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Houston man arrested by patrol, held without bond
The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Casey J. Martin, 27, faced a felony parole warrant as well as a misdemeanor warrant for failing to appear from the Licking Police Department. He was taken to the Texas County Jail.
Man arrested for failing to register as sex offender
Daniel W. Hollingshead, 33, of Sullivan, faced a felony warrant from Howell County for the offense. He was taken to the Howell County Jail.
Two accused of using fake medical issue to scam donors, businesses - Ozark Radio News
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Mo. — The Mountain View Police Department says two people have been arrested after allegedly scamming area residents and businesses by stating a family member was sick.The department says Ryan Herrold and Patricia Boehm were arrested on Tuesday, October 16. The two are accused of usin
Houston man injured after Tuesday morning crash - Ozark Radio News
MOUNTAIN GROVE, Mo. — A Houston resident suffered minor injuries Tuesday morning after the pick-up truck he was driving ran off-road and hit a tree.22-year-old Dustin Calhoun refused treatment at the scene, according to a Highway Patrol report.
Sullivan Woman Drags Officer With Vehicle, Charged With Assault
Carrie J. Schultz, 37, Sullivan, has been charged with third-degree assault of a law enforcement officer, second-degree domestic assault and resisting arrest for a felony. Bond was set at $25,000.
Picking and Grinning on the Porch
Throughout the day, the Licking High School FFA will have a petting zoo. Ole fashioned games such as sack races, tug of war, pumpkin seed spitting, horseshoes, stick horse races, a three legged race and hula hoop contest will be hosted by the Licking High School FCCLA. There will also be ongoing dem
County man grows giant sweet potato
Bill Marsh holds a giant sweet potato he grew on his property on Highway E north of Houston. The monstrous root vegetable weighs 17 pounds, 13.2 ounces (according to a scale at the Houston Post Office, as is evidenced by a receipt).
Houston man charged with DWI following Wright County wreck
A Houston man was charged with driving while intoxicated following an early-morning wreck Tuesday in Wright County.The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Dustin A. Calhoun, 22, was traveling westbound at 4:10 a.m. when his 1988 Chevrolet pickup traveled off the right side of the roadway and struck a
Salem woman injured in Wednesday crash on Highway 8
A 2015 Jeep Compass, driven by Natalie Manning, 23, of Salem, was eastbound at 8:25 a.m. Wednesday when the driver fell asleep, causing the vehicle to travel off the right side of the roadway, strike a culvert and cross a private driveway. The front of the Jeep then struck the ground and overturned.
Franklin County man wakes up to burglar showering in his home
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- Franklin County sheriff’s deputies arrested a 32-year old burglary suspect who was caught taking a shower in the bathroom of a home on Glaser Road, near Sullivan.KMOVThe homeowner woke to a sound around 8:50 a.m. Tuesday."I hear a big crash and I knew it was out in
Teen club in Houston is for sale
Rascalz offers numerous amenities, including karaoke, video games, big-screen TVs, pool tables, air hockey, ping pong, basketball and more. There is also a large dance floor equipped with a high-end sound system, laser lights and a fog machine. Concessions are available.
City's fire chief resigning; information on TCMH project presented
At the meeting, Mayor Don Tottingham announced that Joey Moore, the town’s fire chief, had notified the city he would be stepping down at the end of the year and recommended that Robbie Smith, a fireman, be promoted to the role. Moore assumed the job with the retirement of Don Rust in 2014 after 31
Chamber ‘indoor yard sale’ set for Saturday
The Houston Area Chamber of Commerce will host an “inside yard sale” this Saturday (Oct. 20) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the community building at the chamber’s fairgrounds on North U.S. 63.The fee for booths is $10, which includes a table and two chairs.For more information, call chamber executive dir
New charges for man investigated into several incidents
A Cabool man faces additional charges after his latest encounter by law enforcement in the county, authorities said.Mike E. Scranlin, 41, of Route 3 Box 662 at Cabool, was issued citations for first-degree trespassing and failure to obey a police officer after an incident Oct. 5 at Texas County Memo
Potosi, Mo., officer charged with molesting teenage girl was star of department's lip sync video
Quntazi Jones, a Potosi, Mo., police officer, was charged with seven felonies accusing him of sexual abuse of a teenage girl, who was 14 when it started.
Charges for releasing hogs for hunting is dismissed
Buy NowAccording to MDC, damage caused by hogs has been estimated at nearly $1.5 billion per year in the United States. The Missouri Department of Conservation estimates feral hog populations are currently established in more than 30 counties of the state. MDC strongly discourages hunting feral hogs
Child injured after vehicle strikes deer - Ozark Radio News
The driver of the vehicle, 37-year-old Kristen Elliott of Success, was not injured in the accident, according to a Highway Patrol report. The 7-year-old girl suffered minor injuries and was taken to Texas County Memorial Hospital in Houston.
Citations issued, arrest made by Houston police
The following are excerpts from reports generated by the Houston Police Department:•Jason M. McGrath, 44, of 300 Ozark St. in Houston, was cited for driving while suspended after a traffic stop Oct. 3 on Ozark Street.•Sandra K. Eaton, 66, of 17237 Highway Y at Elk Creek, was issued a citation for fa
Cyclists and Route 66 authors add new elements to Cuba Fest
For more than 50 years Cuba, Missouri has hosted Cuba Fest, a delightful small-town fall festival that enhances the sense that the village is a living Norman Rockwell print. The 2018 festival scheduled for October 20 and 21 reflects the changing face of the community and of Route 66, the historic hi
Man facing felonies in sodomy case
An area man is facing felony charges after he reportedly was involved in a statutory sodomy case involving a St. Francois County youth.John Seastrand, 65, of De Soto, is being charged with two felonies of statutory sodomy in the first degree.According to a probable, in late August an FBI agent conta