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CONFLICTING ADDRESSES

The E911 Division for Camden County is sending out letters to all residences with conflicting road names.  We are requesting that you provide us with a road name that meets the criteria. 

Please do not select a road name that is too long.  One word is preferred. This makes the name of the road much easier for emergency personnel to see while responding. 

Please do not select a road name based on popular songs, sporting goods supply company, or anything that could be construed by some as offensive. They tend to disappear and will not be accepted.

You will have two weeks from the date of the letter to submit an acceptable road name.  If we don’t hear from you, we will select the road name for you. 

Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.  If you have any questions feel free to contact the E911 Mapping and Addressing Division.

 

SPRING 2019 MICROCHIP EVENT

Many people ask why we take the time, effort, resources and money to do this.  

Our Animal Control Officer, Mike Stoufer, is dedicated to his job, as are the other entities involved in the event, in an attempt to reunite rightful and responsible owners with their pets.

Along with the Microchipping, the clinic offers free rabies shots.  We take numerous dog bite reports every year where the animals have to be quarantined or are put down for testing.

To receive this service, you must show proof of Camden County residency to qualify for the free service. 

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WEEKLY SUMMARY APRIL 15 THROUGH APRIL 21, 2019

911 CALLS 269
911 HANG UPS 80
24 HOUR HOLDS 6
96 HOUR HOLDS 3
ALARMS 49
ANIMAL CONTROL 25
ASSAULT 2
BURGLARY 4
CITIZEN ASSIST 46
CIVIL PROCESS NEW RECEIVED 87
CIVIL PROCESS SERVED 45
CIVIL PROCESS NON-EST 5
CRIME PREVENTION AREA/BUSINESS/RESIDENCE CHECKS 199
DEATH (NATURAL) 1
DISTURBANCE 8
DOMESTIC 9
EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED PERSON (EDP) 9
JAIL NEW RECEIVED 40
JAIL NEW RELEASED 57
JUVENILE 11
LARCENY/STEALING 14
MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS (INJURY) 10
MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS (NON-INJURY) 14
PROPERTY DAMAGE 4
SEXUAL ASSAULT 2
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY 46
TRAFFIC COMPLAINTS 33
TRAFFIC STOPS 125
TRAFFIC STOPS SUMMONS ISSUED 12
WARRANT SERVICE 13

Arrest Nicholas Rash

On April 15, 2019, Nicholas A. Rash, age 27 of Camdenton, was charged with:

Count 1 Class B Felony Domestic Assault 1st Degree

Count 2 Class B Felony Attempted Robbery 1st Degree

Count 3 Class D Felony Unlawful Possession of a Firearm

Count 4 Class E Felony Unlawful Use of a Weapon

Rash is being held on a $250,000 cash bond at the Camden County Adult Detention Center.

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Lost or Stolen Dog

On 4/14/2019 this dog was lost off Dry Ridge Road in Camdenton, Camden County.  It was located at the Casey's Store on South 5 and then picked up by someone other than the owner.  

The owner is convinced that Ford was stolen sometime Sunday morning shortly after 9 am.  

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Camden County Sheriff's Office - 573-346-2243.

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Richard Warren Charged

On 4/13/2019, Richard R. Warren, age 41, of Macks Creek, was charged with a Class A Felony of Child Molestation in the 1st Degree.

Warren is being held in the Camden County Adult Detention Center on a $300,000.00 cash only bond.

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TELECOMMUNICATORS WEEK

April 14 - April 20th is National Telecommunicator Week.  Your Law Enforcement Communications personnel are the vital link between your community and emergency personnel, including fire, medical, law enforcement and other needed services. 

They are rarely recognized for the important roles they play.  When there is a crisis, they are "The Voice of Hope."

Post to the Camden County Facebook page and show them you appreciate the often stressful work they do.

 

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Deputy Otis Joins Camden County


  

DEPUTY OTIS JOINS THE FORCE

Otis, a 16 month old black lab, has joined the Camden County Sheriff's Office.  

His K-9 handler/partner, Deputy Ryan Reed, attended a 3 week training course where he met Otis for the first time.  Otis has been trained in drug detection and tracking. Of course, because of his demeanor, he will be a good public relations ambassador. K-9 Otis has a lot of drive and is extremely friendly.

Both Deputy Reed and his K-9 partner received their training at Highland K-9 Training Center in North Carolina.  

Both Deputy Reed and Otis, have recently returned from an enhanced drug detection course in Johnston, Iowa that was conducted by the Midwest Counterdrug Training Center.

Otis has already been utilized several times during vehicle stops.  He has also been requested to search vehicles and lockers at our various schools.

We are pleased to have Otis on board and hope to have a facebook page on-line soon that is specifically for Otis.

 

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National Weather - Burning Alert

The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Warning for Camden County until 7:00 pm.

Remember before you burn contact your local fire department burn notification number.  At that time, you will be notified if it is an authorized burn day.  You will be required to leave your name, location of burn and phone number.

Have a safe day and remember that if the fire you start gets away from you, you are responsible for any damage it may cause.

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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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