CRIMINAL CHARGES

The following new felony charges have been filed in Polk County Circuit Court:

James Lee Cates, 50, Morrisville; class B felony first-degree kidnapping — facilitating a felony, inflicting injury, terrorizing; class D felony possession of controlled substance; class E felony sexual misconduct involving a child under 15 — first offense; class D felony first-degree endangering the welfare of a child involving drugs — first offense; warrant served; $75,000 bond; due in court April 10. 

Bobbi Jo Fryman, born 1996, Bolivar; class E felony operated a vehicle without a valid license — third and subsequent offense; summons issued; due in court May 1. 

Jacob Donnie Sharp, born 1997, Buffalo; class E felony operated a vehicle without a valid license — third and subsequent offense; summons issued; due in court May 1. 

Hans Herman Adler, born 1951, Springfield; class D felony DWI — aggravated; summons issued; due in court May 1. 

Timothy Bryan Brake, born 1975, Strafford; class D felony DWI — aggravated; warrant issued; $7,500 bond. 

Cameron Ray Redburn, born 1979, Brighton; class D felony possession of controlled substance, class E felony operated a vehicle without a valid license — third and subsequent offense; warrant issued; $15,000 bond. 

Tobias Octavias Hannah, born 2001, Fair Play; class D felony tampering with a motor vehicle — first degree (2); summons issued; due in court May 1.

Brandon Grant Burton, born 1983, Flemington; class D felony stealing — all other property; summons issued; due in court May 1. 

David Anthony Orrell, born 1986, Bolivar; class D felony forgery; summons issued; due in court May 29. 

CIVIL PETITIONS

The following civil cases have been filed in Polk County Circuit Court:

Kimberly L. Boliver vs. Director of Revenue; limit driving privileges.

Kerri L. Criner vs. Steven D. Criner; motion to modify.

Rona J. Hall vs. Tammy Case; rent and possession.

John P. Tedlock vs. Cari Rathborne et al; rent and possession.

Holt Rental Management vs. Taylor Jones-Morgan et al; rent and possession.

Douglas, Haun and Heideman vs. Kayla A. Robertson et al; breach of contract.

Discover Bank vs. Ronda L. Patterson; breach of contract.

Marilyn Nolan-Sheets vs. Missouri State Highway Patrol et al; expunge records.

SHERIFF’S REPORT

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports for:

Tuesday, April 2

●Jail Capacity: 36

●Inmates Incarcerated: 50

●A 34-year-old Buffalo man was arrested on suspicion of operating a vehicle without a valid license.

●Lindsey Watkins, 23, of Humansville was arrested on a warrant for violating parole.

●Cosetta Whalen, 34, of Fair Play was arrested on a warrant for driving while revoked/suspended, operating a vehicle with no insurance and possession of paraphernalia.

●Megan Clinghan, 27, of Ash Grove was arrested on a warrant for tampering with a motor vehicle and trafficking in stolen identities.

●Deputies responded to the 4000 block of Mo. 83 for a juvenile complaint.

●Deputies responded to the 600 block of Rt. BB for an animal call.

●Deputies responded to the 1000 block of East 418th Road for a missing runaway juvenile.

●Deputies responded to the 3000 block of South 155th Road for a ex-parte violation.

●Deputies responded to Mo. 215/South 105th Road for theft.

Wednesday, April 3

●Jail Capacity: 36

●Inmates Incarcerated: 53

●A 31-year-old Buffalo man was arrested on suspicion of operating a vehicle without a valid license and possession of controlled substance.

●Joshua Wamsley, 29, of Springfield was arrested on a warrant for operating a vehicle with no insurance, failure to register a motor vehicle and speeding.

●Justin Sheffield, 32, of Springfield was arrested on a warrant for resisting arrest.

●Andre Peterson, 71, of Deepwater was arrested on a warrant for failure to register as a sex offender.

●Riffany King, 31, of Aldrich was arrested on a warrant for possession of controlled substance.

●Rachel Hammond, 25, of Fair Play was arrested on a warrant for operating a vehicle without a valid license and no insurance.

●A 50-year-old Bolivar man was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping and possession of controlled substance.

●Deputies responded to Rt. T/East 490th Road for an animal call.

●Deputies responded to the 1000 block of East 418th Road for a juvenile complaint.

●Deputies responded to the 300 block of West Sunrise Street for a well-being check.

Thursday, April 4

●Jail Capacity: 36

●Inmates Incarcerated: 52

●Bernie McDonald Jr., 26, of Bolivar was arrested on a warrant for resisting arrest, tampering with evidence in a felony prosecution, possession of controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia.

●Donald Lewis, 45, of El Dorado Springs was arrested on a warrant for driving while revoked/suspended.

●Mark Young, 36, of Bolivar was arrested on a warrant for failure to wear a seat belt, speeding, property damage, shoplifting, stealing, tampering with a motor vehicle and trespassing.

●Ronald Hampton, 37, of Springfield was arrested on a warrant for receiving stolen property.

●A 19-year-old Buffalo man was arrested on suspicion of assault, operating a vehicle without a valid license, possession of controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia.

●A 53-year-old Bolivar man was arrested on suspicion of possession of controlled substance, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.

●Deputies responded to the 1000 block of Club Terrace for a noise disturbance.

●Deputies responded to the 300 block of Rt. W for a domestic physical.

●Deputies responded to the 4000 block of South 135th Road for a dispute in progress.

●Deputies responded to the 3000 block of Mo. 83 for a threat.

●Deputies responded to the 400 block of East 550th Road for property damage.

COMMISSION MINUTES

According to the minutes, Polk County Commissioners Shannon Hancock, Rex Austin and Kyle Legan conducted the following business during recent meetings of the commission:

Monday, March 18

●Hancock, Legan and Austin present.

●Minutes from last session approved.

●Danny Crites updated the commissioners on the conditions of county roads and bridges.  Crites, Hancock and Legan viewed South 105th and East 425th.  Crites and Legan viewed South 16th, South 52nd and South 76th. 

●Pat Gardner visited with the commission in general discussion.

●Jennifer Raymond, Bolivar, visited with the commission in general discussion.

●Jason Sivils, Great River Associates, presented contract for BRO-B084 (14) Mockingbird Hill Bridge on South 122 Road over Mile Branch. Legan made a motion to enter into contract. Austin seconded. Vote 3-0.

●Steve Cobb, representative from Fabick Caterpillar, visited with the commission in general discussion.   

Tuesday, March 19

●Hancock, Legan and Austin present.

●Minutes from last session approved.

●Drew Andrade, ADS, visited with the commission in general discussion.

●The commission met with elected officials in general discussion.

●Crites updated the commissioners on the conditions of county roads and bridges. Crites and Austin viewed East 515th, South 200th, South 235th and East 480th.   

FOOD INSPECTIONS

The following food service establishments were inspected by the Polk County Health Center on the dates shown, and the following violations were noted (critical violations involve handling of food; non-critical violations primarily involve housekeeping issues):

Tuesday, March 26

●Fast n Friendly, 1602 E. Broadway, Bolivar; follow up; 0 critical; 0 non-critical. Violations noted during inspection on 3/15 have been corrected.

●Pleasant Hope Elementary School, 311 W. McCurry, Pleasant Hope; routine; 0 critical; 0 non-critical.

●Pleasant Hope Middle School, 515 W. McCurry, Pleasant Hope; routine; 1 critical; evidence of mice found in corners in kitchen and dishwashing area. Facility has contract with pest control company; 0 non-critical.

●Pleasant Hope High School, 303 N. Main, Pleasant Hope; routine; 0 critical; 1 non-critical; evidence of mice found around hot water heater. Facility has contract with pest control company.

●Polk County Discount Grocery, 112 E. Hwy 215, Pleasant Hope;routine; 0 critical; 0 non-critical.

●The Red Door Diner, 111 W. Adams, Pleasant Hope; routine; 0 critical; 1 non-critical; improper storage of personal items, violation corrected on site.

●Dollar General, 113 Hwy 215, Pleasant Hope; routine; 1 critical; outdated baby food on shelf for sale, corrected on site; 0 non-critical.

Thursday, March 28

●Reed’s Mercantile, 1168 Maple St., Morrisville; routine; 0 critical; 2 non-critical; 1. Mold growth behind sink in kitchen. 2. Need to provide backflow air gap on 3 vat sink.

●Panther Inn, 5298 S. Main, Morrisville; routine; 0 critical; 1 non-critical; dishes stored on cloth towels, corrected on site.

●Marion C. Early School, 5309 W. Main, Morrisville; routine; 0 critical; 0 non-critical.

●Hannah’s #5, 1164 Maple Street, Morrisville; routine; 1 critical; employee did not wash hands as needed, corrected on site; 1 non-critical; hand sink faucet leaking

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