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Summary of Events - February 4 through February 10, 2019

911 Calls 155
911 Hang Up Calls 34
24 Hour Holds 1
96 Hour Holds 3
Alarms 29
Animal Control 15
Assaults 3
Burglary 1
Careless and Imprudent Driving Complaints 4
Citizen Assist 23
Civil Process Received 64
Civil Process Served 28
Civil Process NonEst 6
Civil Matter 6
Crime Prevention Area/Residential/Amenity/Business Checks 127
Death Investigation - Natural 1
Disturbance 1
Domestic Violence 5
Emotionally Disturbed Person 4
ExParte Violations 2
Harassment 6
Juvenile Complaints 4
Larceny/Stealing 9
Motor Vehicle Accidents 7
Outside Agency Assists 16
Property Damage 2
Suspicious Activity 34
Traffic Stops 37
Vehicle Checks 8
Warrant Service  8
Warrant Service Attempts 21

2019 Sheriff's Shoot

The 3rd Annual Camden County Sheriff's Office Shoot will be on
May 19, 2019 beginning at 10 AM.  The $35.00 entry fee includes lunch.  

Raffle tickets for a Henry 22 rifle, (Law Enforcement engraved with a custom serial number and embroidered gun case), are $5.00 each
or 5 tickets for $20.00.  

Come out and have a great time with us! Food, Raffles, Drinks and Prizes

 

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CCW LICENSES

Anyone who received a CCW License from Camden County, please check the expiration dates on those licenses.  

If expired, contact the CCW Administrator at 573-346-2243 x 299 to make an appointment for renewal.  

Thank you

Missing Person from Laclede County

The family of Karrissa Hicks has requested that post the Missing Person flier in hopes that someone has seen her.

 

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Crime Prevention / Education

I realize that I probably harp on this issue way to often but gentle reminders can't hurt.  We often times can prevent making ourselves a victim.  The crime prevention triangle mentions, the target, the desire and the opportunity.

Unfortunately, because the majority of our property crimes and some of the crimes against persons, are drug related, the desire is increased.

We, as potential victims, can reduce the opportunity which make the target less desirable.  Criminals, for the most part, prefer easy targets so you can see how the triangle applies to crime prevention.

Most of the reports taken by our deputies and in fact the majority of Law Enforcement unfortunately contain vague descriptions of the stolen property because the owners simply can't provide the information.  They know their Winchester Rifle and big screen TV and watch are gone, but they don't know the make, model or serial numbers, or for that mater, any unusual marks. 

If we stop a would be thief and the property has not been described thoroughly with the make, model, serial number, color, size, etc., he or she may be able to walk away.  We want to catch the thief as much as you want them to be caught. 

Law Enforcement property rooms are packed full with property that can not be properly identified by victims.  Consequently the property remains in those rooms for years until destroyed. You gun enthusiast would cry if you saw the guns that we are forced to chopped up.   

Make a log of your valuables, including tools, farm equipment,  tack, jewelry.  Anything that you think would be "desirable".  That does not necessarily mean that it has to be an expensive item.  You would be surprised with what has been stolen.  Include all identifiers for the items.  Be detailed.  Don't forget your fishing equipment and accessories. Don't leave your fishing equipment in your boat over night while it is parked on shore or in a dock.  There are some thieves that troll the fishing tournaments knowing that they have the opportunity to cash in on expensive equipment.  

Photograph all your items, especially those items that don't have serial numbers or owner applied numbers. Items with owner applied numbers can be entered in MULES and NCIC as if they had serial numbers. Don't forget your collectibles. 

If you would like a sample of the log, it is attached

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FYI

Remember that if you want to reach a government site, it will most likely end in .gov.  Avoid opening a site that has the word Ad in a box before the website.

For example: If you attempt to order a duplicate birth certificate from what you thought to be a government website

Drug Arrests / Warrant Arrests

 
Wilson             Stokes                Headly

 


On 1/26/2019 at approximately 1 am, LANEG, Osage Beach Police, and the Camden County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant at a residence located on Bridgepoint Dr., Osage Beach, Mo.  

During the search warrant, several items of drug paraphernalia and a quantity of methamphetamine were seized.

Arrested:

Marc D. Headly age 35 of Camdenton, Felony Failure to Appear Warrant, prior charges Felony Stealing, Felony Assault

Stacy N. Moss age 39 of Olean, Miller County Warrant 

Shane Stokes age 43 of Osage Beach, Delivery of a Controlled Substance Class C Felony, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Class C Misd.  - Bond $2000.00 cash or $20,000 surety

Danielle M. Wilson age 34 of Osage Beach, Delivery of a Controlled Substance Class C Felony, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Class C Misd.  - Bond $2000.00 cash or $20,000 surety

Headly, Stokes and Wilson being held in the Camden County Adult Detention Center.  Moss was transferred to the Miller County Detention Center.

 

 

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Drug Arrests - Ellis and Warren

On January 25, 2019 at approximately 6:30 pm, the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group (LANEG) and the Camden County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant at a residence on Camdenwood Dr, Camdenton, Mo.

As a result of the search warrant, several items of drug paraphernalia, and methamphetamine and marijuana packaged for sale, were located.

Arrested:

Chelsie R, Ellis. w/f, age 31 from Camdenton, being held at the Camden County Detention Center on charges of Class D Felony Possession Controlled Substance and Class D Misdemeanor Possession Drug Paraphernalia, bond $5000.00 cash or $50,000.00 surety.

Terry R. Warren, w/m, age 59, from Roach, being held at the Camden County Detention Center on charges of Contempt of Court Violation of Judges Orders, No Bond, Class D Felony Possession Controlled Substance and Class D Misdemeanor Possession Drug Paraphernalia, bond $5000.00 cash or $50,000.00 surety.

 

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DEATH SUNRISE BEACH CONDO COMPLEX

On 1/21/2019 at approximately 10:00 am, Camden County Sheriff’s Office was called to a condominium complex located in Sunrise Beach, reference a subject who had fallen from the balcony of an upper unit, not under construction, an estimated 60 ft.

Sunrise Beach Fire, Lake West Ambulance and Deputies responded.  Upon arrival, CPR was being performed on a 41-year-old male from Lake Ozark by a co-worker.  The victim was employed by one of the construction companies working at the complex.

The victim was declared deceased at the scene.  No foul play is suspected.

 

Search Warrant Arrests Sunrise Beach

On January 16, 2019 at approximately 8 pm, the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group and the Camden County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant at a residence in Sunrise Beach.  

As a result of the search warrant, methamphetamine, amphetamine tablets, and drug paraphernalia used in the distribution and consumption of controlled substance were seized.  

One white male age 46, a white female age 39 and a white female age 43 were arrested and transported to the Camden County Jail.  The 39 year old female was also arrested on an outstanding warrant for violation of her bond conditions.

Additional information will be provided upon receipt of formal charges.

 

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