**WEEKLY SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACTIVITY REPORT***
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**Sheriff's Office Incident Log for the weeks of 9/10 to 9/23/2018**
9/10 – Report of a vehicle that went off the road on U400 Hwy. Deputy responded and had the vehicle towed on behalf of the driver
9/10 – Individual reported an acquaintance stole $20 from him. Deputy responded and the reporting party no longer wished to make a report
9/10 – Sheriff stopped a vehicle and arrested Michael Sharp on an out of county warrant
9/10 – Report of someone backing into a mailbox in Eureka
9/10 – Request to speak with a deputy via telephone
9/10 – Report of a suicidal subject in Eureka. Deputies responded and the individual agreed to voluntarily admit to the hospital for mental health evaluation
9/10 – 911 call from the hospital due to the previous patient being unruly again. Deputies responded and calmed the situation
9/10 – Deputy stopped a vehicle on U400 Hwy and arrested Robert Knight for driving while suspended, transporting an open container of alcohol, and possession of marijuana and paraphernalia
9/11 – Deputy made a death notification in Madison on behalf of another agency
9/11 - Deputy responded to Madison to pick up a fake $100 bill that was found on the school playground
9/11 – Non-injury accident in Eureka
9/11 – Request to assist Butler County SO by contacting an individual in Eureka. Contact made and information passed along
9/11 – Report of horses out on U400 Hwy
9/11 – Individual called to report his gate was opened and his horses got out
9/12 – Report of credit card fraud in Eureka
9/12 – Detective responded to an address to assist Lyon County in locating an individual who took a vehicle from their county
9/12 – Caller reported two people sitting in a ditch that they know don’t belong there. Deputies responded and found that they belong there
9/12 – Detective arrested Joseph Osborne on a local warrant
9/12 – Report of an open door on a house and someone knocking on a window
9/13 – Report of a cow running around in Eureka. The cow was located and put away, however this particular cow was unwilling to accept the artificial boundaries imposed on its freedom of moo-vement by humans and escaped once again. The cow was eventually apprehended.
9/14 – Request to assist Elk County SO with a gas drive-off from their county that was headed north
9/14 – Three vehicle injury accident on U400 Hwy
9/14 – Fire alarm in the county
9/14 – Request for civil stand-by in Hamilton
9/14 – Deputy attempted to stop a UTV on K99 Hwy north of Hamilton. The vehicle accelerated and attempted to elude deputies. Numerous deputies responded to assist with the vehicle eventually driving through a fence and into a pasture. Deputies searched the pasture with the aid of FLIR thermal imaging both on the ground and in the air through the aid of KHP’s air unit. Stormy Reed was subsequently located by a deputy driving through the field and was arrested for numerous felony charges including felony theft, felony flee and elude, felony interference with law enforcement, reckless driving, criminal damage to property, criminal trespass, and other charges.
9/14 – Report of a stolen UTV in Hamilton. Vehicle already recovered in previous call
9/15 – Report of horses walking along U54 Hwy
9/15 – Individual called to report they hit a deer but had already left the scene
9/15 – Individual reported he was missing a calf but wasn’t sure if it was stolen or had gotten out along with his horses the previous day
9/15 – Individual called back and stated he would like to file a report for his missing calf
9/15 – Request to assist KHP with a vehicle stop on U400 Hwy
9/15 – Reckless driver call regarding a semi. Deputies located the vehicle and observed no violations
9/15 – Officer from Emporia took a courtesy animal bite report and passed the information along to a Deputy
9/15 – Request for a welfare check in Eureka. Caller requested a deputy break down the door to the residence. Deputies do not force entry into homes absent an articulable exigency and this request could not be fulfilled. Caller was unhappy we would not force entry into someone else’s home.
9/15 – Car vs deer accident on U400 Hwy
9/15 – Report of a cow out in Eureka. This was possibly the Houdini cow from a prior call. Owner contacted.
9/15 – Deputy stopped a vehicle and arrested William Fey for possession of methamphetamine, possession of paraphernalia, and violation of DL restrictions
9/15 – Deputy ran a license plate that had an arrest warrant attached to it. Deputy contacted and detained the individual for the warrant from out of county, however the originating agency could not verify the warrant during night time hours and the individual was released.
9/15 – Report of an attempted burglary near Severy. Deputies responded and searched the area. Report taken
9/16 – Deputy arrested Christopher Alexander for an out of county warrant
9/16 – Request for a civil stand-by in Eureka
9/16 – Individual called again about his missing calf and still wasn’t sure he wanted to file a report. Subject decided he would call back later in the week.
9/16 – Report of a possible trespassing issue in the south end of the county
9/16 – Report of stolen tools in Madison
9/16 – Report of a suspicious male walking on a gravel road with two backpacks. Deputy responded and could not locate anyone on foot with any amount of backpacks
9/16 – Report of a suspicious male walking around and acting strangely in Eureka. Subject described as having horns tattooed on his head. Contact made with the individual who was apparently looking for his lost wallet.
9/16 – Individuals came to the jail to bond out a previously arrested individual and recover the towed vehicle from impound. The individual who was to drive the vehicle was found to have a suspended license and an outstanding arrest warrant from Greenwood County. Kelly Robinson was arrested and booked.
9/16 – 911 call from an individual who was driving on U400 and the wheel came off their van. Deputy responded and found the van with 3 wheels. Vehicle towed at owner’s expense.
9/17 – Deputy arrested Tamara Damron at municipal court on an out of county warrant
9/17 – Jonathan Ford arrested at municipal court for local warrant
9/17 – Deputy from Missouri who was transporting a prisoner found a single vehicle accident and provided traffic control until deputies could arrive to take a report
9/17 – Non-injury one vehicle accident in Eureka
9/17 – Car vs deer non-injury accident on U54 Hwy
9/17 – Report of gas drive-off from Tripco on U400 Hwy. Vehicle stopped and driver paid for fuel
9/17 – Detective stopped a vehicle on U400 Hwy and arrested Victor Herrera for driving while suspended
9/17 – Motorist assist with a broken down semi-truck on K99 Hwy
9/18 – Nathan Fife arrested on a local warrant
9/18 – Christian Gonzales-Navarrete arrested on a local warrant
9/18 – One vehicle injury accident on K99 Hwy
9/18 – Shellie and Ronald Wilson both arrested on local warrants
9/18 – Individual in lobby because her mother filed a missing person report in another county. Other county contacted and advised she was not missing, but rather did not wish to speak with her mother.
9/18 – Report of an individual being unruly and profane at Johnson’s in Eureka because the employee refused to serve the individual who was not wearing a shirt. The person then became belligerent; apparently deeply offended by his inability to enter a store that serves food in a state of undress.
9/18 – Report of an unruly juvenile in Eureka
9/18 – Suspicious vehicle report in Piedmont
9/18 – Report of a theft at Dollar General in Eureka. Both suspects in the theft were located in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office attempting to bond out the grandparents of one of the suspects as they were arrested earlier in the day for outstanding warrants. Elexis Studer was arrested for theft and the second individual was cited and released to his grandparents who were freshly bonded from jail. The name of the individual cannot be included as he is a juvenile.
9/18 – Request for a civil stand-by in Madison
9/19 – Caller stated he and his mother live close to the scene of the vehicle pursuit from a previous night and was upset his mother was not notified. As a matter of procedure, the sheriff’s office does not routinely notify people within a specific radius from an incident of our activities. Notification is made to people when we believe it necessary to preserve life and property.
9/19 – Notification of an possibly armed and dangerous individual given to us by Wilson County
9/19 – Report of a burglary in Eureka. Determined to be a civil matter pertaining to an eviction
9/19 – Call of a reckless driver on U54 Hwy. Deputy stopped the vehicle and issued a citation for speed
9/19 – Request for a deputy due to a smell of decay coming from an empty house in Madison. Deputy responded and found the odor to be coming from a bucket of dead fish in a wooded area near the house.
9/19 – Report of a verbal domestic via telephone and that one of the parties may be coming to this county to commit violence. Deputy responded and patrolled the area and did not locate the subject
9/19 – Request for a Deputy due to people not leaving a business in Eureka after being told to leave.
9/20 – Report of a suspicious person at Fall River Lake. Deputies responded and found it to be the possibly armed and dangerous person we were notified of by Wilson County. Daniel Nickleson arrested and transported to Wilson County.
9/20 – Report of a reckless driver on K99 Hwy
9/20 – Harassment report in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office. Individual lives out of county.
9/20 – Report of animal cruelty in Eureka. Deputy and animal control responded
9/20 – Reckless driver complaint on K99 Hwy
9/21 – Theft report in Eureka
9/21 – Theft report in the county
9/21 – Car vs deer accident on U400 Hwy
9/21 – Deputies arrested an individual in Madison on multiple out of county warrants and then assisted Lyon County SO as they had an active felony case against the individual. Name not available at the time of this log.
9/21 – Off-duty Deputy was participating in the Madison Flea Market when an intoxicated female saw the Deputy and stopped her vehicle, which she was driving, to say hi. Ethanni Edwards was subsequently arrested for DUI and booked into the jail.
9/21 – Report of a previously arrested intoxicated individual causing problems in the jail. Deputy responded and calmed her down
9/21 – Individual requested to speak with a Deputy regarding a juvenile assaulting her child.
9/21 – Report of a suicidal subject in Eureka. Individual was taken into protective custody for mental health evaluation.
9/22 – Report of a one vehicle roll-over accident in the county
9/22 – Motorist assist on U54 Hwy
9/22 – Report of a dog that was hit by a vehicle in Eureka. Animal control responded and took the dog.
9/22 – Motorist assist on U54 Hwy
9/22 – Report of a burglary in Eureka
9/22 – Report of someone unlawfully entering a house (unrelated to prior call) in Eureka.
9/22 – Reckless driver complaint on U54 Hwy. Deputy stopped the vehicle and issued a citation for speed
9/22 – Request to assist KHP on a traffic stop on U54 Hwy
9/22 – Motorist assist on U54 Hwy
9/22 – Animal complaint in Eureka
9/23 – Report of someone yelling for help in Madison. Deputy responded and found no one in distress
9/23 – Theft report in the county
9/23 – Motorist assist on U400 Hwy. Off duty Deputies who were driving by and the on-duty Detective all rendered aid
9/23 – Animal complaint in Eureka. Animal control responded
9/23 – Detective stopped a vehicle on U400 Hwy and arrested Tanner Waller for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia
We appreciate the help we receive from the community in the form of tips and reports of suspicious activity. You are the best source of information in stopping crime in our county. Our numbers are 620-583-5568 or dial 911 for all emergencies.