DANIEL COOK is recognized as the Bates County Memorial Hospital Employee of the Month for February, 2018. Daniel works as the Information Systems Security Specialist in the IS Department. His primary duties include network, computer and mobile device security, network infrastructure and server administration, telecommunication systems management, internet connectivity and virtual private network connections, and interfaces between all computer systems used at BCMH. Daniel performs his duties with professionalism, works as a team player, and is a tremendous asset to the organization.
Kimberly Adkins- On Feb. 5, Kimberly Adkins, 30, Springfield, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging her with failure to appear in court on an unclassified misdemeanor of driving while revoked or suspended. Bond is set at $541.50 cash only.
The original charge stems from a traffic stop by a St. Clair County deputy on May 28, 2016.
Cynthia Chaluisant- On Feb. 5, Cynthia Chaluisant, 38, Collins, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging her with an unclassified felony of probation violation. Bond is set at $10,000 cash only.
The original class C felony possession of a controlled substance charge stems from a St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office and Mid Missouri Multi Jurisdictional Drug Task Force investigation in April 26, 2013 at a residence on TT Highway, Osceola. During the investigation a glass pipe that contained white powder which field tested positive for methamphetamine was located in Chaluisant’s purse.
Casey Singleton- On Feb. 4, Casey Singleton, 43, Osceola, was arrested by a St. Clair County deputy for a class B misdemeanor of driving while intoxicated. Singleton was booked and released pending formal charges.
The arrest comes after a St. Clair County deputy pulled Singleton over for lane violations. When the deputy approached the window to speak with the driver, he noticed a strong odor of alcohol. Singleton submitted to a field sobriety test and failed.
Paul Beaty- On Feb. 3, Paul Beaty, 29, Lowry City, was arrested by a St. Clair County deputy for a class B misdemeanor of driving while intoxicated. Beaty was booked and released pending formal charges.
The arrest comes after a St. Clair County deputy pulled Beaty over for a traffic violation. As the deputy approached the driver’s side window of the vehicle he could smell the strong odor of alcohol. Beaty submitted to a field sobriety test and failed.
Vincent Mansell- On Feb. 3, Vincent Mansell, 37, Harrah, OK, was arrested by a St. Clair County deputy for a class D felony possession of a controlled substance and a class D misdemeanor of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Mansell was booked and released pending formal charges.
The arrest comes after the deputy pulled Mansell over for a traffic violation. Mansell gave the deputy consent to search the vehicle. During the search, the deputy found a glass pipe with a crystal like residue in it. A field test of the pipe showed positive for methamphetamine.
Ashley Frizzell- On Feb. 2, Ashley Frizzell, 30, Golden City, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging her with an unclassified felony of probation violation. Bond is set at $5,000 cash only.
The original class D felony charge of possession of a controlled substance comes from a St. Clair County investigation on Oct. 9, 2017. The arrest comes after the homeowner gave deputies consent to search the house that Frizzell was in. When asked if she had anything illegal on her or in her purse, she stated there were broken glass pipes in her purse.
Angel McDonald- On Feb. 2, Angel McDonald, 27, Nevada, was arrested by a St. Clair County deputy on a Dallas County warrant for a non-moving violation ordinance charge. Bond is set at $150 cash only.
The arrest comes after a St. Clair County deputy was called to assist a stranded vehicle in the roadway. A record check of the occupants revealed McDonald had a warrant out of Dallas County.
Shelby Limback- On Feb. 1, Shelby Limback, 27, Bates City, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging her with a class D felony of non-support. Bond is set at $1,000 cash only.
Disclaimer: Arrest records are public information. Any indication of an arrest does not mean the individual identified has been convicted of a crime. All persons arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Burglary in Osceola
On Feb. 3, a St. Clair County deputy was dispatched to NE Highway C in reference to a burglary.
Upon arrival the deputy spoke with Howard Hart. Hart stated when he and his wife returned from being out of town, he went to put their passports into his safe and noticed the safe was missing.
Hart stated the safe had personal papers and pictures in it, along with a Citibank credit card and others. Hart said the Citibank card had been attempted to be used in El Dorado and Nevada.
Hart then started looking around his house and noticed two knives missing from his gun cabinet. There was a .44 Magnum revolver missing from the drawer of the gun cabinet.
Hart stated that upon arriving home, all the door and windows were locked and he did not see any forced entry into the home. The only way into the residence was through a dog door in the basement.
While they were out of town, their son, Richard Hart, was keeping an eye on the property and taking care of the animals. Hart spoke with his son about the missing items. Richard told his father that the only other people that were on the property were Cory Schmutz and Jessica Hutchins, but they had not been in the house.
Requests for prosecution were filled out. Total estimated value of missing items is $1,080.
Burglary in Collins
On Feb. 1, a St. Clair County deputy was dispatched to SE 1000 Rd. in regards to a broken window and that the inside of the residence had been ransacked.
The deputy met with Chelsea McDaniel. McDaniel stated she had moved out, but had left some of her possessions there. She also stated she drove to the house approximately twice a week to check on the residence. McDaniel stated when she drove to the residence today to check on it, she observed the window to the living room busted out.
McDaniel stated her kitchen stove, washer, dryer, refrigerator, and pot belly wood stove were missing, along with a broken front door lock.
A request for prosecution was signed. Total estimated loss is valued at $500.
Stealing in Osceola
On Jan. 31, a St. Clair County deputy was dispatched to Missouri Department of Transport Highway Department Service Center for a stealing report.
Stanley “Stan” Jovich, a representative for the Missouri Highway Department, said one of their digital signs was broken into and 10 pro series deep cycle batteries were cut out. Jovich said the sign was located on the southwest corner of Highway A and Highway 52 intersection when the batteries were stolen.
Jovich said the last time he knew the batteries were in the sign was January 25, 2018 and they noticed the batteries were missing January 31, 2018.
Sheriff Keeler urges those with any related information to these cases or any others to contact the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office Tip Line, 417-646-5832, or email to email@example.com
The JV and Varsity Basketball games scheduled for tonight have been postponed and re-scheduled for tomorrow night. El Dorado Springs has some potential wintery mix possibly moving in to their area later this evening and are worried about their kids getting home and then having to drive in icy conditions.
Tonight’s games will be played as scheduled on Wednesday, Feb. 7th