Crime

MESSAGE TO FUTURE VISITORS: Hermann is great fun, unless you go too far

by Jeff Noedel

CNL Publisher

Written in the last hour of Oktoberfest 2011 (5:30 p.m., Sun., Oct. 23, 2011)

UPDATED BREAKING NEWS: Last night's standoff of ends peacefully

New Haven Police responded for a report of a possible assault in the 9400 block of highway 100.  Once officers arrived the subject fled on foot into his apartment.  One of the officers then heard a shotgun being racked behind the door to the apartment.

High speed chase on I-44 -- Suspect able to get away

Last week on Sat. Oct. 15 Franklin County Deputy observed a vehicle that was believed to be occupied by a wanted suspect at the 255 mile marker of I-44. The deputy attempted to stop the vehicle however, the driver sped off.  The Deputy began pursuit several miles and crossing into to Crawford County and then back in to Franklin County until the deputy lost sight of the suspect. 

TODAY: Woman goes topless in the middle of downtown Warrenton to please "lonely" detainees in Warren County Jail - Her arrest followed

First in a Series
by Aaron Sutton
Career Law Enforcer

Franklin County's ERT makes forcible entry -- Locate subjects hiding inside a couch

Last week on Tues., Oct. 11 during a police chase on Rye Creek Road, eight miles south of St. Clair, a deputy with Franklin County was involved in an accident during the chase.  Deputies were unable to locate the vehicle afterwards.

Two days later on Thur., Oct. 13 deputies were able to determine who the driver of the fleeing vehicle was and able to locate the subject, Cameron Shinkle, at his residence on Rye Creek Road. 

Franklin County Deputy involved in accident during a pursuit

This past Tues., Oct. 11 around 7 p.m. Franklin County Deputies were searching for a subject with an outstanding warrant in the area of Rye Creek and Yellow Dog Road

Hermann Police help camper out of Frene Creek Saturday night

Story by: Jeff Noedel CNL Publisher

Three males get into a fight -- Female comes out with a shotgun

Yesterday New Haven Police officers responded for a report of a fight in progress involving weapons near the area of Maupin Street and Maiden Lane.

The subjects had fled the scene prior to officers arriving. The reporting party stated at least three men were fighting in the street, and a woman came out of the residence and had displayed a pump action shotgun and chambered a round, causing two of the men to run away.

Man brutally beaten over prescription drug XanaX

Sat., Oct. 1 2011 at approximately 9:00 pm, Franklin County Deputies responded to the Emergency Room at Mercy Hospital in Washington for a report of an assault. When Deputies arrived they made contact a 46-year-old victim from Villa Ridge.  The victim had been severely beaten and was reportedly found by family members after being left unconscious in a ditch road side in the Villa Ridge area.

Intoxicated male attempts to take 2-year-old daughter -- Mother airlifted after being run over by vehicle

 

On Sat., Sept 24, around midnight, Franklin County Deputies and the Missouri State Highway Patrol responded to a residence near the Gray Summit Post Office.  When they arrived there were several subjects visiting the residence.

Witnesses reported a male subject at the residence that had become intoxicated. According to reports, the subject wanted to leave with his 2-year-old daughter, however the mother refused to let him take her or have access to the 2-year-old

Franklin County Deputies discover meth lab -- Four arrests were made

At approximately midnight on Sun., Sept. 18, 2011 deputies were on a routine patrol in the 1000 block of Hwy AT when they detected a strong chemical odor. They associated the order similar to the production of methamphetamine.

8 month old listed in critical condition -- Father hit child causing head injury

On Sat., Sept. 10, the mother of an 8-month old male picked him up from his father.  The mother and father of the child are currently separated.

The mother noticed what appeared to have burn marks on the child’s leg area.  The mother took the child to Mercy Hospital in Washington, Mo.  The emergency room physicians examined the burns and also located a head injury.

Franklin County Sheriff Deputies arrest 23 for DWI

Union, MO - Missouri roads are safer, thanks to law enforcement cracking down on impaired drivers and working to make sure motorists think twice about traffic safety Aug. 19 - Sept. 5.

Male and female from New Haven arrested for burglary in Beaufort area

On Wed., Sept. 7, 2011 at approximately 2:41 PM, Franklin County deputies responded to a residence in the 800 block of Wild Rose Lane outside the city limits of Beaufort, Mo.  Neighbors in the area reported seeing a suspicious vehicle at that residence.

Upon arrival, deputies observed a vehicle parked at the residence and the front door was standing open.  Deputies ordered anyone inside the residence to come out with their hands in the air.  A white male and female came out stating that there was a misunderstanding.  The male subject had a cut on his wrist.

New Haven Police Department is doing their part to keep roadways safer for drivers

 

The New Haven Police Department participated in the “You Drink & Drive. You Lose.” crackdown conducted Aug. 19 through Sept. 5. During the enforcement effort, officers issued a total of 18 traffic tickets including: 1 Driving while Intoxicated, 11 speeding tickets, and 6 other traffic violations.  One warrant arrest was also made as a result of the campaign.  In addition, the New Haven Police Department made 81 traffic stops, issuing 67 warnings along with the 18 citations.

Weiser arrested after choking his girlfriend

On Sun., Aug. 28, around 1:00 a.m., New Haven Police Officers responded to a residence in the Circle Drive Apartment complex in reference to an open 911-phone line.  Dispatchers told officers they could hear screaming and a child crying over the open line.

New Haven Officers use state of the art firearms training simulator

Pictured above: Officer Eric Visocan simulating firearm scenario.

New Haven Police cracking down on impaired drivers - "You Drink and Drive, You Lose"

The sobering fact is that impaired driving contributes to nearly 30 percent of all Missouri traffic fatalities. In 2010, 234 people were killed and 957 seriously injured in crashes involving an impaired driver.

The New Haven Police Department will join other Missouri Law Enforcement agencies to crack down on drunk driving beginning tomorrow Fri., Aug 19 through Mon., Sept 5.

You Drink & Drive, You Lose - Sobriety check points this weekend

Franklin County Deputies will be conducting sobriety checkpoints this upcoming weekend of August 26-28, 2011. Sobriety checkpoints are conducted in cooperation with Missouri Department of Transportation (MODOT) in attempt to make the roadways of Franklin County safer for motorists.

BREAKING NEWS: Truck stolen this evening from a residence on MacArthur Street

At approximately 6 p.m. this evening New Haven Police responded to a residence located on MacArthur Street for a report of a stolen truck.  Assistant Chief Dan Terry said, “The truck was not locked and the keys were in the truck when it was stolen.”

The stolen truck is similar to the picture above.

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