Artist Billy Claycomb! We look forward to a meet and greet with our True American Hero’s. Our VETERANS, but our invite is not limited to just our Vets, come out enjoy some gourmet chili, great music and meet our great staff and management team.

We hope to see you here in Beautiful 1108 W Fort Scott St, Butler, Missouri.

Save the Date November 11, 2016, 10:45am.

Wasteland set to rock in Cass County

Join local Butler band Wasteland for our 2nd time playing at The Frog Pond in Peculiar Mo. 

The concert will start at 8:30pm -1230am on November 19, 2016

Wasteland is a rocking 3 man band that plays great rock n roll from the 70's, 80's, 90's, and today!

The Frog Pond is located at 157 S Peculiar Dr, Peculiar, Missouri 64078


https://www.facebook.com/events/367062453635863/

https://www.facebook.com/thewastelandband/

Compass Health Wellness Dental Clinic

Compass Health Wellness Dental Clinic is part of a Missouri non-profit organization that is now offering dental services to Butler R-V School District.  

If you would like your child's teeth to be examined at our dental clinic at Butler Elementary on November 15th and 16th, please have your child ask their teacher for the necessary paperwork to be filled out and returned to the school nurse.  

The school nurse will bring your child to our office located inside the school.  Compass Health Wellness Dental Clinic accepts MC+/Medicaid insurance.

Obituary - Marsha Denise Davis

Marsha Denise Davis, 49, Harrisonville, Missouri departed this life on Sunday, November 6, 2016 at her home.

She is survived by her 3 children, Kathrine Hansen and significant other, Blayne Kesse, Atchison, Kansas, Russell Barr, Warrensburg, Missouri, Angela Barr, Kansas City, Missouri; a granddaughter, Amber Spradley; 5 brothers, Michael Wheeler, Bonner Springs, Missouri, Lawrence Wheeler, Kansas City, Missouri, Lance Wheeler, St. Clair, Missouri, Matthew Wheeler, Hays, Kansas, Stephen Wheeler II, Kansas City, Missouri; three sisters, Leslie Spegal, Kansas City, Missouri, Lisa Swigart, Archie, Missouri, Mercie Ritter, Kansas City, Missouri; other relatives and friends.

Cremation. A Celebration of Life Service will be 6:30 p.m., Friday, November 11, 2016 at the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville, Missouri.

A complete obituary will be published when it becomes available.

At The Pennell in Butler this weekend

Looking for something fun to do in Butler this weekend?

The Pennell located on the Northwest side of the historic Butler Square ( Old Tiona's Inn Building) will be hosting a live music event with Knock kneed Sally starting at 8pm on Friday November 11th and Saturday November 12th at 8pm as well. 

Knock Kneed Sally: Original Bluesy Americana, home based in the Midwest. Knock Kneed Sally continue to have an ever growing following headlining festivals like King Biscuit and shows everywhere. Fronted by Stovepipe Perkins this is a fun fun super tight band.
Everyone is welcomed to attend this great evening of good live music.



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Butler Chamber welcomes new business

Welcome, Russell Cellular!

The Butler Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 1 at the new Verizon/Russell Cellular Store on Ft. Scott St. Chamber members and city officials Gathered with Dwayne Whitmore to witness the official cut. From left: Amanda Carullo, Missy Callahan, Mayor Don Malan, Dwayne Whitmore, Kellie Davidson, Chamber President; City Administrator Casey Koehn, and Chamber Director Lee Anna Schowengerdt.

-our thanks to the Butler Chamber of Commerce

November 2016 Election: Are you ready?

Chances are, you're ready for it to be over...

Not too long from now we'll know who will be the next sitting President of the United states, as well as the winners and losers of state and other races as well.


Locally, Bates County will have a new coroner- which also has been a highly visible contest.

Mid America Live will be publishing local results from the Bates County Courthouse beginning as soon as the ballots start to arrive around 7 pm. Results will be posted via a Facebook link and will also be available by clicking the 'Election Results' link at the top of our home page.

Don't forget (for your entertainment) local figures Mark Muller and Kay Caskey will be debating their political views at the Union Restaurant on the Butler square tomorrow night at 7 pm.

It you haven't voted already, git 'er done. It's your right and duty!

Bates County Circuit Court News 10/31-11/7-2016

  • Debra L Kite v David R Kite, Dissolution of Marriage granted.
  • James D Greer v Amy D Greer, Dissolution of Marriage granted.
  • Joshua C Taylor v Heather R Taylor, Dissolution of Marriage granted.
  • Sandra M Etterling v David R Etterling, Dissolution of Marriage granted.
  • St v. Destinie M Long, probation violation, probation revoked, previous sentence of 5 years in MDOC imposed.
  • St v. Destinie M Long, probation violation, probation revoked, previous sentence of 5 years in MDOC imposed on this case also
  • St v. Casey Wade Morris, guilty plea to amended charge of Misd. Assault, sentenced to 30 days in jail, credit for time already served, to pay court costs.
  • St v. Christopher James Pickens, probation revoked, sentenced to 7 years in MDOC with jurisdiction retained for 120 days.
  • St v. Christopher James Pickens, probation revoked, sentenced to 5 years in MDOC.
  • St v. Christopher James Pickens, probation revoked, sentenced to 7 years in MDOC.
  • St v. Christopher James Pickens, probation revoked, sentenced to 7 years in MDOC.
  • St v. Brian D Watts, probation revoked, sentenced to 7 years on one count, sentenced to 4 years on another count.
  • St v. Robert E Jacobs, probation revoked, sentenced to 5 years in MDOC
  • St v. Christopher R Bailey, admitted probation violation. . .probation extended one year.
  • St v. Christopher James Pickens, guilty plea to Felony possession of controlled substance, methamphetamines, sentenced to 7 years in MDOC with 120 day call back.

Bates County Sheriff’s Office Activity Report October 31, 2016 – November 6, 2016

  • OCTOBER 31, 2016

STRANDED MOTORIST – RICH HILL
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY – RICH HILL
FIRE CALL – ROCKVILLE
FRAUD/IDENTITY THEFT – BUTLER
CHECK WELL BEING – BUTLER
THEFT/STEALING – RICH HILL
FOLLOW UP – RICH HILL
EXTRA PATROL – ADRIAN
DFS ASSIST – WORLAND
DISTURBANCE – ARCHIE
GUN SHOTS HEARD/OBSERVED – HUME
ABANDONED VEHICLE – BALLARD
ASSAULT – ADRIAN
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY – ADRIAN
DISTURBANCE – ADRIAN
CHECK WELL BEING – ADRIAN
CHECK WELL BEING – ADRIAN
AMBULANCE REQUEST – ADRIAN
SPECIAL DETAIL – ADRIAN
CHECK WELL BEING – ADRIAN
ABANDONED VEHICLE – ADRIAN



  • NOVEMBER 1, 2016

ABANDONED VEHICLE – BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE – ARCHIE
ALARM CALL – RICH HILL
ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – RICH HILL
MVA – RICH HILL
PAPER SERVICE – ADRIAN
BURGLARY – HUME
AMBULANCE REQUEST – WORLAND
THEFT/STEALING – ADRIAN
MISCELLANEOUS – ADRIAN
FOLLOW UP – ADRIAN
AMBULANCE REQUEST – ADRIAN



  • NOVEMBER 2, 2016

MVA – BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY – BALLARD
AMBULANCE REQUEST – BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE – RICH HILL
ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – RICH HILL
WARRANT SERVICE – BUTLER
GUN SHOTS HEARD/OBSERVED – AMORET
CONTROLLED BURN – RICH HILL
DISTURBANCE – ADRIAN
ANIMAL CALL – ADRIAN
PEDESTRIAN CHECK – ADRIAN



  • NOVEMBER 3, 2016

DRUNK DRIVER – RICH HILL
EXTRA PATROL – PASSAIC
PEDESTRIAN CHECK – BUTLER
ANIMAL CALL – BUTLER
CIVIL MATTER/STANDBY – ADRIAN
SPECIAL DETAIL – ST JOSEPH
PAPER SERVICE – ADRIAN
PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER
CIVIL MATTER/STANDBY – AMORET
FOLLOW UP – RICH HILL
HOME VISIT – ADRIAN
AMBULANCE REQUEST – BUTLER
CHECK WELL BEING – ADRIAN
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY – ADRIAN
ANIMAL CALL – ADRIAN



  • NOVEMBER 4, 2016

AGENCY ASSIST – BUTLER
AGENCY ASSIST – AMORET
AMBULANCE REQUEST – DREXEL
STOLEN VEHICLE – BUTLER
ALARM CALL – BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER
911 HANG UP – ADRIAN
FIRE CALL – AMORET
GUN SHOTS HEARD/OBSERVED – ADRIAN
PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER
STOLEN VEHICLE – BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER
SUICIDAL PERSON – BUTLER
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY – DREXEL
GUN SHOTS HEARD/OBSERVED – BUTLER
VANDALISM – ADRIAN
ANIMAL CALL – ADRIAN
CHECK WELL BEING – ADRIAN

NOVEMBER 5, 2016
AGENCY ASSIST – BUTLER
AMBULANCE REQUEST – DREXEL
MVA – ADRIAN
HOME VISIT – ADRIAN
PAPER SERVICE – RICH HILL
HOME VISIT – AMORET
HOME VISIT – ADRIAN
MVA – BUTLER
ANIMAL CALL – BUTLER
FIRE STRUCTURE – ADRIAN



  • NOVEMBER 6, 2016

ANIMAL CALL – ADRIAN
AGENCY ASSIST – ADRIAN
AMBULANCE REQUEST – APPLETON CITY
ANIMAL CALL – ADRIAN
HOME VISIT – ADRIAN
EXPARTE VIOLATION – ROCKVILLE
AGENCY ASSIST – BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER
HOME VISIT – AMORET
THEFT/STEALING – BUTLER
FOLLOW UP – BUTLER
PEDESTRIAN CHECK – ADRIAN
THEFT/STEALING – AMORET
TRESPASSING – DREXEL
HARASSMENT – AMORET
SUICIDAL PERSON – RICH HILL
ANIMAL CALL – ADRIAN
FIRE STRUCTURE – RICH HILL










Butler Police Department seeking public assistance

The Butler Police Department is seeking the public's assistance with information leading to the arrest of the person(s) who broke into Chicken Larry's Restaurant located at 12 South Orange Street in Butler sometime in the overnight/early morning hours.

A undisclosed amount of money was taken from the restaurant as well as other small items. 

The person appeared to make entry into the building through a bathroom window.

The Butler Police Department took evidence as well as fingerprints from the scene.

If you have any information that would be helpful in this investigation please call the Butler Police Department at 660-679-6131.


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Guns and Jewelry among items stolen in Bates County Burglary

On 11-01-16 Bates County Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to a burglary in the area of 10000 South West State Route A.

The following items were stolen:
  • Jimenez 9mm handgun.
  • Taurus 9mm handgun.
  • Savage bolt action 30-06 with icon scope.
  • Jewelry box containing two class rings.
  • Misc, ammunition 22, 30-06 and 9mm.
  • $75 US currency.
If you have any information about this burglary, please contact the Bates County Sheriff’s Office at 660-679-3232.

Here kitty kitty!!

Photo Submitted 
This large bobcat was caught last week on a trail camera that was located Southwest of Rich Hill, Missouri just across the Bates and Vernon County Line.

Please be aware of your surrounding when out hunting in the area.


The Bobcat is considered one of the state's "big game species," Missouri's largest bobcat population is located mainly in the Ozarks, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) although several
sightings have been reported throughout Missouri including locally.

Although they are seldom seen, the Ozark highlands is considered prime bobcat habitat as is the Mississippi lowlands to a lesser degree. 

Bobcats still thrive so well in Missouri that the MDC stages an annual hunting and trapping season to keep the population in balance.

Male and female bobcats look alike, sporting black pointed ears with a central light-colored spot and black tufts of fur on the ears. The cat's eyes appear elliptical when in seen bright light, but are nearly round when viewed in dim light. Bobcats are known for their strong feline odor.

Around 18 to 50 inches long, with a three- to eight-inch tail and weighing between eight to 50 pounds, bobcats live mostly in dense forests with second growth underbrush, occasional clearings and rocky outcroppings. Male bobcats have a home territory between 18 and 28 square miles, with females have a somewhat smaller home range. The animals mark their home turf with droppings and/or urine to warn other cats to stay away.


Breeding begins in December and may extend throughout the winter, spring and even into early summer. After a 50- to 70-day gestation period females give birth to a litter of two or three youngsters weighing about 12 ounces each.

The bobcat may not be the only wildcat in Missouri. There have been a few sightings of mountain lions in the state since 1994. Before that, the last documented mountain lion sighting in Missouri was in 1927. Mountain lions can weigh from 90 to 160 pounds and are about 60 to 100 inches long.

Mountain lions are a protected species in Missouri and there is no hunting or trapping season for the animals; however under state law a person may kill a mountain lion if he or she believes they are in danger of attack or if they believe their domestic livestock is being threatened.


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Butler Police Department Activity Report 10/31 - 11/6 - 2016


  • 10/31/2016  

Disturbance 200 W Atkinson
Warrant service 300 block of S Mechanic
Trespassing call N Orange
Trespassing call 800 block of Gregory
911 disturbance 300 block of W Mill
Disturbance 200 block of N Orange

  • 11/01/2016  

Report of child left in car 1000 block of W Mill
Traffic assist Schowengerdt
Keep the peace 300 block of W Mill
Animal complaint 600 block of W Lee

  • 11/02/2016  

Warrant service Mill and Gregory
Noise complaint 100 block of W Chestnut
Warrant service Fulton and Atkinson
Medical assist S Broadway
Medical assist Orange and Adams
Harassment 300 block of N Fulton
C and I driver call S High

  • 11/03/2016  

Fraud report
Warrant service Wal-Mart
Stolen vehicle report
Open door 600 block of E Ft Scott
Medical assist Fran apts
Animal complaint Lee St
Shop Lifter Casey’s on Orange
Theft report 400 block of S Delaware
Disturbance Wal-Mart

  • 11/04/2016  

Accident S Parking lot High School
Warrant service N Fulton
Theft report 300 block of S Mechanic
Alarm 500 block of S Fulton
Disturbance Water and Ohio
Theft thrift Store

  • 11/05/2016  

Disturbance 300 block of W Dakota
Assist MSHP Conoco
Disturbance 303 S Main
Alarm 1100 block of W Ft Scott
Disturbance 300 W Pine
Warrant service W-52 and I-49

  • 11/06/2016 

Accident W-52 and Sunset
Disturbance Park Lane and Wix
Well being check 
Noise complaint 800 block of Gregory
Disturbance 400 block of S Delaware

Eldorado Springs man arrested in Bates County

Jesse W. Dunn 
On 11/6/16 around 10:39pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Bates County arrested 22 year old Jesse W. Dunn of Eldorado Springs, Missouri.

Mr. Dunn was arrested for 1.) Felony Possession of Methamphetamine 2.) Driving while revoked 3.) Possesion of 35 grams or less of Marijuana 4.) Unlawful use of drug paraphernalia 5.) Misdemanor Eldorado Springs Police Department Warrant 6.) Misdemeanor Nevada Police Department Warrant.

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


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Butler man arrested for drug possession in Cass County

On 11/6/16 around 6:47pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Cass County arrested 47 year old Steven E. Catron of Butler, Missouri.

Mr. Catron was arrested for 1.) Felony possession of Methamphetamine 2.) Unlawful use of drug paraphernalia 3.) Expired drivers license.

He was booked into the Cass County Jail and later released.



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