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TEXT 911 TO CCSO COMMUNICATIONS

911 TEXT MESSAGES TO COMMUNICATIONS. THIS ALLOWS PEOPLE TO BE ABLE TO TYPE 911 IN THEIR MESSAGE RECIPIENT FIELD AND THEN ENTER THE MESSAGE YOU WANT 911 COMMUNICATIONS PERSONNEL TO SEE. THEY WILL THEN SEND YOU A MESSAGE IN RETURN.
WHENEVER POSSIBLE YOU SHOULD ALWAYS CALL IN CASE OF EMERGENCY RATHER THAN TEXT. WE KNOW THAT THERE ARE CERTAIN SITUATIONS WHERE MAKING THE CALL MAY NOT BE POSSIBLE. REMEMBER THAT YOU ARE USING A CELL PHONE AND CELL PHONE COVERAGE IS SOMETIMES LIMITED.

READ THE ATTACHED FOR MORE INFORMATION.

PLEASE DO NOT SEND TEST MESSAGES. THANK YOU

COUNTY FACEBOOK PAGE DOWN

UPDATE - WE ARE BACK ON LINE WITH FACEBOOK

Due to issues with facebook, many administrators for company pages will not be able to post.  Because of this issue on the facebook side, I cannot post information to facebook, however I can post to the County Web Page.  Sorry for the inconvenience, hopefully facebook will resolve their issue.

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ACCIDENTAL FALL

ACCIDENTAL FALL

On 7/14/2018 at approximately 0040 am, the Camden County Sheriff’s Office responded to a medical call at Camden on the Lake.  Johnathan M. Ainsworth, age 27 from Lee Summit, had fallen two stories from his room’s balcony ledge onto the concrete below.

The victim sustained life threatening injuries and was flown to a trauma center where he is being treated. At this time, the victim remains in serious condition, but is showing signs of guarded improvement.

 

JUNE 29 THROUGH JULY 8, 2018

 

911 CALLS                           558
911 HANG UPS 256
EVENT TOTALS 1773
24 HOUR HOLDS 19
96 HOUR HOLDS 9
ABANDONED VEHICLES 5
ALARMS 62
ANIMAL CONTROL COMPLAINTS 37
ASSAULTS 9
BURGLARY 3
CARELESS AND IMPRUDENT DRIVING COMPLAINTS 39
CITIZEN ASSIST LOCKOUTS 41
CITIZEN ASSIST CHECK THE WELL BEING 28
CITIZEN ASSIST KEEP THE PEACE 10
CITIZEN ASSIST - MOTORIST 8
CIVIL MATTER 15
CIVIL PROCESS RECEIVED 51
CIVIL PROCESS SERVED 26
CIVIL PROCESS NON-EST 1
CRIME PREVENTION AREA/BUSINESS/RESIDENTIAL CHECKS 374
DISTURBANCE 29
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 26
EDP / EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED PERSON 12
EX-PARTE VIOLATIONS 2
FIGHT IN PROGRESS 1
HARASSMENT 10
FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLS 50
JAIL AVERAGE DAILY COUNT 112
JAIL NEW INCARCERATIONS 93
JAIL TOTAL RELEASES 87
JUVENILE COMPLAINTS 17
LOST / RECOVERED PROPERTY 5
MEDICAL CALLS AND EMERGENCIES 118
MISSING PERSON 7
MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS INJURY / NON-INJURY 34
NOISE COMPLAINTS 39
OUTSIDE AGENCY ASSIST 23
PEDESTRIAN CHECKS 28
PROPERTY DAMAGE 22
SEXUAL ASSAULT 3
STEALING 24
SPEICAL DETAIL 26
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY 81
TRAFFIC / ROAD HAZARD / BLOCKED 24
TRAFFIC STOPS 159
     WRITTEN WARNINGS 103
TRESPASSING 6
VEHICLE CHECKS 30
WARRANT SERVICE 16

Injury Accident Involving 14 Year Old Runner

On 7/10/2018 at approximately 7:52 am, the Camden County Sheriff's Office received several 911 calls involving a 14 year old male who had been struck by a vehicle.  The accident occurred in the 300 block of Four Seasons Drive, Lake Ozark, Mo.

 

The vehicle, a 2011 Ford Explorer, was being driven by Joyce Ohde age 67 from Lake Ozark.  The accident occurred when the 14 year old, who is a member of the School of the Osage Cross Country Team, ran into the path of the vehicle driven by Ohde.  The parents of the boy were on the scene when officers arrived.

 

The victim was transported by Staff for Life to the University of Missouri Medical Center in serious condition.

Help Identify Burglary Suspects

WE ARE ASKING FOR THE PUBLIC'S ASSISTANCE IN IDENTIFYING THESE SUSEPECTS.  ON JULY 1, 2018 AT APPROXIMATELY 1:30 AM THEY WERE INVOLVED IN A BURGLARY AT BEAR BOTTOM RESORT.  

IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT THE SUNRISE BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT AT 573-374-7757 OR THE CAMDEN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE AT 573-346-2243.

 

 

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ROAD SIGNS KNOCKED OVER OR DESTROYED

THE CAMDEN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE HAS ONCE AGAIN BEEN RECEIVING REPORT OF STOLEN ROAD SIGNS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY.

WE HAVE ALSO RECEIVED REPORTS THAT SEVERAL ROAD SIGNS HAVE BEEN KNOCKED OVER AND OR DESTROYED IN THE AREA OF EAST BRANCH ROAD, BRANCH, MO., CAMDEN COUNTY.

WE ARE ASKING FOR THE PUBLIC'S HELP IN FINDING OUT WHO IS DESTROYING OR TAKING OUR SIGNS.

AGAIN, IF THERE IS AN EMERGENCY, THE SIGNS ARE A TOOL WHICH ARE USED TO GET YOU THE NECESSARY ASSISTANCE.

PLEASE CONTACT THE CAMDEN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION

573-346-2243.

Rabies and Microchipping

  July 21st 10:00 am until 2:OO PM, there will be a Rabies/microchip clinic, for cats and dogs, free to Camden County Tax payers.   The Clinic will be held at the Stables building next to Canon Smoke Saloon in Sunrise Beach.   This event is sponsored by The Camden County Sheriff's Office, Camden County Health Dept., along with Cat and Canine Animal Shelter and Murphy Spay and Neuter Clinic in Sunrise Beach.   Must show proof of Vaccinations if necessary along with proof of Camden County residency.   If animal (dog or cat) is not current on Rabies vaccinations, it will be upon departure.   All animals being microchipped will have to be current on Rabies Vaccinations prior to the microchipping.   All animals must be contained or restrained from running at large. Other services can be scheduled through the Shelter or Murphy's Clinic.
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BACK TO SCHOOL FAIR

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AVOID BECOMING A VICTIM

Our deputies, as well as officers from other agencies, take reference the theft of purses and wallets on a regular basis.  Many of these items are left unattended in shopping carts, stores, boats, vehicles, and of course, bars.

Not only are you having your cash stolen, but you are setting yourself up for identity theft.  Ladies having a person you don't know watch your purse is just asking for trouble.  There are other ways to carry your money, debit cards or credit cards, without carrying a purse or bulky wallet.

THINK CRIME PREVENTION, DON'T BECOME A VICTIM.

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