Brunswick Police Department

  • Agency: Brunswick Police Department
  • Address: 115 W Broadway St, Brunswick, 65236 MO
  • Chief: Allan Cameron (Chief of Police)
Phone: 660-548-3491
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Brunswick Police Department is located at 115 W Broadway St, Brunswick, 65236 MO. The Chief of Police of the department is Allan Cameron. The Brunswick Police Department phone number is 660-548-3491.

Brunswick Police Department News

*BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT* *MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT* *SEPTEMBER 2014* The Brunswick Police Department hereby makes this monthly report regarding police department activities during the month of September, 2014. The Police Department responded to 10 Calls for Service. To Include: 2 Civil Disputes/Standby’s, 2 Medical Assist, 1 Alarm, 1 Assist other law enforcement agency, 1 Burglary 1 Suspicious Person, 1 Traffic Complaint, 1 Well Being Checks. Of these calls; 9 were handled by the officer, 1 report were taken. The police department conducted 117 security/business or residential checks. The police department conducted 21 traffic stops, of which; 17 traffic stops resulted in warnings being issued. 1 traffic stop resulted in a citation being issued. 3 traffic stops resulted in an arrest. (Driving While Intoxicated (2) & Driving While Driver’s License Revoked)

***GOODWILL DONATIONS*** On Sept 3rd 2014, Chariton County Deputy Troy Frakes was injured in The Line of Duty. A monetary donation container has been placed in Casey’s General Store in Brunswick Mo. The police department will also be accepting monetary donations at its headquarters during its operating hours. All monetary donations will be used to assist Deputy Frakes with any medical expenses incurred as a result of his injury. Stay Strong Troy, Get Well Soon!!!

***Goodwill Donations*** On Sept 3rd 2014, Chariton County Deputy Troy Frakes was injured in The Line of Duty. A monetary donation container has been placed in Casey’s General Store in Brunswick Mo. The police department will also be accepting monetary donations at its headquarters during its operating hours. All monetary donations will be used to assist Deputy Frakes with any medical expenses incurred as a result of his injury. Stay Strong Troy, Get Well Soon!!!

*BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT* *MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT* *AUGUST 2014* The Brunswick Police Department hereby makes this monthly report regarding police department activities during the month of August, 2014. The Police Department responded to 20 Calls for Service. To Include: 4 Well Being Checks, 4 assist other law enforcement agencies, 3 Medical Assist, 2 Peace Disturbance’s, 1 Civil Dispute/Standby, 1 Harassment Complaint, 1 Theft, 1 Traffic Complaint, 1 Property Dispute, 1 Animal Abuse & 1 assist stranded motorist. Of these calls; 18 were handled by the officer, 2 reports were taken The police department conducted 427 security/business or residential checks. The police department conducted 14 traffic stops, of which; 11 traffic stops resulted in warnings being issued, 1 traffic stop resulted in a citation being issued & 2 traffic stops resulted in an arrest (DWI & Minor Visibly Intoxicated) The police department conducted numerous nuisance property compliance checks within its city limits. In speaking with property owners the police department received compliance to include; 6 nuisance grass/debris properties which were abated. (W. Harrison St x 2, Keyte St, W. Crystal Alley St, W. Broadway St, Depot Alley) The police department wishes to thank all property owners who are currently complying with city of Brunswick nuisance ordnance's & assisting in creating a better standard of living within the community.

*BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT* *MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT* *JULY 2014* The Brunswick Police Department makes this monthly report regarding police department activities during the month of July, 2014. The Police Department responded to 17 Calls for Service. To Include: 3 Civil Disputes/Standby’s, 2 Assist other law enforcement agency, 2 Harassment Complaints, 2 Medical Assist, 2 Theft’s, 2 Traffic Complaints, 1 Assault, 1 Burglary, 1 Suspicious Activity & 1 Well Being Check. Of these calls; 12 were handled by the officer, 3 reports were taken & 2 arrests were made. The police department conducted 227 security/business or residential checks. The police department conducted 15 traffic stops, of which; 12 traffic stops resulted in warnings being issued, 1 traffic stop resulted in a citation being issued & 2 traffic stops resulted in an arrest. One for Minor Visibly Intoxicated while operating a motor vehicle & one Possession of less than 35 grams of Marijuana. The police department conducted numerous nuisance property compliance checks within its city limits. In speaking with property owners the police department received compliance to include; 1 nuisance grass/debris properties which was abated on N. Jefferson St.

*BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT* *MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT* *JUNE 2014* The Brunswick Police Department does hereby make this monthly report regarding police department activities during the month of June, 2014. The Police Department responded to 32 Calls for Service. To Include: 8 Medical Assist, 4 Assist other law enforcement agency, 3 Animal Complaints, 3 Peace Disturbance’s, 2 Civil Disputes/Standby’s 2 Warrant Service, 2 Well Being Checks, 1 Alarm, 1 Assault, 1 Fraudulent Use of Credit/Debit Device, 1 Incorrigible Juvenile, 1 Intoxicated Minor 1 Property Damage, 1 Traffic Crash, 1 Vehicle Lockout Of these calls; 24 were handled by the officer, 4 arrests were made, 3 reports were taken, 1 summons was issued The police department conducted 361 security/business or residential checks. The police department conducted 35 traffic stops, of which; 24 traffic stops resulted in warnings being issued. 8 traffic stops resulted in citations being issued. 3 traffic stops resulted in an arrest. (Driving While Intoxicated (3) The police department conducted numerous nuisance property compliance checks within its city limits. In speaking with property owners the police department received compliance to include; 3 nuisance grass/debris properties which were abated on Breckenridge St, Mulberry St & Cliff Dr. The police department wishes to thank all property owners who are currently complying with city of Brunswick nuisance ordnance's & assisting in creating a better standard of living within the community.

*BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT* *ARREST REPORT* *MAJOR INCIDENT REPORT* *MAY 2014* *PRESS RELEASE* On May 6, 2014 at around 1755 hours, Brunswick Police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle pursuant to a moving violation committed within the 100 block of E. Broadway St. Following an investigation, the driver identified as Major C. Deweese Jr, 62 year old of Brunswick was arrested for Felony Driving While Intoxicated (Chronic Offender) Additionally, Deweese was cited & issued summons for failure to drive on the right half of the roadway & no seat belt. Deweese was transported to the Chariton County Jail & later released pending formal charges. On May 7, 2014 at around 2225 hours, Brunswick Police responded to the 700 block of W. Broadway St in regards to a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival the officer made contact with a victim of assault & through investigation a suspect was identified. Brunswick police arrested Richard D. Agee Jr, 26 year old of Brunswick for Domestic Assault 3rd Degree. Agee was transported to the Chariton County Jail & later released pending formal charges. On May 9, 2014 at round 0200 hours, Brunswick Police received a request for mutual aid from the Mo State Hwy Patrol & the Chariton County Sheriff’s Department regarding a careless & reckless driver traveling eastbound on U.S. Hwy 24 entering Chariton County from Carroll County. Brunswick police identified the vehicle in question & initiated a traffic stop near the Hwy 24 & Hwy 11 junction. Following an on scene investigation the driver, identified as Aaron M. Ditimer, 22 year old of Keytesville, was arrested by a Chariton County Deputy for Driving While Intoxicated. Ditimer was transported to the Chariton County Jail & later released on bond. On May 11, 2014 at around 0015 hours, Brunswick Police responded to the 400 block of W. Crystal Alley in regards to a report of assault. Upon arrival the officer made contact with a victim of assault & through investigation a suspect was identified. Brunswick police arrested Matthew W. Venne, 28 year old of Brunswick for Assault 3rd Degree. Venne was transported to the Chariton County Jail & later released pending formal charges. On May 18, 2014 at around 0106 hours, Brunswick Police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle pursuant to a moving violation committed within the 500 block of N. Adams St. Following an investigation, the driver identified as Timothy A. Chowning, 20 year old of Brunswick was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. Additionally, Chowning was cited & issued summons for minor visibly intoxicated & failure to signal turn as required. Chowning was transported to the Chariton County Jail & later released on bond. On May 24, 2014 at around 1958 hours, Brunswick Police initiated a traffic stop on a driver of a vehicle known to have a suspended driver’s license. Following an investigation, the driver identified as Stacey I. Morehead, 34 year old of Brunswick was arrested for Driving While Driver's License Suspended. Additionally, Morehead was cited & issued summons for failure to maintain financial responsibility (no insurance) & no seat belt. Morehead was transported to the Chariton County Jail & later released on bond. The Brunswick Police Department reminds all citizens that all suspects are to be presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

*BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT* *MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT* *MAY 2014* The Brunswick Police Department hereby makes this monthly report regarding police department activities during the month of May, 2014. The Police Department responded to 21 Calls for Service. To Include: 4 Civil Disputes/Standby’s, 4 Peace Disturbances, 2 Assist other law enforcement agency, 2 Well Being Checks, 2 Harassment Complaints 1 Assault, 1 Burglary, 1 Domestic Disturbance, 1 Incorrigible Juvenile, 1 Medical Assist, 1 Property Damage & 1 Traffic Crash Of these calls; 13 were handled by the officer, 4 reports were taken, 3 arrests were made, 1 summons was issued The police department conducted 293 security/business or residential checks. The police department conducted 27 traffic stops, of which; 21 traffic stops resulted in warnings being issued. 3 traffic stops resulted in citations being issued. 3 traffic stops resulted in an arrest. (Driving While Intoxicated (2) Driving While Suspended (1) The police department conducted numerous nuisance property compliance checks within its city limits. In speaking with property owners the police department received compliance to include; 9 nuisance grass/debris properties which were abated. W. Broadway St (4), County Rd (2), N. Orange St (1), Keyte St (1), E. Harrison St (1). The police department wishes to thank all property owners who are currently complying with city of Brunswick nuisance ordnance's & assisting in creating a better standard of living within the community.

*BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT* *MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT* *APRIL 2014* The Brunswick Police Department does hereby make this monthly report regarding police department activities during the month of April, 2014. The Police Department responded to 17 Calls for Service. To Include: 3 Medical Assist, 2 Domestic Disturbances, 2 Harassment Complaints, 2 Suspicious Activity Complaints, 1 Animal Complaint 1 Assist other law enforcement agency, 1 Civil Disputes/Standby’s, 1 Littering Complaint, 1 Peace Disturbance, 1 Request for Traffic Control 1 Traffic Crash & 1 Vehicle Lockout. Of these calls; 15 were handled by the officer & 2 Reports were taken. The police department conducted 377 security/business or residential checks. The police department conducted 21 traffic stops, of which; 14 traffic stops resulted in warnings being issued. 6 traffic stops resulted in citations being issued. 1 traffic stop resulted in an arrest. (Driving While Intoxicated/Endangering the Welfare of a Child) Regarding the police departments major incidences & or arrest report; On April 11, 2014 at around 2338 hours, Brunswick Police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle pursuant to a moving violation within the 300 block of W. Broadway St. Following an investigation, the driver identified as Zachary M. Wahlbrink, 28 year old of Brunswick was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated & Endangering the Welfare of a Child in the 2nd Degree. Additionally, Wahlbrink was cited & issued summons for Failure to Signal Turn as Required, Failure to Secure Child Less Than 8 Years Old in a Child Restraint/Booster Seat & Failure to Wear Safety Belt as required. Wahlbrink was transported to the Chariton County Jail where he posted bond & was released. The Brunswick Police Department reminds all citizens that all suspects are to be presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Additionally, as the weather has warmed the police department has begun to compile a list of properties within the city which are in violation of our nuisance ordnance's. To include tall grass or weeds, trash, junk, derelict machinery, unlicensed & or junk motor vehicles etc. The police department will begin speaking with property owners directly in order to obtain their compliance regarding these violations. The Brunswick Police Department respectfully requests all property owners within its city limits to be mindful of our city's nuisance ordinances & to make every effort possible to come into compliance without the need of any legal action on behalf of the police department & the city of Brunswick. For more information regarding Brunswick nuisance ordnance's or to file a complaint please call the police department/city hall at 660-548-3028.

*BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT* *ARREST REPORT* *MAJOR INCIDENT REPORT* *MARCH 2014* *PRESS RELEASE* On March 8, 2014 at around 12:23 A.M., Brunswick Police responded to the 100 Block of E. Broadway St in regards to a report of a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival police made contact with the vehicle owners & a potential suspect was identified. The following day the vehicle was located within the city limits of Brunswick by the Chariton County Sheriff’s Department. Following an investigation the Chariton County Sheriff’s Department arrested Brenda K. Parkhurst, 49 year old of Brunswick for Tampering with a Motor Vehicle. On the same date a felony complaint & request for warrant was filed by the Chariton County Prosecuting Attorney &9th Circuit Judge T. Tschannen issued an arrest warrant in regards to the incident for Parkhurst, for the class C felony of Tampering with a Motor Vehicle -1st Degree, cash bond being $10,000.00. Parkhurst remains incarcerated within the Chariton County Jail on said bond. On March 9, 2014 at around 1:13 A.M., Brunswick Police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle pursuant to a moving violation within the 300 block of 4th St. Following an investigation, the driver identified as Jacob L. Carson, 30 year old of Brunswick was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. Additionally, Carson was cited & issued summons's for Failure to register Motor Vehicle, Failure to Drive on the Right Half of the Roadway & Failure to wear a Safety Belt as Required. Carson was transported to the Chariton County Jail where he posted bond & was released. On March 14, 2014 at around 9:18 P.M., Brunswick Police attempted to initiate a traffic stop on a vehicle whose driver was wanted on numerous Chariton County arrest warrants. The vehicle & driver fled Brunswick Police traveling westbound on U.S. Hwy 24 exiting Brunswick city limits. Brunswick police pursued the wanted driver into Carroll County before discontinuing the pursuit upon entering Dewitt city limits. A probable cause statement was later completed & forwarded to the Chariton County prosecuting Attorney for review & action. On March 21, 2014 a felony complaint & request for warrant was filed by Chariton County Prosecuting Attorney Bryan D. Scheiderer & Chariton County Associate Judge Andrea Vandeloecht issued an arrest warrant in regards to the incident for Richard E. Tietjens, 35 year old of Brunswick for the class D Felony of Resisting Arrest/Detention/Stop by Fleeing - Creating A Substantial Risk Of Serious Injury/Death To Any Person, cash bond being $5,000.00. Tietjens was later apprehended by authorities & remains incarcerated within the Chariton County Jail on said bond. On March 22, 2014 at around 11:42 P.M., Brunswick Police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle pursuant to a moving violation within the 300 block of S. Orange St. Following an investigation, a passenger of the vehicle identified as Shane D. Pulley, 17 year old of Brunswick was arrested for Possession of Liquor by a Minor. Pulley was transported to the Chariton County Jail where he was later released. The Brunswick Police Department reminds all citizens that all suspects are to be presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

*BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT* *MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT* *MARCH 2014* The Brunswick Police Department does hereby make this monthly report regarding police department activities during the month of March, 2014. The Police Department responded to 15 Calls for Service. To Include: 2 Animal Complaints, 2 Assault's, 2 Civil Disputes/Standby’s, 2 Suspicious Activities, 1 Alarm, 1 Assist other law enforcement agency, 1 Fire Assist, 1 Medical Assist, 1 Suicidal Subject, 1 Stolen Vehicle, 1 Vehicle Lockout Of these calls; 11 were handled by the officer, 2 Reports were taken, 1 arrest were made, 1 was unfounded The police department conducted 193 security/business or residential checks. The police department conducted 32 traffic stops, of which; 23 traffic stops resulted in warnings being issued. 7 traffic stops resulted in citations being issued. (All for Speed in excess of 10 mph over limit) 2 traffic stops resulted in an arrest. (Driving While Intoxicated & Possession of Liquor by Minor) The police department would like to remind residents it is currently leasing animal traps/cages to those citizens who are having problems with unwanted wild or domestic animals (Raccoon's, Cats, Small dogs etc) being within their yards or going through their trash etc. Any resident who uses a trap & successfully catches an animal will have the animal removed by the city. Should any Brunswick resident wish to utilize this service please call city hall at 660-548-3028, we would be more than happy to assist you with your problem.

*Brunswick Police Ask Residents to* *Help Prevent Spring Burglaries* Brunswick Police would like to remind residents that as the weather warms the likelihood of increased incidences of burglaries & thefts will rise as well. B.P.D asks it citizens to be mindful & take extra caution to prevent becoming a victim of burglary or theft. Citizens are reminded to take simple steps to ensure their residence or vehicles are secure, prior to leaving for an extended period. Residents are encouraged to: 1. Always lock your vehicles. 2. Never leave anything of value in plain view in your vehicle. 3. Always attempt to park your vehicle near a viable light source, i.e. street light, garage light, porch light etc. 4. Trim trees and shrubs so that they cannot be used as hiding places for intruders. 5. Always lock your residence when you are away, even if it is for a short amount of time & always leave a light on inside. 6. Push button locks on doorknobs are easy for burglars to open. Install deadbolt locks on all your outside doors. 7. Make sure your door hinges are on the inside. 8. Leave ample exterior/interior lights on, or use timers 9. Arrange for pickup/or stop delivery of mail, newspapers, and packages 10. Ensure all doors and windows are secure 11. Disable automatic garage doors 12. Make a list of valuable items to include serial numbers 13. Ask a trusted friend, neighbor or family member to check on your residence while you are away 14. Do NOT announce your absence on voicemail, email or social media sites. 15. Give the residence the appearance that someone is home 16. Request the B.P.D. conduct periodic security checks on the residence. All residents are encouraged to be watchful in their neighborhoods and notify police immediately of any suspicious activity, vehicles, or persons. Report any & all suspicious activity to your local 911 center at 660-288-3460. Descriptions, license plate numbers, and last location observed are important details for responding officers and investigators. The Brunswick Police Department will be deploying additional resources during this time to help deter and detect burglaries. Various methods, including use of uniformed and plainclothes personnel, marked vehicles, and additional neighborhood patrols in areas identified as higher potential targets. With the help of citizens, we believe we can have continued success

*BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT* *ARREST REPORT* *FEBRUARY 2014* *PRESS RELEASE* On February 9, 2014 at around 0110 hours, Brunswick Police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle pursuant to a moving violation within the 400 block of E. Broadway St. Following an investigation, the driver identified as Tina M. Wattenbarger, 41 year old of Brunswick was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. Additionally, Wattenbarger was arrested for resisting lawful arrest. Wattenbarger was transported to the Chariton County Jail where she posted bond & was released. On February 24, 2014 at around 1439 hours, Brunswick Police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle pursuant to a moving violation within the 100 block of S. Worth St. Following an investigation, the driver identified as Stacey I. Morehead, 34 year old of Brunswick, was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while driver’s license suspended. Morehead was transported to the Chariton County Jail where she posted bond & was released On February 25, 2014 at around 1139 hours, Brunswick Police responded to the 500 Block of N. Adams St in regards to a report of domestic assault. Upon arrival police made contact with a victim of the alleged assault. Following an investigation Brunswick Police arrested James Henry Watts III, 48 year old of Brunswick for domestic assault. Additionally Watts III was arrested for resisting lawful arrest. On the same date a felony complaint & request for warrant was filed by the Chariton County Prosecuting Attorney. On February 26th Chariton County Associate Judge Andrea Vandeloecht issued an arrest warrant in regards to the incident for Watts III, for the class C felony of Domestic Assault 2nd Degree & Class D felony of Resisting Lawful Arrest for a Felony, cash bond being $7,000.00. Watts III remains incarcerated within the Chariton County Jail on said bond. The Brunswick Police Department reminds all citizens that suspects are to be presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

*BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT* *MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT* *FEBRUARY 2014* The Brunswick Police Department does hereby make this monthly report regarding police department activities during the month of February, 2014. The Police Department responded to 10 Calls for Service. To Include: 3 Civil Standby’s, 1 Alarm, 1 Animal Complaint, 1 Assist other law enforcement agency, 1 Domestic Assault, 1 Medical Assist. 1 Trespassing & 1 Incorrigible Juvenile Of these calls; 9 were handled by the officer & 1 arrest were made The police department conducted 238 security/business or residential checks. The police department conducted 22 traffic stops, of which; 18 traffic stops resulted in warnings being issued. 2 traffic stops resulted in citations being issued. 2 traffic stops resulted in an arrest. (Driving While Intoxicated & Driving While Suspended) The police department conducted numerous nuisance property compliance checks within its city limits. In speaking with property owners the police department received compliance to include; 6 junk vehicles which were removed from city limits.

*PRESS RELEASE* *PRESS RELEASE* Brunswick Police Join National Crackdown To Reduce Drunk Driving Fatalities. Brunswick police will be out in force as part of the annual nationwide St. Patrick’s Day Holiday “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” crackdown on drunk driving. The crackdown, which will include high-visibility enforcement throughout Brunswick, will run from March 14 through March 17, 2014. The Brunswick Police Department said its officers will be aggressively looking for drunk drivers during the crackdown & will arrest anyone caught driving drunk. Although it is illegal in all 50 states, the district of Columbia & Puerto Rico to drive drunk (having a blood alcohol concentration of .08% or higher), far too many people across the nation get behind the wheel after consuming too much alcohol. The latest statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration underscore the serious nature of the nation’s continuing drunken driving epidemic. “Every year, about one third of all motor vehicle traffic deaths involve one or more impaired drivers or motorcycle operators,” said Chief of Police Will Barger. “In 2013, 218 people were killed & 666 seriously injured on Missouri roadways in accidents that involved at least one substance-impaired driver” “During the St. Patrick’s Day Holiday in 2013, a total of 412 DWI arrests were made statewide.” “Research has shown high visibility enforcement like the “Drive Sober or get Pulled Over” campaign reduces drunk driving fatalities by as much as 20%.” “By joining this nationwide effort we will make Brunswick’s roadways safer for everyone throughout the holiday period,” said Chief Barger. The Brunswick Police Department reminds everyone getting behind the wheel drunk is a terrible idea. Unfortunately, not only does drinking impair your ability to operate a vehicle safely, it also impairs your judgment & good sense about whether you can, or should drive. Additionally, being arrested for driving drunk brings a wide range of negative consequences into one’s life to include, jail time, loss of driving privileges, steep financial consequences & personal embarrassment. Chief Barger states, “Driving drunk is simply not worth the risk, so don’t take the chance, remember officers will be out in force & we will be watching.” “Please Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.” For more information, visit the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign at www.saveMOlives.com

*PRESS RELEASE* *BRUNSWICK KINDERGARTEN CLASS* *COMPLETE EDDIE EAGLE PROGRAM* On February 25th, the Brunswick R-II Kindergarten class received certificates of achievement from the Brunswick police department following their completion of the Eddie Eagle Gun Safe Program. Begun in 1988 by the NRA, The Eddie Eagle Gun Safe Program has reached more than 26 million children - in all 50 states. The purpose of this program is to promote gun accident prevention for children in pre-K through 3rd grade by teaching a simple safety message so they know what to do should they come upon an unsecured firearm: STOP! Don’t Touch. Leave the Area. Tell an Adult. Chief of Police Will Barger stated “The purpose of the Eddie Eagle Program isn't to teach whether guns are good or bad, but rather to promote the protection and safety of children.” “The program makes no value judgments about firearms, and no firearms are ever used in the program.” “The overall goal of the program is to promote the safe behavior of children not only in regards to firearms but other areas as well.” “For example, the program teaches children how not to talk, take candy, gifts or rides from strangers.” “It also reinforces other safe behavior, such as not playing with fire, not swimming alone or in the deep end of the pool, looking both ways before you cross the street & to stay close to their parents when in a crowd just to name a few.” Chief Barger also stated "This years class was great to work with, they were attentive, participated in the activities & genuinely had a fun time." "I personally want to thank the Brunswick R-II School District for allowing the police department to put this program on.” “Specifically, the police department wishes to recognize Kindergarten teacher Michelle Sanders & Elementary Principal Susan Duncan." "We couldn't have done this program without their support.” For more information about the NRA's Eddie Eagle Program please visit http://eddieeagle.nra.org/

*BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT* *MAJOR INCIDENT/ARREST REPORT* *JANUARY 2014* *PRESS RELEASE* On January 13, 2014 at around 0635 hours & within the 400 block of E. Broadway St, Brunswick Police arrested Craig Gavan Eaton, 45 yr old, Brunswick Mo for the class A Felony of Assault Law Enforcement Officer in the 1st Degree. On the same date a felony complaint & request for warrant was filed by the Chariton County Prosecuting Attorney & the Chariton County Associate Court issued an arrest warrant in regards to the incident for Eaton; cash bond being $25,000.00. Eaton has since been released from custody following his posting bond. On January 13, 2014 at around 2240 hours & within the 800 block of Knappenberger St, Brunswick Police apprehended Michael E. Arp, 25 yr old of Brunswick Mo. Arp was wanted by the Chariton County Sheriff’s Department for his involvement in an incident of burglary & felony stealing in the county. Following his apprehension Arp was transferred unto the custody of the sheriff’s department. Arp remains incarcerated within the Chariton County Jail on numerous charges. On January 26, 2014 at around 0130 hours, Brunswick Police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle pursuant to a moving violation within the 700 block of N. Jefferson St. Following an investigation the driver, identified as David N. Alexander, 34 year old, Columbia Mo, was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. Alexander was transported to the Chariton County Jail where he was later released pending formal charges. The Brunswick Police Department reminds all citizens that suspects are to be presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

*BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT* *MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT* *JANUARY 2014* The Brunswick Police Department does hereby make its monthly report regarding police department activities during the month of January, 2014. The Police Department responded to 27 Calls for Service. To Include: 3 Animal Complaints, 3 Assist other law enforcement agency, 3 Civil Standby’s, 3 Medical Assist, 3 Suspicious Activities, 2 Fire Assists, 1 Arson/Vandalism, 1 Domestic Assault, 1 Funeral Detail, 1 Illegal Parking, 1 Intoxicated Transient, 1 Juvenile Delinquency, 1 Peace Disturbance, 1 Property Damage, 1 Sexual Misconduct, 1 Vehicle lock-outs Of these calls; 22 were handled by the officer, 4 reports were taken, 1 arrest were made The police department conducted 244 security/business or residential checks. The police department conducted 24 traffic stops, of which; 15 traffic stops resulted in warnings being issued. 8 traffic stops resulted in citations being issued. 1 traffic stop resulted in an arrest. (DWI) The police department conducted numerous nuisance property compliance checks within its city limits. In speaking with property owners the police department received compliance to include; 3 nuisance debris properties which were abated (W. Broadway St, S. Quincy St. & Keyte St) 1 junk vehicle was removed from city limits. (W. Broadway St) The Brunswick Police Department thanks the local residents who have complied with city nuisance ordinances & for their assistance in creating a better standard of living within the city of Brunswick.