CRIMINAL CHARGES

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

Theodore Wallace Harpool, born 1969, Osceola; class D felony first-degree tampering with a motor vehicle; warrant served; $45,000 bond. 

Theodore Wallace Harpool, born 1969, Osceola; class E felony passing a bad check; warrant issued; $15,000 bond. 

Darrell Eugene Swan Jr., born 1984, Walnut Grove; felony fugitive from out of state; warrant served; $25,000 bond. 

Tesla Janelle Martin, born 1989, Bolivar; class E felony first-degree stalking — first offense; summons issued; due in court June 12.  

CIVIL ACTIONS

The following civil suits have been disposed in Polk County Circuit Court with Associate Circuit Judge Elizabeth V. Rohrs (unless otherwise noted) presiding:

State of Missouri, Jefferson City, vs. Acme Floor Company Inc., Lenexa, Kansas; contempt; amended judgment against Acme Floor Company for $1,357 plus $500 fine payable to the State of Missouri, Polk County School Fund.

Newks Properties LLC, Brookline Station, vs. Ricky Lee Fox, Bolivar and Nicole L. Jackson, Bolivar; rent and possession; default judgment against defendants for $1,792 and possession of premises located at 1240 East Tia Court, Bolivar.

America’s Car Mart Inc., Bentonville, Arkansas, vs. Nicholas R. Griffith, Bolivar; suit on account; default judgment against Griffith for $10,546 plus court costs.

First Book Investments LLC, Sherman Oaks, California, vs. Ladonna Moore, Bolivar; breach of contract; consent judgment against Moore for $3,803 and 9-percent annual interest.

Mandy Smith, Morrisville vs. Gabriel Alan Smith, Springfield; motion to modify; judgment entered, other final disposition.

Scott Leslie Dennis, Humansville and Tracy Dennis, Humansville, vs. Ryan Ehbrecht, Bolivar and Rayla Mills, Bolivar; rent and possession; consent judgment against defendants for $1,000 plus court costs and possession of premises at located at 280 Wildwood Place, Bolivar.

Jason L. Parsons, Bolivar; adult abuse stalking; tried by court - civil; full order of protection ordered.

Cach LLC, vs. Theresa Lurten; suit on account; dismissed by parties.

CIVIL PETITIONS

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

Jennifer M. Wilson vs. Mark S. Wilson; motion to modify.

Shawn Hayes vs. Troy B. Crawford et al; rent and possession.

Southwest Baptist University vs. Brooke Robinson; suit on account.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Darrel Moody; suit on account.

National Collegiate Student vs. Christopher Sawyer; promissory note.

Lynda Franco vs. Kevin Hopkins; personal injury - vehicular.

Bell Management Inc. vs. Sharon K. Cobb; unlawful detainer.

Nutra Blend LLC vs. GT & Sons LLC; suit on account.

Genesis Health Clubs Inc. vs. Richard C. Myers; suit on account.

Adam W. Rice vs. State of Missouri; post-conviction relief.

DISSOLUTIONS

The following couples have filed for dissolution of marriage in Polk County Circuit Court:

Rachel A. Gregg and Frank E. Gregg.

Charmin R. Brown and Mark S. Brown.

Alice Schmidt and Zachary Schmidt.

William E. McMillan and Dixie M. McMillan.

The following dissolutions of marriage have been granted in Polk County Circuit Court:

Colleen M. Banks and Michael Steven Banks.

Tammy Lee Dobbins and Scottie Jerome Dobbins.

Dustin Wayne McNearney and Tressa G. McNearney.

Christopher Alan Woods and Kelsey C. Woods.

Meagan M. Kinney and Benjamin W. Kinney.

SHERIFF’S REPORT

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

Monday, April 29

Jail Capacity: 36

Inmates Incarcerated: 52

A 49-year-old Osceola man was arrested on suspicion of tampering with a motor vehicle.

Joseph Nardo, 28, of Humansville was arrested on a warrant for driving while revoked/suspended and failure to appear.

Wilma Jones, 51, of Bolivar was arrested on a warrant for speeding.

Deputies responded to the 5000 block of South 190th Road for a threat.

Deputies responded to the 2000 block of East 515th Road for a domestic physical.

Deputies responded to the 2000 block of East 515th Road for trespassing.

Deputies responded to Kessler Boulevard and South 172nd Road for child endangerment.

Tuesday, April 30

Jail Capacity: 36

Inmates Incarcerated: 54

James Cole, 45, of Walnut Grove was arrested on a warrant for possession of controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia.

A 36-year-old Halfway woman was arrested on suspicion of possession of controlled substance.

Michael Bryson, 28, of Morrisville was arrested on a warrant for possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.

Ian Zimmerman, 26, of Bolivar was arrested on a warrant for possession of controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia.

Alisha Prater, 31, of Buffalo was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

Deputies responded to the 4000 block of Mo.123 for a road hazard.

Deputies responded to the 2000 block of East 515th Road for a domestic verbal.

Deputies responded to Mo. 123 and Mo. 13 for a slide off.

Deputies responded to the 900 block of South Springfield Avenue for child endangerment.

Deputies responded to the 2000 block of East 515th Road for a domestic verbal.

Wednesday, May 1

Jail Capacity: 36

Inmates Incarcerated: 49

James Lemaster, 33, of Springfield was arrested on a warrant for operating a vehicle with no insurance.

Noah Ray, 22, of Bolivar was arrested on a warrant for operating a vehicle without a valid license.

Edward Hargrave, 36, was arrested on a warrant for operating a vehicle without a valid license.

Kahlie Cruzan, 20, of Tunas was arrested on a warrant for delivering a controlled substance to minors.

A 33-year-old Springfield man was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.

Deputies responded to the 300 block of North Main Street for vandalism.

Deputies responded to the 100 block of East Rt. W for shots heard.

Deputies responded to the 2000 block of East 532nd Road for a domestic verbal.

Deputies responded to the 1000 block of East 515th Road for a burglary not in progress.

Deputies responded to East 400th and South 136th roads for a road hazard.

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