Thursday, May 23, 2013
The Imperial man faces two criminal charges in connection to the incident.
An Imperial man faces criminal charges after police say he pulled a gun on another man who was having an affair with his wife. Raymond Harris, 44, of the 2700 block of Spring Forest Road, has been charged with unlawful use of a weapon and third-degree assault, according to a court document. The incident dates back to March 10. In the court document, a Jefferson County Sheriff's Department deputy wrote that Harris arrived to the 1200 block of State Road M in an attempt to fight with another man over the extramarital affair. Several people attempted to prevent the fight, which led Harris to punch one of them, the deputy wrote. He then pulled out a handgun and threatened to kill the man who was having the affair. Unlawful use of a weapon …
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Joseph Jones, 20, is charged with producing a controlled substance.
A 20-year-old Arnold man is facing criminal charges after police say they found a two-foot tall marijuana plant in his bathroom. Joseph Jones, of the 1100 block of Missouri State Road, is charged with producing a controlled substance, which is a class B felony. A Jefferson County Sheriff's Department deputy said the marijuana plant was discovered during a search on Dec. 1, 2012, according to a court document. The deputy also found numerous smoking devices and a bag of marijuana, the document notes. The deputy had been investigating the area for a "suspicious odor" when the officer noticed multiple smoking devices that were visible through the home's window. Jones gave the deputy permission to enter the home, where the deputy discovered…
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
The two missing firearms were valued at $750.
Two firearms were reported stolen as part of a burglary in Imperial last week. The incident occurred between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 12 on Frisco Hill Road, according to a Jefferson County Sheriff's Department report. Someone stole a North American Arms Guardian .380 pistol valued at $450 and a .38 Smith & Wesson Special revolver valued at $300. The unknown burglar(s) broke into a metal barn with an attached living area to steal the handguns, the report notes. One was stolen from the kitchen table while the other was taken from the bedroom. Join Arnold Patch for more community news or join us on Facebook and Twitter. For more crime information on Arnold Patch, please see the following articles:
Thursday, May 16, 2013
The incidents were investigated by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department.
The following incidents were reported by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. Parkton Way, Barnhart Four Busch Light beer bottles, three Bud Light beer bottles, two Bud Light beer cans, a class ring, two bracelets, a necklace, a pocket watch, a clock radio, a radio/CD player and an HP Photosmart printer were stolen May 6 from a home on Parkton Way in Barnhart. The value of the property was set at $800. All of the items except the jewelry were located under the back porch of the home in white plastic bags. Entry to the home was made by breaking a rear basement window. The sheriff's department has a suspect in the thefts, who denied taking the items. However, a sheriff's report stated the suspect later admitted responsibility for the …
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Law enforcement officers, government and community leaders gathered on Wednesday to remember the peace officers who died in the line of duty in Jefferson County. It was a way to honor fallen officers on Peace Officers Memorial Day. In a small gathering at the Jefferson County Law Enforcement Memorial at the sheriff's department in Hillsboro, Lt. Col. Steve Meinberg and others read the names of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice during their law enforcement career, dating back to De Soto Police Marshall Willis Dearing, who died Dec. 16, 1897 after being shot by an intoxicated man he pursued from a restaurant. Marino F. Vidoli, ATF Special Agent in Charge of Kansas City Field Division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) …
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
The two stories were among the most read police stories on Arnold Patch in April 2013.
Want to know what's going on in your neighborhood? Here are the 10 most-read police stories from Arnold Patch for April 2013: 1) Arnold Police Respond to Sign Fiasco at Polling Place A disturbance broke out between Mayoral Candidate Doris Borgelt and a group holding signs opposing her campaign at the Fox C-6 Service Center on Election Day. 2) Woman Punched Her 3-Year-Old Daughter, Police Say The Barnhart woman faces child abuse charges after an investigation showed that she punched her daughter, police say. 3) Woman Witnesses Stranger Walk Into Her Arnold Home The homeowner, who was in the garage, heard a noise and walked to the front of the house. That's when she saw another woman walk into her house through the front door. 4) FOX2 VIDEO…
Friday, May 3, 2013
Kevin Kellermann faces multiple charges related to a bizarre set of events in January.
An Arnold man faces multiple charges stemming from an incident where police say he impersonated a law enforcement officer. Kevin Kellermann, 48, of the 2200 block of Boeing Road, faces charges of false impersonation, resisting arrest, endangering the welfare of a child, and careless and imprudent driving. The charges were filed on April 16. The incident dates back to Jan. 27. Jefferson County Sheriff's Department police say Kellermann visited a House Springs home and identified himself as a "detective investigator," according to a court document. Then he requested permission to enter the home to search for someone. After being told no by one of the residents, Kellermann quickly left, police stated. He later returned and "aggressively …
The incident, which was handled by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department, occurred in Imperial.
An Imperial man told police his mother stole and sold parts from his 1991 white Dodge Ram pickup truck sometime between last October and this April while it was parked at her house on Meadow Drive in Imperial. That's according to a report from the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. The truck, valued at $1,200, now is missing. A sheriff's deputy talked with the mother who said she sold the hood and two doors from the truck, but said she did not remove it from her property, nor did she allow anyone else to remove it. The truck now is listed as stolen.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Folks in Imperial learned this lesson the hard way.
The following information was reported by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. Windmill Estates Drive, Imperial A motorcycle, lottery tickets, electronics and other items were stolen from unlocked vehicles in an open garage sometime between 2-3 a.m. Apr. 26 at a home on Windmill Estates Drive, Imperial. Missing were a blue and white boys motorcycle, battery powered grease gun, miscellaneous lottery tickets, Apple MP3 player, Apex airflow computer, Apex fuel control computer, Sony car stereo, pair of Beats headphones, pair of Apple headphones and iPhone case. The value of the missing items was set at $2,805. According to police, the homeowner said he heard a noise at approximately 2-3 a.m. but believed it was due to the wind. The next…
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The following information was supplied by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. Arrests or charges mentioned in this report do not indicate convictions.
Tuesday, April 23 A flatscreen 32-inch television and a Compaq Presario laptop computer were reported stolen in a Burglary on Chippendale Lane in Imperial. The items were valued at $900. It is unknown how entry was made into the house. Deputies are continuing to investigate.