Vehicle Pursuits in Cass County

Cass Co – Deputies with the Cass County Sheriff’s Office were involved in two pursuits in the past 24 hours resulting in three arrests.

Around 5:12 pm on Thursday, deputies attempted to stop a silver Honda Civic in the area of N. Foxridge Drive and Granada Drive in Raymore.  The vehicle did not stop and continued north on Foxridge Drive.  A second deputy in the area responded as the pursuit traveled east on 155th Street.  The second deputy was able to successfully deploy a Grappler device and stopped the vehicle near E. 155th and S. Vogt Road.

Two occupants of the vehicle detained for questioning at the scene were released.  The driver, James S. York, 44, Belton, was arrested for resisting arrest and driving while revoked.  Deputies also located suspected narcotics inside the vehicle.  York was transported to the Cass County Jail.

“The quick and safe apprehension of this driver is the direct result of good training and equipping our deputies with the tools to do their job.  The incident ended in less than 5 minutes and resulted in the arrest of another career criminal,” said Sheriff Jeff Weber. 

Around 3:15 am on Friday, deputies were notified of a vehicle that fled from Pleasant Hill Officers south on 7 Highway.  A Cass County Deputy located the vehicle traveling west on P Highway near Raffurty Road and attempted to stop the vehicle.  The driver did not stop and continued driving at a high rate of speed towards 291 Highway.  The pursuit traveled south towards Harrisonville where a deputy and officers from the Harrisonville Police Department deployed tire deflation devices to disable the vehicle.

A Harrisonville Police Officer was able to successfully deploy a tire deflation device as the vehicle traveled south on 291 Highway near Royal Street.  The driver failed to negotiate the turn onto northbound I-49 and the vehicle became disabled on the concrete island at the entrance ramp.

Deputies located suspected narcotics inside the vehicle and recovered a bag thrown from the vehicle during the incident. A female passenger was questioned and released at the scene.

The driver, Dimitri L. Nimrod, 31, Kansas City, was arrested for resisting arrest and driving while revoked, along with warrants for Larceny in Raytown and Obstruction charges in Independence.

A passenger, James M. Saunders, 44, Kansas City, was arrested for active warrants in Blue Springs and Kansas City. 

Both subjects were transported to the Cass County Jail.  Dimitri Nimrod is currently in custody awaiting charges.

BCCHF Annual Golf Tournament

BCCHF 16th Annual Golf Tournament Set for June 28

Butler, Mo. ̶ The Bates County Community Health Foundation will host its 16th Annual, 2-Person/27-Hole Golf Tournament on Sunday, June 28, 2020 at the Butler Country Club. Check in is at 7:30 a.m. with an 8:00 a.m. shotgun start.

The Bates County Community Health Foundation Golf Tournament is the organization’s largest fundraising activity. Proceeds go to provide scholarships for students from Bates County who are pursuing careers in the health care field, and fund the ImPACT Concussion Program for area high schools.

Options: 9 Holes Best Ball, 9 Holes Alternate Shot, 9 Holes Scramble. Payouts are $250 for 1st; $200 for 2nd, and $150 for 3rd. Three flights for three places are based on 27 teams. Rental carts will be available for $20 per cart. Contestants must have a cart.

The entry fee is $75 per person and includes a box lunch. The Foundation appreciates your support by entering your team. Hole sponsorship is also available for businesses, clubs or individuals, with combo pricing available: $100 Hole Sponsorship; $250 (1 hole/1 team) or $500 (2 holes/2 teams).

For more information, visit our Facebook page or website, or contact Shawn McVey, BCCHF Foundation member, at 816-914-0901. Entry forms and sponsorship forms are available on the BCMH website at www.bcmhospital.com.

Adrian Family Care Clinic No Air Conditioning

The air conditioning at Adrian Family Care Clinic is not working and will be

under repair until approximately Wednesday, June 10. This was not a scheduled

repair. Clinic hours at our Adrian location are subject to change or closure due

to high temperatures in the forecast. The Adrian Family Care Clinic is   doing

what they can to accommodate the needs and comfort of scheduled patients,

and we apologize for any inconvenience. If you have an urgent, non-emergent

health care issue, please call clinic scheduling at 660-200-3627.

Open model Call at Sweet Dreams Photography

Attention families!  Sweet Dreams Photography is calling all cuties for an open Model Call.  They are looking for little girls with long, curly hair who can wear a size 5/6 dress.  All costumes will be provided and Sweet Dreams Photography will provide the pictures to the family at no cost.  As an added thank you, they will also give the family a free holiday photo shoot.  So if your little sweetheart meets these qualifications, call Sweet Dreams Photography in Butler, 660-679-0809.