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Accident sends two to hospital, McFall man arrested, charged

Robert Ellis, 30, McFall, was arrested by Trooper A.D. Martin after a one-vehicle rollover accident on I-35. The vehicle was a stolen 2000 Ford Explorer belonging to Bill Clemmons of Albany.

Ellis and a female occupant, Nacole Jones, were both ejected. Each claimed that the other was driving. Just hours before the crash, both were patrons at the bar from which the vehicle was stolen.

Found in the vehicle were

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Daviess County Sheriff’s Office Incident Summary

3-8-16

5:28 pm – Report of abandoned vehicle blocking roadway south of Winston.

6:50 pm – Noah Edge, 32, Parnell, was arrested and posted a $10,000 bond in Worth County. Edge had a Daviess County warrant for class D felony no valid driver’s license.

7:48 pm – Subject reporting possible break-in to residence. Upon arrival residence was unlocked and items in disarray but nothing missing.

 

3-9-16

8:18 am –

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Police sponsor storm spotter training

The Gallatin Police Department will be hosting Severe Storm Spotter Training at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 29, at the Dockery Park Community Building, Gallatin. The training will last from 90 minutes to two hours.

Training will be presented by Andy Bailey of The National Weather Service-Pleasant Hill. The presentation will cover how to identify significant weather conditions and events, as well as how to respond and communicate in a safe

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Sheriff confirms threat

Daviess County Sheriff Ben Becerra held a meeting with Daviess County school officials at 3:30 Thursday, March10, to inform them of a incident involving a generalized threat against the area’s schoolchildren.

According to Sheriff Becerra, a Buchanan County official received a letter yesterday from someone inside a prison. The letter made unspecified demands and threatened to harm a school child if those demands were not met. The wording of the

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Daviess County Sheriff’s Office Incident Summary

Chillicothe man arrested after one-vehicle accident

Darnel Rakim Coleman Walker, 24, Chillicothe, was arrested in the early morning hours of March 5, after the Highway Patrol responded to a report of an accident on Missouri Route O, south of Missouri 6.

Walker, the lone occupant of the Dodge Neon, was sitting in the front seat. He said he had fallen asleep and driven into the ditch. After conducting field sobriety

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Daviess County Sheriff’s Office Incident Summary

DAVIESS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE INCIDENT SUMMARY

2-23-16

2:52 am – Subject walking southbound I-35.

11:08 am – Sheriff’s Office (SO) in Coffey.

11:14 am – SO arrested Lindsay Hunter, 32, Coffey, on a Daviess County Warrant with charges of forgery, felony C. Bond is set at $15,000 cash with 10% allowed.

11:21 am – Grass fire Coffey.

11:50 am – Funeral escort.

2:28 pm – Out at Jamesport fire station.

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Better be sober if you get pulled over

Captain James E. McDonald, commanding officer of Troop H, announces that sometime during the month of March 2016, Troop H will conduct a DWI saturation in Caldwell County. The areas selected for enforcement are based on a high number of drinking-related crashes, high number of contacts with drivers who have been drinking, and officers’ input as to probable contact with DWI violators.

“The Missouri State Highway Patrol is dedicated to

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Daviess County Sheriff’s Office Incident Report

A Bethany man was arrested Feb. 19 after a traffic stop for speeding on Highway 13 by Tpr. J. Lynch. Dakota J. Smith first gave the trooper a false name, but he was eventually identified by his Florida driver’s license. As Smith was being handcuffed and searched, he tried unsuccessfully to flee from the officer. Smith had two warrants from Lawrence County, Mo., and he did not have a valid

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Gilman City woman arrested for forgery

Lindsay Hunter, Gilman City, was arrested Feb. 23 after allegedly attempting to defraud the Coffey Alumni Association.

According to the probable cause, Hunter wrote a $50 check on Jan. 23 to a Gallatin restaurant. The check was written on the Coffey Alumni Association account. Hunter did not have permission to sign checks for the association.

On Dec. 18, 2015, Beverly Hunter had contacted the Daviess County Sheriff’s office to report

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