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Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Two Stolen Vehicles Recovered Leads to Arrests in Vernon County

According to Vernon County Sheriff Jason Mosher, Deputies were involved in two separate incidents over the weekend that resulted in the recovery of stolen property and illegal drugs. 

On Sunday morning, Deputies attempted a traffic stop on a vehicle in rural Milo, MO while performing community checks, which resulted in the vehicle fleeing from Deputies.

Deputies pursued the vehicle into Jasper County where Deputies with the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office were able to successfully deploy spike strips causing the tires to go flat. One female was taken into

Deputies pursued the vehicle into Jasper County where Deputies with the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office were able to successfully deploy spike strips causing the tires to go flat. One female was taken into custody and suspected methamphetamine was located in the vehicle. 

The vehicle was confirmed to be stolen out of Kansas City, MO. The suspect has been identified as 26-year-old Destiny Bisbee of Grandview, MO. The Courts issued a warrant for Bisbee charging her with Tampering with a Motor Vehicle and Resisting Arrest for a Felony. Bisbee is being held in the Vernon County Jail on a $50,000 cash only bond. 

On Sunday afternoon, Deputies stopped to check on a stranded motorist on E. 54 Hwy in rural Nevada, MO. During the investigation, the Deputy was able to discover that the vehicle was reported stolen out of Springfield, MO. 

One male was taken into custody and has been identified as 36-year-old Nathaniel Vonallmen of Brighton, MO. The Courts issued a warrant for Vonallmen charging him with Tampering with a Motor Vehicle. Vonallmen is being held in the Vernon County Jail on a $10,000 cash only bond. 

On Tuesday afternoon, Detectives executed a search warrant on the recovered vehicle and was able to locate suspected methamphetamine as well as multiple firearms. 

Sheriff Mosher said this is a great example of community policing and commends the deputies involved for their efforts in keeping our community safe.