Tammy Hiller: On February 18th Tammy Hiller, age 50 and of Lowry City, was arrested by a St. Clair County deputy on a Jackson County warrant charging her with Felony D Possession of a Controlled Substance. The deputies also charged her with a Felony D Possession of a Controlled Substance and Misdemeanor D Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Bond is set at $4,000 or 10 percent cash.
The arrest comes after St. Clair County deputies went to a residence in Twin Oaks Harbor to serve a warrant. While at the residence, Hiller admitted that there may be some marijuana in her belongings. She consented to a search of her belongings. Deputies found a glass pipe used for smoking methamphetamines.
Alexander Stewart: On February 18th Alexander Stewart, age 27 and of Jasper, was arrested by a St. Clair County deputy on a Jasper County warrant charging him with Failure to Appear In Court on Misdemeanor Charges of Speeding, No Insurance, and No Operator’s License and a Barton County Warrant for No Operator’s License. Total bond is set at $1,489 cash only.
The arrest comes after the St. Clair County deputy performed a traffic stop on a vehicle that Stewart was driving.
Thomas Killiebrew Sr.: On February 14th Thomas Killiebrew Sr., age 42 and of Montrose, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with an Unclassified Felony of Statutory Rape in the First Degree for Sexual Intercourse with a Person Less Than 14 Years Old, an Unclassified Felony of Statutory Sodomy in the First Degree for Deviate Sexual Intercourse with a Person Less Than 14 Years Old, Threatening Serious Physical Injury/Displays with a Deadly Weapon, an Unclassified Felony of Sodomy in the First Degree for Deviate Sexual Intercourse with a Person Less Than 14 Years Old, and two Class D Felonies of Incest. Bond is set at $250,000 cash only.
This is an ongoing investigation with the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office. More formal charges are pending.
Dakota Antle: On February 12th Dakota Antle, age 24 and of St. Joseph, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant for multiple charges. He is being charged with a Class E Felony of Leaving a Scene of an Accident with Property Damage Exceeding $1,000, and a Class E Felony of Resisting Arrest/Detention/Stop by Fleeing. There are five Class a Misdemeanor Charges for Assault in the Fourth Degree, Operating a Motor Vehicle in a Careless and Imprudent Manner While Involving an Accident, Failure to Yield to Emergency Vehicle Sounding and Displaying Red/Blue Lights, Driving While Revoked Or Suspended-Second Offense, and Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Antle is also charged with two Class C Misdemeanors for Failure to Stop at a Stop Sign and Exceeding the Posted Speed Limit by 16-19 Mph. Total bond is set at $7,500 cash or surety.
The charges come after a St. Clair County deputy attempted a traffic stop on a vehicle that Antle was driving. Antle failed to yield to the deputy and fled. When the deputy tried to block the vehicle, Antle accelerated his vehicle, side swiped the patrol vehicle, and continued to flee. After a short distance, Antle did stop the vehicle. The deputies did a search of the car and found a glass pipe used for smoking marijuana.
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.
Failure to Yield
On February 17th a St. Clair County deputy made a traffic stop on a vehicle that was going south on Highway 13 for speeding. As the deputy was on the radio with dispatch, the vehicle took off and refused to pull back over.
As the vehicle continued to fail to yield, Missouri State Highway Patrol and Polk County Sheriff’s Office were contacted by dispatch for assistance. As the vehicle was entering Polk County, Missouri State Highway Patrol deployed tire spikes. The driver of the vehicle swerved to the right and over-corrected to the left, which caused the vehicle to spin around and off the west side of the road. The driver started driving through the grass and tried to get back on the surfaced highway. A St. Clair County deputy blocked the vehicle from getting back onto the highway.
With the help from another St. Clair County deputy, Missouri State Highway Patrol, and a Polk County deputy two juvenile suspects were taken into custody without further incident.
A check of the vehicle identification number showed that it was stolen out of Kansas City, Missouri.
The juveniles were evasive to the deputies about their names and dates of birth. After being fingerprinted to confirm their identity, they were juveniles. A St. Clair County deputy contacted the area Juvenile Officer and advised him of the situation. The Juvenile Officer took custody of the two juveniles and transported them to the Cass County Juvenile Center.
Burglary in Osceola
On February 15th a St. Clair County deputy was dispatched to NE Old Highway 13 in reference to a burglary.
Upon arrival, the deputy contacted James William who stated that when he arrived home he found several screens removed from the windows on his house. William stated that several home furnishings had been gone through, and his belongings were lying on the floor. William stated that his 50” Vizio TV was missing. The TV is valued at $600.
The deputy took photographs and collected evidence from the scene.
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