Nov. 3 – Michelle Terrell, 38, Bolivar, arrested on St. Clair County warrant at the St. Clair County jail on a St. Clair County warrant charging her with class C felony burglary-second degree. Bond set at $15,000 cash or surety.
Charge stems from incident on June 29 when St. Clair County deputies were called to South 17th Street, Collins, in reference to a burglary in progress. During investigation it was learned Terrell and Troy Osborn unlawfully entered a residence. Homeowner, Kimberly Aldridge, arrived at home and found Osborn and Terrell inside her residence. There was evidence several items were gone through in the residence.
Nov 4 – Deputy took burglary report on NE 450 Rd. George Harper reported someone entered his residence and shop building and stole a skill saw, two tires and two wheels from vehicle parked in his field. Suspect identified and later located. Skill saw recovered and suspect taken into custody and later released pending formal charge.
Nov 5 – Deputy arrested Paul Reaves, 52, Collins, on Hickory County warrant for failing to appear in court on misdemeanor charge of driving while suspended/revoked. Bond set at $250 cash only.
Nov. 6 – Deputy took report regarding stolen jewelry on North Griswald Street, Lowry City. Brenda Thomas stated she noticed several pieces of jewelry missing from her jewelry box next to her bed. Items missing include a class ring, wedding band and diamond engagement ring. All were 18k gold. Thomas also reported an Elgin wrist watch with a gold and silver band, a pair of half carat diamond stud earrings set in gold, and a pair of one carat diamond stud earrings set in silver missing. Total value of missing jewelry estimated $4,850. Report forwarded to Lowry City Police Department for further investigation.
Deputy took a report in reference to theft and property damage on NE 951 Rd. Joseph Smith reported a Cuddie Back trail camera stolen. Smith also reported a window to his garage was broken out. Damage and value of item estimated at $200. Suspect identified and camera recovered. A suspect was taken into custody and later released pending formal charge.
Nov 8 – Deputy arrested Jason Greenwell, 41, Deepwater, at Casey’s General Store in Appleton City on Henry County warrant for probation violation on original class C felony domestic assault. Bond set at $5,000 cash only. Warrant issued Sept. 30 and stems from original incident April 2012.
Nov. 10 – Kristina Courtemanche, 39, Appleton City, arrested on St. Clair County warrant charging her with class A misdemeanor on domestic assault third degree. Bond set at $3,500 cash or surety.
Charge stems from St. Clair County Sheriff’s office investigation the previous day when deputies responded to residence on Beech Street, Appleton City, in reference to an assault. During investigation it was discovered Courtemanche charged at a male juvenile and knocked him to the floor causing an injury to his wrist. Juvenile’s mother, Pamela Mealman, stepped between the two and was punched in the head. Courtemanche and Mealman are living together at the residence as domestic partners.
Warrant issued for Mitchell Gibbs, 25, Joplin, charging him with probation revocation on original class C felony charge of passing bad checks. Bond set at $494.50 cash only. Original charge stems from incident July 2013.
Nov. 9 – Warrant issued for John Mead, 47, Clinton, charging him with class C felony possession of a controlled substance. Bond set at $15,000 cash or surety.
Charge stems from investigation Oct. 16 when St. Clair County deputy called to assist Missouri Department of Conservation Agent Zeb Jordan who made contact with Mead at King’s Prairie Conservation Area on Hwy T. A partially smoked marijuana cigarette was noticed lying in the front seat of Mead’s vehicle. During investigation 36 grams of marijuana were located in Mead’s vehicle. Marijuana was divided into five glass containers inside a black bag under the driver’s seat. Wooden container with marijuana residue also located.
Nov 13 – Chevy Ashbaker, 18, Sheldon, arrested on St. Clair County warrant charging him with three counts of class C felony arson second degree. Bond set at $30,000 cash only. Charges stem from investigation started on Sept 16 when St. Clair deputies were called to three suspicious fires in the Taberville area. Deputies took initial reports and investigations turned over to Missouri State Fire Marshal.
Nov. 15 – Haydee Smith, 18, El Dorado Springs, arrested on St. Clair County warrant charging her with unclassified misdemeanor of minor visibly intoxicated and two class B misdemeanor charges of property damage-second degree. Bond set at $1,500 cash or surety. Missouri State Highway Patrol made the arrest in St. Clair County.
Charges stem from incident Feb. 3 when traffic stop initiated on vehicle she was a passenger in on NW 1501 Rd, Appleton City. During investigation a breath test indicated a positive presence of alcohol on Smith’s breath. During investigation Smith taken into custody and placed in front passenger seat of patrol vehicle. Throughout incident, Smith continuously kicked dash and banged her head on window causing damage to GPS unit mount and power outlet on center console. Total damage estimated at which is valued at $694. Smith originally charged with the crimes in April and charges were later dismissed by prosecutor. Nov. 9, charges were refilled with the court.
Shawn Hughes, 28, Springfield, arrested on St. Clair County warrant for failing to appear in court on class A misdemeanor charge of non support. Bond set at $200 cash only.
Nov. 15 – David McKinney, 35, Appleton City, arrested on two St. Clair County warrants for probation violations on original misdemeanor charges of domestic assault-third degree and assault on a law enforcement officer-third degree. Total bond set at $2,000 cash or surety. The Osceola Police Department made the arrest at the probation and parole office.
Original charges stem from incident Jan. 27, 2016, when St. Clair County deputies responded to Third Street in Appleton City in reference to a domestic disturbance in progress. McKinney allegedly threatened the life of a female victim and her family. Victim stated McKinney refused to let her leave the house. Later the same day a deputy made contact with McKinney and he threatened the life of the deputy. During the contact, McKinney made advances placing the deputy in apprehension of physical attack.
Deputies took burglary report on NE 1174 Private Rd. Dr. John Ure reported his house broken into and Mac Book Pro, Sony camera and Sony Camcorder missing. Total value of itemsestimated at $4,000. Evidence collected at scene and investigationongoing. Sheriff Keeler urges those with any related information should contact the St. Clair County Sheriff’s office Tip Line, 417-646-5832, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nov. 15 – Ronald Botteron, 46, Osceola, arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging him two counts, class A misdemeanor littering and class B misdemeanor property damage-second degree. Bond set at $3,500 cash or surety.
Charges stem from St. Clair County Sheriff’s office investigation Oct. 23 when deputy took report in reference to Botteron discarding a plastic bowl of nails on NE 175 Rd near NE 171 Road, and causing damage to tires on Smith’s vehicles as well as vehicles owned by other individuals. Osceola Police Department made arrest at the probation and parole office.
Nov. 16 – St Clair County warrant issued for Skyla Carroll, 28, Osceola, for failing to appear in court on class A misdemeanor charge of assault-third degree. Bond set at $2,500 cash or surety.
Original charge stems from St. Clair County Sheriff’s office investigation March 12 when deputies took assault report at residence on NE CC Hwy. Investigation discovered Carroll struck two male individuals with a closed fist.
St. Clair County warrant issued for Monishia Brown, 20, Springfield, for failing to appear in court on two class C felony forgery charges and class C felony charge of tampering with a motor vehicle. Bond set at $10,000 cash or surety.
Nov 17 – Justin Johnson, 21, Osceola, arrested on St. Clair County warrant charging him with three counts of class C felony arson second degree. Bond set at $30,000 cash only. Charges stem from investigation started Sept. 16 when St. Clair County deputies called to three suspicious fires in Taberville area. Deputies took initial reports and investigations turned over to Missouri State Fire Marshal.
Disclaimer: Arrest records are public information. Any indication of an arrest does not mean the individual identified has been convicted of a crime. All persons arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Court Case updates
Samuel O’Bryan placed on probation
Daniel Smith placed on probation
Micky Kottwitz placed on probation
Lauren Crawford pleads guilty. Sentencing set for Nov. 28.
Jacob Hudgens placed on probation
Timothy Wingard pleads guilty. Sentencing set for Nov. 28.
Micka White pleads guilty. Sentencing set for Oct. 31.
David Eaton sentenced to Missouri Department of Corrections in two cases
Lucas Santellano pleads guilty. Sentenced to county jail.
Ronald Shivers Jr. sentenced to 15 years
Stephanie Shivers sentenced to 10 years and ordered to be placed in long term substance abuse program
Misty Bennink sentenced in two cases
Rebecca Terrill placed on probation
Troy Osborn sentenced to serve seven years in Department of Corrections
Josiah Heuermann sentenced to serve seven years in Department of Corrections
Valerie Richards placed on probation
Jacob Harper found guilty. Sentencing set for Jan. 3, 2017
Brent Thomas placed on probation