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Camdenton Man Charged with Multiple Felonies after Rolling Domestic


Camdenton Man Charged with Multiple Felonies after Rolling Domestic

Camdenton, MO - 09-05-23 - On Sunday afternoon, 09-03-23, deputies responded to the area of South Highway 7 in Camdenton for a reported domestic disturbance. 


Upon arrival, deputies spoke to several witnesses who claimed they saw a pickup truck colliding with a Honda Pilot causing it to leave the roadway and crash into a ditch.  Deputies contacted the driver of the Pilot who claimed a family member, later identified as 26-year-old Justin J Marshall, of Camdenton, assaulted her at their home in the city limits of Camdenton before chasing them to the location on South Highway 7.  The driver claimed Marshall struck her vehicle several times during the chase eventually pushing it off the road. 


Medical personnel treated the driver for moderate injuries and transported her to an area hospital for evaluation. Two minor children in the vehicle at the time of the chase were left in the care of family members.  Marshall fled from the scene on foot prior to the arrival of law enforcement.


At approximately 1530 hours Marshall turned himself into the lobby of the sheriff's office.  He was escorted to the Camden County Adult Detention Facility and is charged with two counts of the Class B Felony of 1st Degree Domestic Assault and 2 counts of the Class D Felony of 1st Degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child.  Marshall is being held without bond.


A dashcam video that captured part of the chase through Camdenton was widely circulated on social media.  We are asking anyone who may have been a witness to the chase, or any collision between the Honda Pilot and the pickup truck involved in the chase to contact Detective Heidler at 573-346-2243.


We would also like to extend our gratitude to the Camdenton Police Department, the MSHP, Mid-County Fire Protection District, and Mercy Ambulance Service for their assistance in this ongoing investigation.

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