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Multiple Warrant Arrests Result in Additional Drug Seizures



Multiple Warrant Arrests Result in Additional Drug Seizures


Camdenton, MO, 03-10-23 - Wednesday and Thursday of this week, Camden County Sheriff's Deputies and Task Force Officers from the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group conducted multiple residence checks to locate wanted offenders with outstanding warrants.


On Wednesday, 03-08-23, deputies located Shawn A Evans, 39, on Gold Finch Circle in Camdenton.  Evans was arrested for an outstanding charge of Failure to Appear in a Christian County court.  He was booked and later transferred to Christian County without bond.


On Thursday morning, 03-09-23, deputies conducted a residence check in the 2000 block of North Highway 7 and arrested 27-year-old Cosme L Chaparro on three outstanding felony warrants for Failure to Appear and one outstanding misdemeanor warrant for Failure to Appear.  During the search for Chaparro inside the residence deputies seized methamphetamines, drug paraphernalia commonly used in the consumption of methamphetamines, and several firearms.  Also arrested at the scene were 35-year-old Holly A Lyle, and 46-year-old Lucas J Hamilton who are awaiting formal charges on drug related offenses.  Chaparro also awaits additional drug related charges.


On Thursday afternoon, deputies responded to a residence on Edwards Avenue in Benton County and arrested 49-year-old Anthony P Curtis for Felony Contempt of Court.  Deputies also responded to a residence on Tiger Lane and arrested 32-year-old Chad T Brown for a Parole Violation.


All subjects were transported to the Camden County Adult Detention Facility where they are being held on their respective charges.  

A reminder that these charges are merely allegations of wrongdoing. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.