CRIMINAL CHARGES

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

James Allen Perryman, born 1965, Bolivar; class B felony first-degree assault, class D felony possession of controlled substance; warrant issued; $50,000 bond. 

James Allen Perryman, born 1965, Bolivar; class E felony third-degree assault; warrant issued; $15,000 bond. 

Amanda Joann Webster, born 1990, Halfway; class D felony forgery; warrant issued; $20,000 bond. 

Ricky James Montgomery, born 1979, Buffalo; class E felony third-degree assault; warrant issued; $10,000 bond. 

Curtis Frederick Strange, born 1989, Bolivar; class E felony third-degree assault; warrant issued; $10,000 bond. 

Travis D. Linder, born 1977, Holden; class D felony tampering with a motor vehicle — first degree, class E felony resisting/interfering with arrest for a felony; warrant issued; $25,000 bond. 

Dakota David Bradt, born 1999, Humansville; class E felony operated vehicle without a valid license — third and subsequent offense, class E felony resisting/interfering with arrest for a felony; warrant issued; $20,000 bond. 

David Theadore Goodrich, born 1996, Warrensburg; class E felony first-degree property damage; summons issued; due in court April 17. 

Eric Scott Gerhart, born 1985, Lexington; class B financial exploitation of an elderly/disabled person — property value $1,000 to $49,999; summons issued; due in court April 24. 

Nicholas Anthony Gravagna, born 1981, Springfield; class D felony second-degree burglary; summons issued; due in court April 24. 

James Edward Maxwell II, born 1996, Springfield; class D felony tampering with a motor vehicle — first degree; summons issued; due in court April 24. 

Shyla R. Polk, born 1998, Springfield; class B felony first-degree burglary, class D felony tampering with a motor vehicle — first degree; warrant issued; $35,000 bond. 

Bobby Thomas Baker, born 1994, Branson; class D felony second-degree burglary; summons issued; due in court April 24. 

Joseph Arthur Rodes, born 1970, Urbana; class D felony second-degree burglary, class D felony stealing — $750 or more, class D felony first-degree property damage — law enforcement or relative, class E felony stealing — animal; summons issued; due in court April 24. 

Kevin Wayne Kost, born 1972, Bolivar; class D felony third-degree assault — special victim; summons issued; due in court April 24. 

Carl Edward Layton, born 1963, Halfway; class E felony unlawfully receiving public assistance benefits/EBT card — second offense; summons issued; due in court April 24. 

Katherine Pearl Dryer, born 1988, Pleasant Hope; class D felony delivery or possession of controlled substance at county jail, class D felony possession of controlled substance, class E felony unlawful use of a  weapon; warrant issued; $25,000 bond. 

Jason Lynn Parsons, born 1973, Bolivar; class D felony tampering with a motor vehicle — first degree; warrant served; $25,000 bond; due in court April 3. 

Christopher James Ehlers, born 1990, Bolivar; class D felony forgery, class D felony possession of a forgery instrument; warrant served; $15,000 bond; due in court April 3. 

Jesse James Tindle, born 1982, Bolivar; class D felony tampering with a motor vehicle — first degree, class D felony unlawful possession of a firearm, class D felony stealing — firearm; warrant issued; $25,000 bond. 

Mason Skyler Curnutt, born 2000, Pleasant Hope; class C felony delivery of controlled substance; grand jury indictment served; $10,000 bond posted; due in court April 1. 

Jessie May Armstrong Green, born 1984, Bolivar; class E felony third-degree domestic assault; summons issued; due in court April 24. 

CIVIL PETITIONS

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

Southwest Development Co. vs. Travis Pate et al; quiet title.

Capital One NA vs. Cynthia L. McCormick; suit on account.

Philip D. Gripka vs. Director of Revenue; drivers license revocation review.

Discover Bank vs. David Harper; contract - other.

Easy Cash ASAP LLC vs. Julie Ledford; breach of contract.

American Express National Bank vs. David Hopkins; breach of contract.

Brian L. Rutledge vs. Missouri Department of Revenue; limit driving privileges.

John L. Sullivan vs. Missouri Department of Revenue; limit driving privileges.

World Acceptance Corp. vs. Shawna L. Hall; breach of contract.

Meadows Mobile Home Park vs. Ed Millard; rent and possession.

Direct Capital vs. My Truck and Business et al; breach of contract.

Douglas, Haun and Heidemann vs. Christopher J. Cooper; breach of contract.

Douglas, Haun and Heidemann vs. Matthew D. Hovey; breach of contract.

Deral J. Vincent vs. Virginia R. Daily; personal injury - vehicular.

Christopher Berg vs. Polk County Circuit Court et al; expunge criminal/arrest record.

DISSOLUTIONS

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

Sandra D. Smith and Paul Wade Smith.

Margaret Rena Wicklund and Brody Tyler Wicklund.

MUNICIPAL COURT

The following people were assessed fines March 11-March 15 in the Bolivar Municipal Division of Circuit Court of Polk County, Judge Randolph Blosch presiding. Dollar amounts are listed for fines and court costs.

Jessica J. Ehorn, Bolivar; failure to register vehicle; $200.

Ronald M. Fennell, Brookline Station; careless and imprudent driving; $130; driving without a valid license; $100; no insurance; $71.

Imelda Gibbs, Bolivar; failure to yield right of way; $170.

Eugene Green III, Bolivar; driving while revoked or suspended; $170; resisting arrest; $30 and credit for time served — two days.

Kimberly Y. Hambrick, Springfield; amended defective equipment; $200.

Jimmy L. Jones, Bolivar; amended defective equipment; $250.

Terry Lee Klotz, Springfield; no insurance; $150.

Lynette Kumpik, Fair Play; amended defective equipment; $225.

Callum McKeegan, Mashpee, Massachusetts; failure to register vehicle; $110. 

Dacota Roberts, Bolivar; following too close; $160.

The following people paid fines for overtime parking. The number of tickets, if more than one, is after the name;

One to five tickets, $10 per ticket:

Jeffrey McInvale, Pittsburg (2).

The following people failed to appear in court and were issued warrants;

Valrei K. Appleberry, Bolivar; Hannah L. Arnett, Buffalo; Kelton K. Barbee, Bolivar (4); Andrew Bilbrey, Springfield (4); Debra K. Bryson, Bolivar; Juley N. Campbell, Bolivar; Brianna Chamineak, Bolivar; Amanda J. Cox, Bolivar; Scott M. Dodds, Bolivar (2); Waylon Fife, Halfway (2); Raymond E. Gardner, Springfield (2); Christopher L. Hamp, Bolivar (3); Lesly Ingalsbe, Cabool (4); Michael Keith, Humansville (2); Shadera R. Kellogg, Bolivar; Sherry Jane Lee, Fordland; Lisa A. Maidment, Houston; Zachary R. Mandrell, Springfield (2); David A. Mell, Orofino, Idaho; Cody L. Morrison, Pleasant Hope; Micaela Omera Patrick, Canton, Michigan (2); Coltin Roberts, Buffalo (2); Kevin Bruce Rogers, Bolivar (3); David W. Sexton, Bolivar (2); Amber Shawhan, Blue Springs; Dawn Renee Smith, Bolivar; Tynisa L. Swinton, Kansas City; Anthony Valentino Toppin, Elkland (2); Jessica A. Vannuys, Fair Play (3); William M. Westmoreland, Bolivar; Janissa M. Wilson, Bolivar (3); Dana O. Woods, Bolivar.

SHERIFF’S REPORT

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

Monday, March 25

  • Jail Capacity: 36
  • Inmates Incarcerated: 57
  • David Orrell, 33, of Bolivar was arrested on a warrant for assault.
  • Jeremy Vandyke, 23, of Fair Play was arrested on a warrant for resisting arrest, violating an order of protection, operating a vehicle in a careless and imprudent manner and possession of paraphernalia.
  • Christopher Lockhart, 31, of Bolivar was arrested on a warrant for resisting arrest.
  • Krystal Bowles, 33, of Hermitage was arrested on a warrant for operating a vehicle with no insurance and possession of controlled substance.
  • David Lockhart, 30, of Bolivar was arrested on suspicion of failure to pay child support.
  • A 20-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of tampering with a vehicle.
  • Deputies responded to the 3000 block of West Broadway Street for an intoxicated driver.
  • Deputies responded to the 100 block of West Tilden Street for an animal call.
  • Deputies responded to the 1000 block of East 418th Road for a missing runaway juvenile.
  • Deputies responded to Mo. 215/South 244th Road for a suspicious vehicle.
  • Deputies responded to the 600 block of South Gulf Street for a domestic physical.

Tuesday, March 26

  • Jail Capacity: 36
  • Inmates Incarcerated: 57
  • Nicole Jackson, 31, of Bolivar was arrested on a warrant for stealing.
  • Robert Tipton, 48, of Harrisonville was arrested on a warrant for resisting arrest and possession of controlled substance.
  • Abigail Hovey, 19, of Bolivar was arrested on a warrant for failure to wear a seat belt and failure to appear.
  • Deputies responded to East Walnut Street/East Avenue for a dispute in progress.
  • Deputies responded to the 1000 block of East Elm Street for a domestic physical.
  • Deputies responded to the 1000 block of East Maple Street for shoplifter.
  • Deputies responded to the 1000 block of Mo. 215 for a suspicious person.

Wednesday, March 27

  • Jail Capacity: 36
  • Inmates Incarcerated: 51
  • Dallion Maxson, 20, of Fair Play was arrested on a warrant for operating a vehicle without a valid license, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.
  • Kaden Bangs, 23, of Springfield was arrested on a warrant for possession of marijuana.
  • Jason Parsons, 45, of Bolivar was arrested on a warrant for tampering with a motor vehicle.
  • Christopher Ehlers, 28, of Bolivar was arrested on a warrant for forgery and possession of a forging instrument.
  • Blaid Ashlock, 23, of Bolivar was arrested on a warrant for failure to register as a sex offender.
  • A 51-year-old Brighton man was arrested on suspicion of domestic assault.
  • Deputies responded to the 1000 block of Mo. 215 for a domestic physical.
  • Deputies responded to the 300 block of Rt. W for theft.
  • Deputies responded to the 4000 block of South 154th Road for a suspicious person.
  • Deputies responded to the 200 block of South Main Avenue for a controlled substance.

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