Civil Cases

MJ Rentals LLC, Nevada, plaintiff, vs. Ronald Baker et al, El Dorado Springs, defendants, rent and possession, consent judgment against defendants, $439.50; plaintiff awarded possession of premises at 5 p.m. Saturday, June 15.

Kathy Dawes, Stockton, plaintiff, vs. Simmons First National Corporation, Springfield, defendant, personal injury, case dismissed by parties with prejudice.

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC, San Diego, California, plaintiff, vs. Randall W. Wyers, Stockton, defendant, breach of contract, case dismissed by court without prejudice.

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC, San Diego, California, plaintiff, vs. Andria Boswell, El Dorado Springs, defendant, breach of contract, bankruptcy stay.

Midland Funding LLC, West Des Moines, Iowa, plaintiff, vs. Andria Boswell, El Dorado Springs, defendant, suit on account, bankruptcy stay, case dismissed without prejudice.

Synchrony Bank, Alpharetta, Georgia, plaintiff, vs. David M. Bass, Stockton, defendant, contract/account (bulk), hearing scheduled for 9 a.m. Tuesday, July 16.

Dr. Michael L. House, D.D.S. et al, El Dorado Springs, plaintiffs, vs. Kimberly Dionne Vanholt, El Dorado Springs, defendant, suit on account, hearing scheduled for 9 a.m. Tuesday, July 30.

Wakefield & Associates Inc., Jefferson City, plaintiff, vs. Nick Gilbert, Stockton, defendant, suit on account, hearing scheduled for 9 a.m. Tuesday, July 16.

Fugate Motors, El Dorado Springs, plaintiff, vs. Danny C. Darnell, defendant, small claims of more than $100, hearing scheduled for 9 a.m. Tuesday, July 9.

Fugate Motors, El Dorado Springs, plaintiff, vs. Dawn Keim, Harwood, defendant, small claims of more than $100, hearing scheduled for 9 a.m. Tuesday, July 16.

Vehicle Claims

Ryder Lee Adams, Aurora, petitioner, vs. Director of Missouri Department of Revenue, Jefferson City, respondent, petition for restoration of driving privilege, petition granted pending installation of a certified ignition interlock device with camera and passage of driving tests.

Felonies

Stacy Lynn Collins, Stockton, charge information not available, arraignment scheduled for 9 a.m. Monday, July 8.

Donald Wayne Lewis, Joplin, first-degree assault or attempt with serious physical injury or special victim, class A felony; and resisting arrest by fleeing, creating substantial risk or serious injury or death, class E felony, warrant issued with $100,000 bond.

Alicia Marie Greathouse, Jerico Springs, first-degree assault or attempt with serious physical injury or special victim, class A felony, defendant waives formal arraignment, case management conference scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 12, defendant remains in custody of Cedar County Sheriff’s Office in lieu of $200,000 bond.

Donald Floyd Bagshaw, Oak Grove, bribery of a public servant, class E felony; driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor; and failure to drive on right half of roadway, class C misdemeanor, arraignment scheduled for 9 a.m. Monday, July 8.

Misdemeanors

Wyatt Austin Burch, Pell City, Alabama, fishing without a permit, class A misdemeanor, guilty plea, fine $124.50.

Aaron L. Haak II, Stockton, possession of 11-35 grams of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid, class A misdemeanor, guilty plea, fine $200, suspended execution of sentence of 30 days in jail, one year of court-supervised probation. Payment review hearing scheduled for 9 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 1, case review hearing scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 20, 2020.

Judith Louise Mogan, El Dorado Springs, speeding by 20-25 mph, class B misdemeanor, guilty plea, fine $155.50.

Matthew Isaiah Smith, El Dorado Springs, speeding by 6-10 mph, class C misdemeanor, guilty plea, fine $60.50.

Donald William Hixson, Nevada, violation of order of protection for adult, class A misdemeanor, $500 bond posted, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 17.

Donn Glynn Smith, Stockton, failure to register a motor vehicle, class B misdemeanor; operating a motorcycle when driver’s licensed not validated for such operation, first offense, class D misdemeanor; and owning or operating a motor vehicle without insurance, first offense, class D misdemeanor, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 31.

Jessica A. Haslock, Stockton, speeding by 16-19 mph, class C misdemeanor; and owning or operating a motor vehicle without insurance, first offense, class D misdemeanor, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 7.

Robert Reed Shaw II, Stockton, owning or operating a motor vehicle without insurance, first offense, class D misdemeanor; and failure to wear seat belt, infraction, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 17.

Marry Ann Rasmussen, Sarcoxie, speeding by 26 or more mph, class B misdemeanor; and owning or operating a motor vehicle without insurance, first offense, class D misdemeanor, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 31.

Evan T. Baderdeen, El Dorado Springs, owning or operating a motor vehicle without insurance, first offense, class D misdemeanor, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 17.

Robin Marie Stickfort, Waterloo, Iowa, driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor; and failure to drive on right half of roadway, class C misdemeanor, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 17.

Bradley Ryan Busick, Jerico Springs, owning or operating a motor vehicle without insurance, first offense, class D misdemeanor, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 17.

Brett Hansen, Rogersville, possession of 10 grams or fewer of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid, class D misdemeanor, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 17.

Petru Bosancu, Brighton, taking wildlife by molesting a nest, den, home or eggs of wildlife, class A misdemeanor, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 17.

Ryan W. O’Grady, Springfield, taking wildlife by molesting a nest, den, home or eggs of wildlife, class A misdemeanor, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 17.

Shawn James Bergsten, Plattsmouth, Nebraska, taking wildlife by molesting a nest, den, home or eggs of wildlife, class A misdemeanor, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 17.

Winfred Brice Baldwin, Kansas City, taking wildlife by molesting a nest, den, home or eggs of wildlife, class A misdemeanor, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 17.

Dakota Wyatt Williams, Jerico Springs, failure to register a motor vehicle, class B misdemeanor, initial appearance scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 31.

Traffic Cases

Curtis Carl Benenhaley III, Brookline Station, defective equipment, guilty plea, fine $125.

Callee Linn Henson, Jerico Springs, speeding by 1-5 mph, guilty plea, fine $200.

Terri Dawn Jadlot, El Dorado Springs, defective equipment, guilty plea, fine $100, payment review hearing scheduled for 9 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 1.

Leonardo Eamiguel Mission Jr., Dadeville, defective equipment, guilty plea, fine $89.50.

Christopher Ray Campbell, Stockton, failure to register a motor vehicle, guilty plea, fine $50.50.

Marriages

Phillip Wayne Thornburg, 57, Fair Play, and Wendy Dawn Hileman, 50, Fair Play.

Charles E. Humberd, 62, Stockton, and Judy Ann Eberling, 62, Stockton.

Zachary Shane Lollar, 30, Kearney, and Kayla Renae Dawes, 31, Kearney.

Bradley Dean Taylor, 24, Stockton, and Johnna Lynn Hoover, 23, Warsaw.

Dissolutions

Tiffany Nicole Reid, petitioner, vs. Carl Michael Reid, El Dorado Springs, respondent, dissolution with children, default judgment on dissolution.

Lisa Marie Julian, El Dorado Springs, petitioner, vs. Mitchell L. Julian, El Dorado Springs, respondent, dissolution without children, consent judgment on dissolution.

Alana Gabrielle Mayes, El Dorado Springs, petitioner, vs. Nicholas James Fox, Tuscon, Arizona, respondent, dissolution with children, family law interim order and parent education order.

Protection Orders

Tina M. Applebee, petitioner, vs. Eric Tompkins, El Dorado Springs, respondent, adult abuse stalking, default judgment for full order of protection.

Carl N. Veitschegger, petitioner, vs. Katherine P. Dryer, respondent, child protection act, case dismissed by court without prejudice.

Danny T. Cole, petitioner, vs. Jeremiah J. Anderson, Stockton, respondent, adult abuse stalking, ex parte order of protection, hearing scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 11.

Janell C. Hutson, petitioner, vs. Richard Lee Hutson, Stockton, respondent, adult abuse without stalking, ex parte order of protection, hearing scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 25.

Bradley G. Pearson, petitioner, vs. Daniel Ross Johnson, Kilmichael, Mississippi, respondent, adult abuse without stalking, order denied.

Edward Stewart, petitioner, vs. Johnna Lynn Stewart, El Dorado Springs, respondent, adult abuse without stalking, petition filed, hearing scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 25.

Sheriff’s Office

The Cedar County Sheriff’s Office law enforcement log for June 2-8.

Sunday, June 2: A motorist reported hitting a calf in the road on Mo. 32 near Amvets, Stockton. Handled by an officer.

Received a call of a suspicious person near Crabtree Cliff, Stockton. There allegedly was a drinking party of underage people. Handled by an officer.

Woods Supermarket, Stockton, reported a subject entered store and is not allowed there. The subject also took a cart home and was instructed to return it by an officer.

Received a call of a motor vehicle accident on routes AA and M. A subject was intoxicated at a party, partygoers tried to get the keys and the subject drove off and crashed. The subject was taken to Citizens Memorial Hosptial, Bolivar. Transferred to another agency.

Received a call of disorderly conduct on Mo. 39 Stockton. A spouse was being destructive and verbally abusive. The scene was clear, and a report was taken.

An officer reported a citation given for possession of marijuana at Crabtree Cove, Stockton. The officer told the subject to leave the area and not return for the day.

Received a call of a threat on Englewood Drive, Stockton. A spouse was being unruly. Handled by dispatch.

Received a call of a property dispute on Route AA and 850 Road, Stockton. Handled by an officer.

Orleans Trail Marina, Stockton, reported a vehicle blocking in boats. Handled by an officer.

An officer reported a truck in the road at Route J and 752 Road, Stockton. The owner was advised and removed the vehicle.

An officer was out on Mo. 32 and 39 conducting a field sobriety test. Candice McCaslin was arrested. Her vehicle was towed.

Received a call of a disturbance on Surf at the Cabins at Stockton Lake. Handled by an officer.

Received a call of property damage on Galyan Street, Stockton. A motorist tore down a mailbox. Handled by an officer.

Two ambulance calls in Stockton, three in El Dorado Springs.

Monday, June 3: Received a call of a suspicious vehicle on Route N, Stockton. The vehicle had been parked in the driveway for over an hour. Handled by an officer.

Received a call of a careless and imprudent driver on Mo. 32 heading east. The subject was gone when an officer arrived.

Traffic stop near old Red Barn Café, Stockton. A warning was given.

Received a call of suspicious activity at a house on Vine Street, Stockton. No one should be there. Handled by an officer.

Received a call of a runaway in Stockton. The subject was located, and the call canceled.

An officer called with a burglary at Hot Spot, Stockton. Gary Greathouse was arrested for burglary and stealing by the officer.

A resident complained of noises at a neighbor’s yard on High Street, Stockton. Handled by an officer.

Received a call of a suspicious vehicle parked in the caller’s property at 1650 Road, Fair Play, and the driver appears to be intoxicated. Handled by an officer.

Received a call of an abandoned vehicle at the old Lake Stockton Healthcare Facility. The subject was cleared, and a report was taken.

El Dorado Springs police requested agency assist on Joe Davis Street, El Dorado Springs. A suspect forced entry at a residence and assaulted the caller. The scene was clear, and no report was taken.

Received a call of a careless and imprudent driver near Airport Road, Stockton. The subject was gone when an officer arrived.

Two ambulance calls in Stockton, three in El Dorado Springs.

Tuesday, June 4: Received a call of a disturbance on 1275 Road, Stockton. A suspect was making threats and the caller wanted the suspect removed. Handled by an officer.

Received a call of property damage on 1275 Road, Stockton. Handled by an officer.

Received a call of an assault on Locust Street, Stockton. Handled by an officer.

Received information from a daughter who found used needles in the creek and wants a deputy on the scene at 166 Road, El Dorado Springs. Handled by an officer.

Traffic stop by Spurgeon Yachts, Stockton. A warning was given.

Received a call saying a spouse broke an ex parte order on Mo. 39 and took items from the house and a friend’s dogs. Handled by an officer.

A resident reported a mailbox knocked down on Route W, El Dorado Springs. An officer was unable to make contact.

An officer was out on follow-up on South Street, Jerico Springs.  

Received a call of cattle out on Route J, Stockton. The cattle were put back in their pen.

Traffic stop by Woody’s Fast Stop, Stockton. A warning was given.

Monitor Station reporting alarm at Eagle’s Bar, El Dorado Springs. The building was secure.

One ambulance call in Stockton, two in El Dorado Springs.

Wednesday, June 5: Received call of a motor vehicle accident on Jones’ Corner, Stockton. There was no entrapment and the vehicle was towed. Handled by an officer.

Received a call of a suspicious vehicle behind Lake Stockton Healthcare Facility. The subject was waiting to pick up an employee there.

Received a call of a cow in the road near Amvets, Stockton. The owner was contacted and removed the cow.

Subjects came to the sheriff’s office to report being harassed for playing their music in their vehicle around Stockton. Handled by an officer.

Received a call saying Sac River Building Supply is open, sign says open and the business is closed. Contacted the manager and the building was locked.

Casey’s Security reported an alarm going off at Casey’s, Stockton. It was a false alarm.

Traffic stop on Mo. 32 and 1025 Road, Stockton. A warning was given.

An officer was out on follow-up on 1487 Road, Stockton. Property was recovered by the officer.

Received a call of disorderly conduct on Englewood Drive, Stockton. Deanna Kish was arrested.

An officer reported a suspicious person at Stockton City Park. The subject was clear, and no report was taken.

Received a call of a suspicious person at the old Lake Stockton Healthcare Facility. The subject claimed they were meeting someone there and an officer told them to meet somewhere else.

Four ambulance calls in Stockton, three in El Dorado Springs.

Thursday, June 6: Traffic stop at Stockton Dam east entrance. Ingrid Trowbridge was issued a citation.

Received a call of vehicles blocking the road on Charles and College streets, Stockton. Handled by an officer.

Traffic stop by the sheriff’s office. A warning was given.

Received a call saying a goat show was going on at a campground at Caplinger Mills. A goat got loose and the owner showed up to retrieve it.

Received a request to check the well-being of a subject on 1724 Road, Stockton. The subject had been causing a ruckus at the Cancer Center in Bolivar. Handled by an officer.

Received a call saying an apartment door had been left open on Blake Street, Stockton. Handled by an officer.

Received a call saying a license plate was found on South Street, Stockton. Handled by anofficer.

Received a call of a suspicious person with bolt cutters at the storage units behind Sonic Drive-In, Stockton. Handled by an officer.

Received a call saying a vehicle stolen in April is believed to be on Mo. 32 Stockton. Handled by an officer.

Received a call of a civil matter and handled by an officer.

Traffic stop on Mo. 97 and 1600 Road. A citation was issued to Hutchison from Walker.  

Traffic stop on Mo. 32 and 420 Road. A warning was given.

Casey’s Security reported alarm at Casey’s, Stockton. The building was secure.

Four ambulance calls in Stockton, four in El Dorado Springs.

Friday, June 7: An Officer called stating the owner of the storage units behind Sonic Drive-In, Stockton, does not want anyone hanging around the storage units.

Received report of a motor vehicle accident on Mo. 32 and RA Road. Injuries were unknown. Handled by an officer.

Traffic stop near Casey’s, Stockton. A warning was given.

Traffic stop at Mo. 39 and Route B. A warning was given.

Received a call stating suspicious activities in Stockton. Handled by dispatch.

Received a request to check the well-being of a subject at South Oaks RV Park, Stockton. Handled by an officer.

Received a call from the CMH clinic stating a subject was making threatening remarks. The caller was not sure who threats were made to, but just wanted to report the information.

Atlas Security reported an alarm going off at Lake Stockton Healthcare Facility, but nothing was wrong there.

ADT Security reported an alarm going off on Richter Street, Stockton. The building was secure.

Received a call of an abandoned vehicle at 2125 and Corps of Engineers roads, Stockton. The occupant was walking, and the vehicle was not abandoned.

Received a call of an abandoned vehicle on College and West streets, Stockton. The vehicle was tagged for towing.

Received a call of an abandoned vehicle. The vehicle was not abandoned as it is being parked there until the road is repaired.

Received a call of cattle out on Mo. 32 and 39. The cattle were gone when an officer arrived.

Two ambulance calls in Stockton, three in El Dorado Springs.

Saturday, June 8: Traffic stop by Great Southern Bank, Stockton. A warning was given.

Traffic stop by The Shack, Stockton. A warning was given.

Traffic stop on Mo. 39 and Third Road, Stockton. A warning was given.

Traffic stop by Woody’s Fast Stop, Stockton. A citation was issued.

Received a call of a disturbance at Crabtree Cliffs, Stockton. Handled by water patrol.

Received a 911 hang-up pinged to Orleans Trail Boat Ramp. Handled by an officer.

Traffic stop on Route B and 425 Road, Jerico Springs. A warning was given.

Received a call of a herd of cattle out on Route M, Stockton. The caller stated he hit one of the cows and would notify the owner. The owner was notified and cleared the road.

Traffic stop at Stockton Dam east entrance. Silas Kennedy was issued a citation.

Received a call of a motor vehicle accident on Route B just outside Jerico Springs. Transferred to another agency.

Traffic stop on Craig and North streets, Stockton. The subject was cleared.

Received a report of alarm going off somewhere between Stockton Middle School and Oak Street, Stockton. Nothing was found.

Traffic stop on Mo. 39 and 1674 Road, Stockton. A warning was given.

Two ambulance calls in Stockton, three in El Dorado Springs.

Commission Minutes

The Cedar County Commission met Tuesday, June 4. Present were presiding commissioner Marlon Collins, northern commissioner Don Boultinghouse, southern commissioner Robert Foster and county clerk Heather York.

Approved commission minutes for Monday, May 28.

The commission met with assessor Chad Pyle, who requested to process court order 24603 through 24614, to add-on the assessed valuation of newly purchased personal property.

The commission met with road and bridge supervisor D.J. Ford, who discussed 850 Road east of Route AA, 801, 701 and 450 roads.

Jim Graves and neighbors reported of road damage on 850 Road east of Route AA.

The commission met with Tammy Ikerd, University Extension county engagement specialist, who reviewed the monthly outreach report, discussed Liston Youth Center; Cedar County Fair Wednesday-Saturday, June 19-22; Sac Osage Youth Fair Saturday-Sunday, June 29-30; and barn quilt workshop Saturday, June 29.

The commission met with Sheriff James McCrary. Weekly report of inmate housing: 57 out of county, Eight in Cedar County, total 65. The sheriff’s office is expanding the commissary to have pizza and other food items. No leaks have been reported from the rains inside the jail.

The commission met with Cheryl Marcum concerning Senate Bill 391 and the meeting scheduled for Tuesday, June 5. Discussed the plan for the forum.

Maurice Fugate stopped by to report 150 and 601 roads.

Neal and Linda Brunner reported 2225 Road.

Cliff Bellamy reported 1620 Road.

A caller reported 1300 and 2125 roads.

Foster moved to sign with Anterior Broadband to install VoIP phones, seconded by Boultinghouse. All voted yes.

Conference call with Sheridan from Kaysinger Basin to discuss a resolution to participate in a grant with the city of El Dorado Springs for share an economic developer. Foster moved to approve a resolution to participate in the grant, seconded by Boultinghouse. All voted yes.

The commission reviewed payment requests submitted by the treasurer for discretionary funds by elected officials. The commission reviewed and approved monthly reports for the sheriff’s office, circuit clerk and recorder of deeds. Bills and payroll were approved.

Transfers

David and Nancy L. Whistance to Jayson and Laura Linker, land in secs. 30-31, twsp. 34, range 27, easement for ingress and egress.

Priscilla A. Claren to Robert J. and Ronda L. Doe, land in sec. 5, twsp. 35, range 25.

Rhonda J. Jones to Damien Eagon and Jenny Julien, land in lot 2, sec. 3, twsp. 33, range 25.

Chandler G. and Staci D. Allison to Robert P. and Jessica M. LaFalce, lot 38, Richard West Lawn Acres Second Addition.

David P. and Ashley R. Rogers to Michael P. and Janice D. Petersen, land in sec. 2, twsp. 35, range 28.

Linda J. Snow to Johnny L. and Kimberly K. Neal, lots 435-436, block 56, Cruce’s West Addition to El Dorado Springs.

Charles Ross and Wilma Heely to Jerry and Deleen Woolery, land in sec. 26, twsp. 35, range 28.

Randall D. Esry to Lisa Jannette Johnson, land in sec. 24, twsp. 35, range 25.

Bobby G. and Virgina Scott Hendrickson to Michael K. and Constance R. Craner Brown, lot 74 replat, Sac Valley Estates.

Owen E. Parks, trustee of the Owen Parks Trust, to Parks Holdings LLC, land in secs. 3 and 10, twsp. 33, range 25.

Craig A. and Rachael D. Murray to Kenny Lynn and Lucinda Hoover, land in lot 1, sec. 5, twsp. 34, range 28.

Kay Cowan to Oral E. and Juana I. Micham, trustees of The 2013 Micham Family Trust, land in secs. 31-32, twsp. 36, range 26.

Donald L. and Jonita I. Pfiefer, co-trustees of the Donald and Jonita Pfiefer Restate Family Trust, to Oral E. and Juana I. Micham, trustees of The 2013 Micham Family Trust, land in secs. 31-32, twsp. 36, range 26.

Verna R. and Sharyl M. Henry, to Serenity Storage Investors I LLC, land in sec. 34, twsp. 36, range 28.

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