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ARREST - DARRELL A ROUNTREE

 

After a three month investigation by Camden County Deputy, Darrell A. Rountree, age 28 of Camdenton, was taken into custody and charged with:

1 Count  -  Violating Section 568.060 Class D Felony of Abuse or Neglect of a child (no sexual contact)

4 Counts -  Violating Section 566.062 by committing the Felony of Statutory Sodomy 1st Degree - Deviate Sexual Intercourse with a person less than 14 years old - Serious Physical injury/displays deadly weapon or dangerous instrument/subjects victim to intercourse with more than one person/victim who is less than 12 years of age.

Rountree is being held in the Camden County Adult Detention Center - No Bond

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ARREST - BLAIN CODY HEIER

On 6/11/2019 CCSO Deputies responded to a residence on Vantage Point reference a Domestic in progress.

Arrested was 31 year old Blain Heier of Camdenton.  Heier was taken to the Camden County Detention Center and charged with:

Class B Felony Burglary 1st Degree
Class D Felony of Possession of a Controlled Substance
Class D Felony of Possession of a Controlled Substance
Class D Felony of Possession of a Controlled Substance
Class D Felony of Possession of a Controlled Substance
Class E Felony of Domestic Assault
Class E Felony of Resisting Arrest

Heier is being held on a $2000.00 cash only or $20,000.00 surety bond.

 

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NEW VETERANS RECOGNITION SIGN UNVEILED

ON 6/6/2019 IN RECOGNITION OF THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF D-DAY AS WELL AS OUR 1ST SCHEDULED VETERAN'S COURT, THE OLD "WE SUPPORT OUR TROOPS SIGN" WAS RETIRED AND A NEW LIGHTED ONE PUT IN ITS PLACE.

THE OLD SIGN HAD BEEN DISPLAYED FOR NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AND WAS IN PRETTY BAD SHAPE.

A VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO THE DESIGNER WHO DONATED HIS  LABOR TO MAKE THE SIGN, WILL JENNINGS WITH EYEDEAL DEZIGNZ, AND MEL MILLER, CAMDEN COUNTY MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR, PICTURED HERE WITH SHERIFF TONY HELMS, FOR ALL OF HIS HARD WORK PLACING THE SIGN.

THE SIGN IS LIT AND IS A TRIBUTE TO ALL OF OUR VETERANS, PAST AND PRESENT.

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Person of Interest Criminal Activity - Dillon Marschke

The Camden County Sheriff's Office is attempting to locate Dillon J. Marschke age 27 of the Sunrise Beach and Camdenton.  Marschke is a person of interest in multiple incidents involving criminal activity.  Marschke is described as being 6', 175, brown hair, blue eyes.  

Marschke currently has existing warrants out of other jurisdictions.

If you have any information, please contact the Camden County Sheriff's Office at 573-346-2243 or your nearest Law Enforcement Agency.  

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Burglaries - Trap Shoot A Road

We have received numerous reports of motorhomes/campers being broken into at the Trap Shoot Gun Range located on A Road in Linn Creek, Mo., Camden County.

If anyone has any information, please contact the Camden County Sheriff's Office at 573-346-2243.

 

Dillon Johnson

     UPDATE - DILLON JOHNSON HAS BEEN LOCATED AND TAKEN INTO CUSTODY.  HE IS CURRENTLY IN ST. GENEVIEVE COUNTY, JAIL.   UPDATE - We are still attempting to locate Dillon C. Johnson w/m, 6'1", approximately 180 pounds, blue eyes. Multiple tattoos. Any information regarding Johnson, contact the Camden County Sheriff's Officer or your local law enforcement agency. ........... On 5/26/2019 at approximately 10:23 pm, a Deputy with the Camden County Sheriff's Office attempted to stop a vehicle on Hwy 5 in Camdenton. The driver, believed to be Dillon Johnson, refused to stop and a pursuit began. The vehicle eventually stopped in the area of Wigwam Trail at which time Johnson exited the vehicle and fled on foot. A foot pursuit ensued. While searching for Johnson, the Deputy could hear the residents of a home located on East Lakeview Acres screaming. Johnson had entered the residence where it is believed he stole a firearm from one of the occupants and fled back into the woods. Johnson's female companion, Saige Vincent age 23 of Sunrise Beach was arrested on an existing warrant out of Sunrise Beach. Johnson is currently on P/P and there are existing warrants for his arrest.   Deputies went door to door advising residents to remain in their homes and to lock their doors. At this time, Johnson has not been located.   Please, before you leave your residences, we are asking that you be aware of your surroundings, including vehicles and outbuildings. If there is anything out of the ordinary, dial 911. If anyone knows Johnsons' whereabouts please contact your local Law Enforcement.
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Holiday Weekend Stat Summary 5/24 through 5/27/2019

CALLS FOR SERVICE 638
911 CALLS 252
24 HOUR HOLDS 17
96 HOUR HOLDS 3
ALARMS 13
ANIMAL CONTROL 23
ASSAULTS 2
BURGLARY 9
CARELESS DRIVING 9
CITIZEN ASSIST 41
CIVIL CASE 5
CRIME PREVENTION AREA/RESIDENCE/BUSINESS CHECKS 31
DISTURBANCE 18
DOMESTICS 10
EDP 4
EX-PARTE VIOLATION 2
FIGHT IN PROGRESS 3
HARASSMENT 6
JAIL NEW INCARCERATIONS 45
JUVENILE COMPLAINTS 10
LARCENY / STEALING 13
MISSING PERSON 1
OUTSIDE AGENCY ASSIST 9
PROPERTY DAMAGE 7
TRAFFIC STOPS 59
WARRANT 6

MISSING PERSON - NOAH P DENNY

On 5/21/2019 the Sheriff's Office received information about a missing person, Noah P. Denny, age 20, w/m, 6', 145, Brown Hair, Blue Eyes.

He was last seen at his residence located in Linn Creek, Mo., on 5/16/2019.  His sister received a facebook message from Noah on 5/20/2019 advising that he was at Ballentine's Convenience Store and needed a ride.  When she arrived, she could not locate Noah and no one remembered seeing him there.

If anyone has seen Noah or knows his whereabouts, please contact your local police department or the Camden County Sheriff's Office 573-346-2243.

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WEATHER RELATED INJURY

On 5/23/2019 at approximately 2:00 am, a Deputy with the Camden County Sheriff's Office, while conducting storm watch patrol in the area of south 7 and V Road, was injured when his patrol vehicle was nearly struck by lightning.  

Deputy Justin Hutzler was traveling south on 7 in the area of V Road when his patrol vehicle was nearly struck by lightning.  The percussion from the strike caused Deputy Hutzer to suffer temporary hearing loss, disorientation and a severe headache.  He was transported to the Lake Regional Hospital where he was later released.

No reported damage to the patrol vehicle.

 

ARREST CODY D. WARNOCK

On May 20, 2019 during the evening hours, Officers from LANEG and the Camden County Sheriff's Office executed a no knock search warrant for drugs and stolen property at a residence on W. Valley Dr., Linn Creek.

As a result of the search warrant, THC wax, Clonazepam, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia used in the distribution and consumption of controlled substances were seized.  Additionally five firearms, a pellet rifle, three compound bows and one bow were seized.

Cody D. Warnock age 25, a convicted felon, was arrested and taken to the Camden County Detention Center.

On May 1, 2019, a residential burglary occurred in Sunrise Beach. A compound bow and firearms were stolen.  After the firearms were seized during the aforementioned search warrant, the potential owner was contacted from the reported burglary.  The victim was able to positively identify two firearms, a pellet rifle, and a compound bow.  This investigation is ongoing.

Warnock has been charged with:

Class D Felony of possession of controlled substance.
Class D Felony of unlawful possession of a firearm

Warnock is being held on a cash bond of $1500.00 or $15,000 surety.

 

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