Nov 18 – Report of a motor vehicle accident, Highway Patrol notified
Report of an assault
Nov 19 – Report of an attempted break in
Stockton Fire and a deputy responded to a report of a structure fire
Report of a domestic, a deputy responded
A deputy responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident
Report of a mailbox that had been hit
Report of possible stolen medications
Report of possible social security fraud
Highway patrol was notified of cows out
A deputy responded to a motor vehicle accident
Report of possible id theft
Nov 22 – Chapel Hills fire responded to set up a landing zone for lifeline 3
Report of a dog bite
Report of verbal threats
Report of breaking and entering, a deputy responded
A deputy responded to a reported burglary
Report of an assault.
Nov 23 – Deputy took a report of a possible stolen gun
Report of missing cattle
A deputy responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident car vs deer
Nov 24 – Report of possible stalking
Stockton fire and Caplinger Mills fire were requested for mutual aid in Osceola for multiple structure fires downtown
Ambulances responded to 935 Rd, 328 W Hickory, 501 Rd, 150 Rd, Community Springs Nursing Home, 204 S Jackson, Pittstop, 1705 Van Drive, 701 E Marshall, 905 S Main, 1000 S Allison Rd, 116 W Oak, 1006 Airport Rd, all in El Dorado Springs between 11-18 and 11-24
Ambulances responded to the sheriff's office, 509 Morgan Dr, Stockton Family Care, 1119 W Maplewood, 14425 W Craig, 21195 E Hwy N, 21230 S Hwy 215, 811 Owen Mill Rd x 2, 9076 S Hwy AA, 10635 E 1350 Rd, CCSO Jail, Stockton Walk In Clinic, 1317 Elizabeth, all in Stockton between 11-18 and 11-24
On Saturday Dec. 1, 2012, about 3:40 p.m., the Cedar County Sheriff’s office received a report of a robbery from Allison’s Gas Station. Deputies responded and with the good information given by Deputy Josh King and assistance of the El Dorado Springs Police. Deputy Clay Jeffries noticed a possible suspect at a residence off 97 Hwy. Deputy Jeffries was able to determine that he had the right suspect and detained him until Deputy King arrived and was able to follow up on the investigation. It was found that the suspect had grabbed the money from the register at Allison’s Station and later found the he had also committed a burglary at Allison’s tire shop. It is believed that all the money has been recovered at this time.
Ryan L Cassidy, 23, El Dorado Springs, has been charged with Count 1 burglary 2nd degree Class C felony, Count 2 stealing 3rd degree Class D felony, Count 3 stealing Class D felony. Cassidy is currently being held in the Cedar County jail on $25,000 bond.
Tina Applebee, El Dorado Springs, was also charged with misdemeanor stealing and posted a $500 bond pending court appearances.