Bates County Circuit Court News

CIRCUIT COURT OF BATES COUNTY, COURT NEWS

MARCH 30- APRIL 6, 2018

Danielle L Hall v Bobby J Hall,  Dissolution of Marriage is granted.

 

Kimberly D Kennedy v Joshua T Kennedy, Dissolution of Marriage is granted.

 

St v. Daniel Thomas Chastain II, Felony forgery, guilty plea, sentenced to 7 yrs in MDOC

 

Under 559  120 days ITC for  all 3 cases concurrent.

 

St v. Daniel T Chastain, Felony tampering, guilty plea, sentenced to 7 yrs in MDOC under

 

559,  120 days ITC, to pay $1376 restitution.

 

St v. Aaron W Dodson, guilty plea, Ct I: Felony poss of controlled substance, methamphetamines—given SIS, placed on 5 yrs probation, to perform 200 hours of community service,  Ct II: Misd. Poss of drug paraphernalia, III: Misd. DWR/DWS—sentenced to 2 days in jail with credit for time served, IV:  speeding, State dismisses Ct III.

 

St v. Rhiannon M Jacobs, I: Felony resisting a lawful stop,  guilty plea, sentenced to 5 yrs probation, standard conditions, to perform 200 hrs community service, to served 20 days in jail, pay $500 fine and court costs.

 

St v. Rhiannon M Jacobs, Felony burglary, guilty plea sentenced to 5 yrs in MDOC, given SES

Placed on 5 yrs probation, standard conditions.

 

St v. Anna E McGraw, probation revoked, admitted violation to do post conviction 120, bed date is May 7.

 

St v. Ryan A Gabriel, probation revoked, previous sentence ordered executed on Felony DWI, sentence of 7 yrs in MDOC. Sentence to run concurrent with other sentences.

 

St v. Ryan A Gabriel, probation revoked, previous sentence ordered executed on Ct I: Felony burglary, II: Felony assault,  previous sentence of 7 yrs on each count.

 

St v. Ricky A Wilson, Felony burglary, guilty plea, sentenced to 3 yrs , given SES, placed on 5 yrs probation, standard conditions, to perform 100 hours of community service, pay restitution of $100 and court costs.

 

St v. Daniel T Chastain, Felony poss of controlled substance, sentenced to MDOC for 7 yrs, on  Counts II: Misd poss of controlled substance, marijuana, III: Misd. Poss of drug paraphernalia—sentenced to 2 days in jail, with credit for time served.

 

 

 

 

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Bates County Sheriff’s Office Activity Report

Bates County Sheriff’s Office Activity Report

April 2, 2018 –April 8, 2018

 

April 2, 2018

TRAFFIC STOP – BATES COUNTY

STRUCTURE FIRE – RICH HILL

FOLLOW UP – BATES COUNTY

AMBULANCE REQUEST – BATES COUNTY

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

LOST/FOUND PROPERTY – RICH HILL

SPEAK TO OFFICER – RICH HILL

PAPER SERVICE – FOSTER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER – AMORET

PAPER SERVICE – RICH HILL

PAPER SERVICE – ARCHIE

PAPER SERVICE – ADRIAN

SPEAK TO OFFICER – BATES COUNTY

BURGLARY – ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE – AMSTERDAM

SUICIDAL PERSON – BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER – BATES COUNTY

TRAFFIC STOP – ADRIAN

 

April 3, 2018

TRAFFIC STOP – RICH HILL

FIRE CALL – ADRIAN

ALARM CALL – RICH HILL

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY – ADRIAN

FIRE CALL – ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER – ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE – ADRIAN

ANIMAL CALL – ADRIAN

MVA – BUTLER

TRAFFIC STOP – PASSAIC

911- HANGUP – ADRIAN

ATTEMPT OT LOCATE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – AMSTERDAM

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – DREXEL

PEDESTRIAN CHECK – MERWIN

C&I DRIVER – BUTLER

FIRE CALL – ADRIAN

FOLLOW UP – ADRIAN

DOMESTIC – RICH HILL

ANIMAL CALL – ADRIAN

SPEAK TO OFFICER – ADRIAN

FOLLOW UP – ADRIAN

SUICIDAL PERSON – DREXEL

AMBULANCE REQUEST – ADRAIN

ATTEPT TO LOCATE – DREXEL

FIRE CALL – RICH HILL

SUSPICIOIUS ACTIVITY –  ADRIAN

 

 

 

April 4, 2018

LOST/FOUND PROPERTY – ADRAIN

SUSPICIUOS ACTIVITY – RICH HILL

AMBULANCE REQUEST – ADRIAN

AMBULANCE REQUEST – RICH HILL

ALARM CALL- AMORET

PEDESTRIAN CHECK – BUTLER

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – PASSAIC

WARRANT SERVICE – BUTLER

AMBULANCE REQUEST – HUME

SPEAK TO OFFICER – BUTLER

SPAEK TO OFFICER – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – FOSTER

PAPER SERVICE – ROCKVILLE

SPEAK TO OFFICER – RICH HILL

SPEAK TO OFFICER – BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER – MONTROSE

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER – AMSTERDAM

CHECK WELL BEING – RICH HILL

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

THEFT/STEALING – BUTLER

TRAFFIC STOP – BUTLER

ANIMAL CALL – ADRIAN

TRAFFIC STOP – ADRIAN

ANIMAL CALL – MERWIN

ALARM CALL – BUTLER

TRAFFIC STOP – ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE – ADRIAN

SPEAK TO OFFICER – RICH HILL

ABANDONDED VEHICLE –  RICH HILL

 

 

 

April 5, 2018

AGENCY ASSIST – BUTLER

SUSPICOUS ACTIVITY – RICH HILL

SPEAK TO OFFICER – RICH HILL

DISTURBANCE – RICH HILL

TRAFFIC STOP – RICH HILL

AMBULANCE REQUEST – ADRIAN

SPEAK TO OFFICER – RICH HILL

THEFT/STEALING – PASSAIC

STRANDED MOTORIST – ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

BRUSH FIRE – BUTLER

DOMESTIC – RICH HILL

LEAVE WITHOUT PAY – ADRIAN

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – BUTLER

TRAFFIC STOP – BUTLER

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – RICH HILL

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – RICH HILL

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – RICH HILL

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – RICH HILL

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – RICH HILL

TRAFFIC STOP – RICH HILL

SPEAK TO OFFICER – BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER – RICH HILL

THEFT/STEALING – ADRIAN

SHOPLIFTER – ADRINA

AGENCY ASSIST – BUTLER

CHECK WELL BEING – BUTLER

ANIMAL CALL – ADRIAN

ANIMAL CALL – ADRIAN

ANIMAL CALL – ROCKVILLE

SPEAK TO OFFICER – RICH HILL

SPEAK TO OFFICER – ADRIAN

ANIMAL CALL – ADRIAN

FOLLOW UP – ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE – ADRIAN

TRAFFIC STOP – ADRIAN

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – RICH HILL

TRAFFIC STOP – BUTLER

TRAFFIC STOP – RICH HILL

WRONG WAY DRIVER – BUTLER

TRAFFIC STOP – ROCKVILLE

MVA – RICH HILL

TRAFFIC STOP – HUDSON

 

 

April 6, 2018

MVA – RICH HILL

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – RICH HILL

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

MVA – ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE-ROCKVILLE

DEBRIS IN ROADWAY-ROCKVILLE

SPEAK TO OFFICER-BUTLER

ALARM CALL-ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE-FOSTER

PAPER SERVICE-BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE-BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER-ADRIAN

STRANDED MOTORIST-BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE-ADRIAN

C&I DRIVER-ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE-ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE-BUTLER

AMBULANCE REQUEST-AMSTERDAM

PAPER SERVICE-BUTLER

THEFT/STEALING-RICH HILL

ANIMAL CALL-RICH HILL

C&I DRIVER-ADRIAN

TRAFFIC STOP-RICH HILL

 

April 7, 2018
TRAFFIC STOP-BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE-BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE-BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE-BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE-BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE-BUTLER

AGENCY ASSIST-RICH HILL

PAPER SERVICE-ROCKVILLE

STRANDED MOTORIST-ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE-ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE-BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE-BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE-BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER-VIRGINIA

 

April 8, 2018

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY – BATES COUNTY

AGENCY ASSIST – MSHP BATES COUNTY

STOELN VEHICLE – BATES COUNTY

MISSING PERSON – APPLETON CITY

AMBULANCE REQUEST – RICH HILL

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE – BATES COUNTY

SUICIDAL PERSON – BUTLER

CHECK THE WELL BEING – BUTLER

TRAFFIC STOP – BUTLER

ALARM CALL – ADRIAN

HARASSMENT – RICH HILL

PAPER SERVICE – ROCKVILLE

TRAFFIC STOP – RICH HILL

TRAFFIC STOP – AMORET

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE – BATES COUNTY

JAIL TRANSPORT – BUTLER

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY – AMSTERDAM

BURGLARY – RICH HILL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Help the Hummingbirds ” It’s Time to put out Feeders”

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages people to discover nature this spring by learning about the ruby-throated hummingbird. Missourians will begin seeing these birds this month as the tiny long-distance fliers return to the state as part of their spring migration.

“Hummingbirds will be arriving soon and a few have already been spotted in southern Missouri,” said MDC State Ornithologist Sarah Kendrick. “It’s time to put out feeders! Their numbers will increase throughout the month of April.”

Hummingbird feeder sugar water does not need to be colored red, added Kendrick. The birds will find it and drink it without coloring.

She noted hummingbirds.net/map.html is a fun and useful website to see when and where hummingbirds are migrating. The migration map shows locations where the birds have already been spotted this year as they migrate northward into the U.S. and Canada. The website also allows visitors to help out by submitting dates and exact locations of hummingbird sightings. Other online resources, such as eBird.org, also use birder-submitted information to track bird sightings as they move northward.

Like about 80 other bird species that breed in Missouri, hummingbirds typically migrate south in early fall and migrate back north in the spring.

“Hummingbirds arrive in Missouri in April and May to nest and raise their young. They then make their fall southward migration in mid-August with most leaving by early October,” Kendrick said. “A few birds overwinter in extreme southern coastal states, but most overwinter from southern Mexico to Costa Rica. These tiny birds are so amazing! During migration, they fly nonstop for 600 miles from the Gulf Coast of the U.S. to the Yucatan Peninsula over the Gulf of Mexico and then back on their return trips. They can lose half their body weight during this 24-hour flight.”

Early spring arrivals rely on sap oozing from sapsucker-drilled holes and insects for food. With warmer weather, they soon switch to eating nectar from many different kinds of flowers later in spring. This gives them energy needed to catch insects all day long to feed their young.

Hummingbirds are more than just a delight to watch zipping around at your feeder, they also play very important roles in our ecosystem.

“Hummingbirds are important pollinators for many plants that require a long-billed pollinator,” Kendrick said. “And because of their small size, hummingbirds can end up as food for predators, such as large insects, spiders, other birds, and frogs.”

She added, “Another great way to help hummers and other migratory birds is to grow native plants. Native plants attract native insects, which are a vital food source for breeding birds. Great native plants for hummingbirds include cardinal flower, jewelweed, and trumpet creeper.”

Learn more about helping hummingbirds at nature.mdc.mo.gov/discover-nature/activities/bird-feeding/attracting-hummingbirds.

Hummingbirds are found across Missouri throughout the summer and can be seen around nectar feeders outside homes and in parks and gardens. Hummingbirds nest in wooded areas on small tree branches 10-20 feet up, and are frequently observed near forests and streams. Learn more through MDC’s online Field Guide at nature.mdc.mo.gov/discover-nature/field-guide/ruby-throated-hummingbird.

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Bates County Republicans Spaghetti Dinner

The Bates County Republicans will be having a Spaghetti Dinner Tuesday, April 24, 2018, 6 PM at the VFW Building in Adrian!

Please plan to join us and RSVP to Gayle at 660-464-1330. We hope to see everyone there!

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