Charge Filed in Connection With Burglary Incident in the Ladue Area / Assistance Still Requested From Public

On Thursday, April 29, 2021, a criminal charge was filed on Katelin R. Dugan, age 20, of Deepwater, stemming from an on-going criminal investigation into an incident that occurred on Friday evening, April 9, 2021, on SW 250, in the Ladue area.  A 2nd degree burglary charge was filed by the Henry County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.  Dugan was released from the Henry County Detention Center after posting a $10,000 dollar surety bond for this charge.

Trail cameras set up on the property captured photographs of a female perpetrator reported to be Dugan, as well as a male accomplice driving a white, full-sized Chevrolet pickup truck, with stolen items visible in the bed of the truck which were taken from the victim’s outbuilding.  The photographs of the perpetrators and suspect vehicle were posted to social media sites and the female suspect was identified as Dugan by numerous persons who contacted the victim and the Sheriff’s Office, as well as being identified by Sheriff’s Office deputies.

The Sheriff’s Office is still investigating this incident and is currently seeking the identification of the male perpetrator.  If anyone has any information regarding this incident or knows the identity of the male perpetrator &/or the location of the suspect vehicle, please contact Henry County Central Communications @ (660) 885-5587 or your local law enforcement agency.