Crime

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Franklin County teenager nearly dies from alcohol overdose – Man arrested for purchasing the alcohol

On August 20, at approximately 2:30 a.m., Deputies responded to a residence in Stanton, MO. to check on the well being of a 15-year-old female juvenile having difficulty breathing.

Incarcerated female commits suicide at Franklin County Jail

Yesterday evening at approximately 7:00 PM, Detention Personnel located an unresponsive female in her jail cell with a sheet wrapped around her neck and tied to a metal cover in the ceiling.  Deputies began CPR until Union Ambulance arrived.

Sheriff Gary Toelke said the female was transported to St. John’s Hospital in Washington where she was pronounced dead a short time later.

UPDATE-ALERT: Identification has been MADE- Franklin County Sheriff's Department - Suspicious vehicle reported

4:30 p.m. -  It appears that the subject in Franklin County is working for a legitimate company; however, consumers should always be cautious when dealing with companies out of state or that they are not familiar with.

Sheriff Gary Toelke said, "We appreciate the call from the concerned citizen and encourage others to do the same when they observe suspicious activity."

Three arrested after several burglaries in St. Clair area

On August 2, 2011, a resident in the 400 block of Perkins Road outside of St. Clair, Mo., reported a burglary had occurred at their home when they noticed the garage door was detached.

Cheif Sheible gives monthly crime report at Monday's City Meeting

Police Chief John Sheible delivered his monthly report during the city meeting Monday night. 

The July police report included 57 traffic stops, 45 assigned cases, and 463 calls for service.  Sheible said, "Robert Joyce resigned from the force on July 28, after being employed with the department for only 21 days.  Rob Kuhlman will start on the force immediately working weekends and wil become full time on August 12."

Woman sentenced to prison for seven years for stealing the identity of her special needs sister

Assistant Chief Tan Terry spoke with QNHN this morning.  Terry said, “Sergeant Meg Parks had began an investigation into Rebecca Cagle who had been suspected of passing bad checks in New Haven.”  Parks quickly learned during her investigation that Cagle did not have a checking account and was in a nursing facility because of her handicap.  During Parks investigation she located a Missouri ID in Cagle’s name however the photo of a female was later identified as Cagle’s sister, Katrina Oldham.

New Haven Police arrest subject last night stealing from unlocked car - Subject had outstanding warrant in Gasconade County

Officer Eric Visocan observed two males walking away from a car while on patrol at 2 a.m. this morning at the intersection of Locust Street and Morgan Street.  Visocan noticed the dome light was on in the same car.  He proceeded to stop the two men, who were carrying an empty backpack and a pair of pliers.

New Haven resident decides to cut down tree limbs over hanging phone line

New Haven Police and Fire Departments responded for a report of power lines down in the 200 block of Selma Street.  Fire crews were quickly disregarded because the reporting party thought it was a power line, but instead the line was for phone service

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Paramedics and police officers assaulted by mentally ill subject

Yesterday afternoon New Haven Police responded to assist New Haven EMS in the 500 block on Olive Street for a report of a mentally ill subject.

Missouri State Trooper suffers minor injuries in attempt to arrest subject after police pursuit

On Thursday, July 14, 2011, at approximately 1:30 a.m., a member of the Missouri State Highway Patrol stopped a Pontiac Grand Prix near the intersection of Sherman and Missouri 94 in St. Charles, Missouri.  As the trooper approached the vehicle, the driver stated he had outstanding warrants for his arrest.  The trooper reached into the vehicle in an attempt to arrest the driver.  The driver then drove from the scene, dragging the trooper several feet before the trooper fell to the pavement. 

ALERT: UPDATE: Missing person found unharmed - State of Missouri Endangered person advisory issued by Chesterfield Police Department

8:02 p.m. The Cheterfield Police Department released a statement brief statement saying that Haque, Wasayul S, has been found unharmed

The Chesterfield Police Department has issued an Endangered Person Advisory for a missing person incident that occurred at Woodroyal East Rd. Chesterfield, MO at 7:00 a.m. on 07/13/2011.

The endangered missing person:

New Haven Police Department hires part-time officer

The New Haven Police Department recently hired a new officer.  Rob Joyce will be working part-time for the department.  Click here to read more.

Joyce is from Marthasville, Mo where he has lived for the past 28 years.  He chose to get into law enforcement to help people in whatever way he can.  The New Haven Police Department is happy to welcome Joyce to the force and the New Haven Community.

New Haven Police Department identify suspect in Wednesday's burglery

This past week on Wed., July 6, 2011 the New Haven Police Department responded to a report of a burglary at 125 Front Street.  Click here to read more.

Sgt. Margaret Parks said the suspected subject had broken out a window and entered the residence.  Parks said tools were removed from the house and evidence was collected from the scene by the New Haven Police Department.  

10 people killed in car accidents during holiday weekend

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported this morning that 10 people died in traffic crashes during the 2011 July Fourth holiday counting period. The counting period began at 6 p.m., Friday, July 1, 2011, and ended at 11:59 p.m., Monday, July 4, 2011.

Missouri State Highway Patrol to aggressively enforce all traffic violations this 4th of July weekend

Missouri State Highway Patrol will be conducting two projects throughout the Fourth of July holiday weekend, in an effort to promote safety and to reduce the number of crashes in the Troop C area. Operation C.A.R.E. (Combined Accident Reduction Effort) will be conducted on Interstates 270, 70, 64, 55, 44, and U.S. Highway 40/61. This effort will run the entire holiday counting period which starts this evening and will continue until 11:59 p.m. on Monday, July 4, 2011.

New Haven PD dash cam video of hot pursuit

Click heading to view the dash cam video of New Haven PD police chase on May 16th.

Police confirm missing Gerald girls get into dark blue vehicle and head east

Wednesday July 11 6:15 p.m.

Gerald, Mo. – Gerald Police Chief Tommie Lowe spoke with us a few moments ago about a third report they had just received.

Lowe said, "We have received a third report that Makayla and Cienanna Kosatka were seen Monday morning near the intersection of Old Highway 50 and Highway 50, just east of Gerald, Mo."

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