THERE WILL BE A FUNDRAISER FOR SHOP WITH A COP ON OCTOBER 8TH BEHIND THE OLD COURTHOUSE FROM 11 AM TO 2 PM. COST IS $5.00.
SHOP WITH A COP DECEMBER 2021
THE CAMDEN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING DONATIONS FOR SHOP WITH A COP.
CONTACT NICOLE HALSEY FOR DETAILS - 573-346-2243 X 273
CAMDEN COUNTY WILL ONCE AGAIN BE HOSTING THE JUNIOR POLICE ACADEMY ON AUGUST 2ND THROUGH AUGUST 6TH. SEE ATTACHMENTS FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS. THE APPLICATION CAN ALSO BE LOCATED ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE.
YOU CAN ALSO CONTACT DEPUTY JAMEE RUGEN OR LT. CHAD BAILEY AT 573-346-2243
HAVE A SAFE SUMMER.
As many of you know, the Dogwood Parade has been moved and will be going from Ball Park Rd to the Ozarks Amphitheater. If you are planning to bring a horse to ride in the parade you will be staging at the lot across from the aquatic center at the entrance to the city park.
The horse trailers must be moved by 9:20 am to the upper lot of the amphitheater which is located off the main entrance on North Business 5. This means that you will probably have to have someone responsible for moving the trailer while the horse and rider remain at the staging location.
North Business 5 will be closed starting at 9:45 am until the conclusion of the parade.
For safety reasons we are requesting that you don't ride your horse along North Business 5 after the parade.
UPDATE - At approximately 3:15 pm this date, Timothy Evans was taken into custody without incident. Sheriff Helms wants to take this opportunity to thank the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Camdenton Police Department and the Camden County Prosecutor's Office for their assistance.
The Camden County Sheriff's Office is requesting the public's assistance in locating Timothy Cole Evans, age 32, w/m, 6'2", approximately 155 pounds. Felony Warrants.
If you have any information about Evans whereabouts contact the Camden County Sheriff's Office at 573-346-2243.
On 12/2/2020 at approximately 12:30 am, Camden County Deputies were sent to a residence on Petunia Road reference a burglary in progress. The female and male were seen breaking into the residence and taking items from the residence. The stolen property was placed into the pick up in the photo. If anyone has information as to the identity of these thieves, please contact the Camden County Sheriff's Office at 573-346-2243 reference report 2020-3079.
The Camden County Sheriff's Office, Camdenton, Mo. is posting hiring opportunities for two Communications Officers. Personnel in this position are responsible for receiving, evaluating, and disseminating calls for county, police, fire and emergency medical service through the Communications Unit. A communications officer is often the first line of communication with the public and must exhibit a positive attitude. Must be able to handle stressful situations and can multi-task...Must be able to type at least 30wpm and have a High School Diploma or Equivalent – No Felony Convictions.. Prior experience in the emergency dispatching field would be preferable with knowledge of computer aided dispatching. Must be able to work all shifts. For full job description go to communications link on employment page of website.
Starting pay is $13.00 per hour, $28,392.00 annual. If interested, you can find the application on: www.camdencountymosheriff.org
In the early morning hours of December 1, 2019 officers with the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group and the Camden County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant at a residence in Linn Creek. As a result of the search warrant, approximately 56 grams of Methamphetamine, 24 grams of Hallucinogenic Mushrooms, 300 Grams of Marijuana, THC wax, Hashish, 3 grams of Fentanyl, 7 Hydrocodone pills, 113 pseudoephedrine tablets along with precursors used in the production of methamphetamine, 2 firearms, a large amount of currency, drug paraphernalia and counterfeit money were seized. An additional search warrant was granted and as a result 189 hydrocodone pills, 2 grams of methamphetamine, Marijuana, Hashish, and drug paraphernalia used in the distribution of controlled substances were seized. Two males and one female were arrested and placed on 24 hour holds.
The Camden County Prosecutor charged the following persons:
Mary M Hill age 40 of Linn Creek was charged with
- 2 Counts Felony possession of a controlled substances
- Misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance
- Misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia
$7500 Surety Bond
Russell A Stamm Age 41 of Linn Creek Was charged with
-2 Counts Felony Possession of Controlled Substance
-Felony Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
-Misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance
-Misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia
Surety Bond $7500
Darrin R Hopkins Age 55 was charged with
-Felony Drug Trafficking 2nd degree
-3 Counts Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance
-2 Counts Unlawful Possession of a Firearm
-Misdemeanor Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Surety Bond $100,000.00
Hill and Stamm bonded on the charges. Hopkins remains at the Camden County Correctional Facility.
*The Camden County Sheriff's Office reminds everyone that these charges are merely an accusation and these individuals remain innocent until proven guilty.
On 11/29/19 deputies located a subject wanted for burglaries of several area businesses in the Macks Creek area. A vehicle stop was attempted on the individual however the vehicle failed to stop for deputies. After a brief vehicle pursuit, deputies were able to place the subject in custody without further incident. Deputies located a quantity of Methamphetamine and Marijuana on the subject pursuant to his arrest. The subject was placed on a 24-hour hold pending charges.
The Camden County Prosecutor charged Eddie E Hoskins Age 32 of Macks Creek with:
- Felony 2nd Degree Burglary
- Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance
- Felony Resisting Arrest by Fleeing
Hoskins Also had Two misdemeanor warrants for failing to appear on traffic offenses. He remains in the Camden County Correctional Facility on a total surety bond of $25,300.00.
*The Camden County Sheriff's Office Reminds the public each individual arrested is innocent until proven guilty.
On 11/24/19 deputies were assisting Lake Ozark Police with an inmate who was urinating within the cell and attempting to flood the holding cell. Deputies accompanied officers to the hospital where the subject became combative. As deputies were assisting the subject to a patrol unit, the subject kicked a deputy in the groin. Upon arrival at the Camden County Correctional Facility, the subject attempted to kick more deputies in the groin area. The subject was placed in a secure holding cell and on a 24 hour hold for assault.
Campbell K Bee age 22 of Lake Ozark was charged with Felony 3rd Degree Assault on a special victim and 4th Degree Assault with a bond of $5000.00. Campbell was later released on bond.