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News Release Sept. 9-16, 2019Sheriff Scott Keeler reported deputies made three arrests and multiple reports during the week of Sept. 9-16, 2019.Warrant ArrestsTerry ParsonsTerry Parsons– On Sept. 13, Terry Parsons, 59, Lake Ozark, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with a class B misdemeanor exceeding the posted speed limit by 20-25 mph. Bond is set at $326 cash only.The charge stems from a traffic stop by the Missouri State Highway Patrol in March of 2019.Charles PhillipsCharles Phillips– On Sept. 12, Charles Phillips, 61, Appleton City, was taken into custody after being sentenced to seven years in the Missouri Department of Corrections.The sentencing comes after St. Clair County deputies assisted the Mid Missouri Drug Task Force with an investigation in Appleton City in January of 2019. While speaking with Phillips, he did give consent to search the residence. During the search, a pill bottle with Phillips’ name on it was located with a white crystal like substance inside of it. The substance did field test positive for methamphetamine.Clinton OehringClinton Oehring– On Sept. 10, Clinton Oehring, 28, Montrose, was arrested on multiple St. Clair County warrants. The first warrant charges him with a class E felony non-support, total arrears in excess of 12 monthly payments due under order of the court. Bond is set at $2,500 cash only.The second warrant charges him with a class B misdemeanor property damage in the second degree and an infraction charge for trespassing in the second degree. Bond is set at $2,500 cash or surety.The charges come after a deputy was dispatched to a residence on SW 300 Road in reference to trespassing. Upon arrival, the deputy spoke with Lewis Morgan. Morgan stated that Oehring drove down his driveway and started cutting doughnuts in the gravel and field. The gravel was thrown onto the windshield of Morgan’s truck, causing a crack in the glass.The third warrant charges him with a class E felony harassment in the first degree. Bond is set at $15,000 cash or surety.The charge comes after a St. Clair County deputy was dispatched to a residence on SW 300 Road in reference to harassment. Upon arrival, the deputy spoke with Lewis Morgan. Morgan stated that Oehring had sent his son a threatening message through Facebook Messenger. Morgan also stated Oehring drove by their residence shouting he was going to kill his son and the whole family. Morgan stated he heard four gunshots as Oehring drove by and two more after Oehring turned around and went by the residence again. 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.Stealing in El Dorado SpringsOn Sept. 16, a St. Clair County deputy was dispatched to a residence on SW highway 82 in reference to a stolen dirt bike. Upon arrival, the deputy spoke with Travis Berning. Berning stated it was an off-brand green 50cc dirt bike that went missing from his carport area. It was last seen on Sept. 13 around noon. Estimated loss value is $200. Stealing in El Dorado SpringsOn Sept. 15, a St. Clair County deputy was dispatched to a residence on SW Highway 82 in reference to a stolen dirt bike. Upon arrival, the deputy spoke with Jeremy Henderson. Henderson stated he came outside the morning of the 15th and noticed one of the barn doors partially open. Henderson stated he went inside the barn and noticed a 2008 Kawasaki KLX110 was missing.Estimated loss value is $1,200.On Sept. 16, with the help of the El Dorado Springs Police Department, the dirt bike was recovered in El Dorado Springs. The Henderson family was contacted to identify the dirt bike. The dirt bike was released back to the Hendersons. Stealing in WeaubleauOn Sept. 14, a St. Clair County deputy was dispatched to a residence on SE 700 Road in reference to stealing. Upon arrival, the deputy spoke with Christopher Case. Case stated he was in the process of moving. Case stated when he arrived back to his residence he noticed two kayaks were missing. Case had entered the residence and seen that someone had gone through his belongings. The only thing he noticed, at the time, that was missing was a small black safe that contained a necklace.Estimated loss value is $700. Property Damage in CollinsOn Sept. 11, a St. Clair County deputy was dispatched to a residence on SE 400 Road in reference to property damage. Upon arrival, the deputy spoke with Mike Jinks. Jinks stated when he got to the property, he noticed the lock to his gate was gone and the chain was cut. When he got to the residence, he noticed the garage door lock had been cut. The door to the residence had broken glass right above the lock.Jinks stated he did not notice anything missing from the residence. Estimated loss value is $180. Stealing in RoscoeOn Sept. 10, a St. Clair County deputy was dispatched to a residence on SW 2nd Street in reference to a stealing. Upon arrival, the deputy spoke with Marsha Masten. Masten stated that the night before, she had seen two brown four wheelers riding around that she hadn’t seen before.On the morning of the 10th, when Masten exited her residence, she noticed her garage door was slightly open. When Masten looked around inside, she noticed three, five gallon gas tanks, a Stihl chainsaw, and a gas powered leaf blower were missing. Masten stated she found her empty gas cans down by the bridge in Roscoe.The estimated loss value is $600. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.