The following are excerpts from just some of the reports recently generated by the Texas County Sheriff’s Department:
•Jessica L. Rader, 25, of 7843 Lay Road in Houston, was arrested Aug. 9 for having an active Texas County felony warrant for possession of controlled substance.
A deputy who was familiar with Rader’s vehicle made the arrest after observing it at a Casey’s General Store location in Cabool. She was taken to the Texas County Jail and later released after posting $25,000 bond.
•A 72-year-old Mountain Grove man reported on Aug. 8 that his 2005 GMC Sierra had been stolen from his Hidden Valley Drive residence about a week earlier.
At about 11:10 p.m. Aug. 8, a deputy was dispatched to the man’s residence regarding a complaint of someone entering his vehicle. Upon arrival, the officer observed that the vehicle matched the make, model, color and year of the one he had reported stolen.
The determination was made that the vehicle had never been swiped and the man had forgotten where he parked it.
•Catherine A. Priddy, 23, of 115 W. Highway B at Raymondville, was issued a citation for fourth-degree assault after an incident at her residence on July 28 involving a 21-year-old man.
•A 71-year-old Licking woman reported on Aug. 9 that many items of trash had been dumped on her Highway 32 property.
The woman told an investigating deputy the items included a refrigerator, dryer, couch, scrap metal, tires, a pile of concrete and two mirrors. There are no suspects.
•A deputy was dispatched at about 9:30 p.m. Aug. 5 regarding a domestic dispute involving a 32-year-old man and 25-year-old woman at a Fisher Drive residence at Houston. Neither person wanted to press charges, and the officer advised each of them of the 12-hour rule.
•A 44-year-old Hartshorn man reported on Aug. 3 that someone had released livestock from his Smith Road property, and had damaged and stolen some items.
The man told an investigating deputy that a 14-foot corral gate and a boxer puppy had been stolen, and a automatic livestock waterer and section of fencing had been damaged. The man also stated the SD card had been removed from a game camera set up at the location.
He named a potential suspect. Investigation is ongoing.
Texas County Jail admissions
Billy Joe Carrell – theft
Anna Y. Miller – Webster County hold
Cheyenne Mourning – assault
Lynsey M. Moberly – drugs, stealing, burglary
Michael D. Clouse – Willow Springs warrant
Stephanie L. Golden – stealing
Lucas K. Miller – DWI
Alisha Cook – trespassing peace disturbance, resisting
Matthew Hubble – warrant
Sarah E. Walker – delivery of controlled substance
Shari A. Mozuch – possession of controlled substance
Amie J. Stokes – stealing, DWI, driving while revoked
Barton M. Teague – assault
Brandon T. Hess – child molestation
Nova A. Williams – burglary, stealing
Jasmine Atkinson – failure to obey, resisting, driving while revoked
Michael Sullins – probation and parole warrant
Arthur Castle – possession of controlled substance
Jessica L. Rader – possession of controlled substance
Christine L. Rightnowar – Phelps County warrant