Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Obituary - Imogene Nall

Imogene Nall
Imogene Nall, 92, Nevada, MO, passed away on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at Barone Alzheimer’s Care Center in Nevada. Imogene was born October 29, 1924 in Horton, MO to Robert Lee and Mina Lee (Shaw) Chrisenbery. She was united in marriage to Max Nall on April 15, 1944 in Fort Scott, KS and he preceded her in death on October 29, 1993.

Imogene was born and raised in Horton. She attended school in Metz and graduated from Metz High School. Imogene lived in Vernon County until 1997 and then relocated to Belton, MO to be close to her daughter. She has attended the Rinehart Christian Church since the age of 11.

Survivors include a son, Bennett “Ben” Nall and wife, Rita, Nevada; a daughter, Nancy Null and husband Mike, Cleveland, MO; grandchildren, Theresa Nall, David Nall, Dan Nall, Doug Nall, Beth Rodgers; great-grandchildren, Shelby Nall, Garrett Nall, Alexander Rodgers, Lucy Rodgers, Dylan Nall; several nieces, nephews; other relatives, and special friends. In addition to her husband Max, she was preceded in death by her parents; one son, Kenneth Chrisenbery, who was killed in action while serving in Korea; three sisters, Mae Forkner, Edith Pettibon, and Nellie Broughton; two brothers, R.E. Chrisenbery, and Richard Chrisenbery.

Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m., Saturday, January 21, 2017 at Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada. Interment will follow in Newton Burial Park, Nevada. The family will receive friends from 10-11:00 a.m. on Saturday prior to the service.

Bates County Sheriffs Office Activity Report 1/9-1/15-2017

  • January 9, 2017

HOME VISIT – APPLETON CITY

WARRANT SERVICE – RICH HILL

FOLLOW UP – RICH HILL

RESIDENCE CHECK – RICH HILL

RESIDENCE CHECK – ADRIAN

RESIDENCE CHECK – ARCHIE

ANIMAL CALL – AMSTERDAM

RESIDENCE CHECK – RICH HILL

PAPER SERVICE – BUTLER

CHECK WELL BEING – ADRIAN

FIRE CALL – BUTLER

AGENCY ASSIST – ADRIAN

FOLLOW UP – ADRIAN


  • January 10, 2017

PAPER SERVICE- BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE- BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE- RICH HILL

MISSING PERSON- BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER- ADRIAN

ANIMAL CALL- RICH HILL

MVA- BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER- RICH HILL

THEFT- ADRIAN

AGENCY ASSIST- LINN CO

TRAFFIC STOP- AMORET

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY- AMORET


  • January 11, 2017

TRAFFIC STOP- BUTLER

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY- AMORET

CHECK THE WELL BEING- ADRIAN

SPEAK TO OFFICER- BUTLER

TRAFFIC STOP- PASSAIC

SPEAK TO OFFICER- BUTLER

TRAFFIC STOP- BUTLER

PAPER SERVICE- BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER- BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER- HUME

WARRANT SERVED- BUTLER

TRAFFIC STOP- RICH HILL

PAPER SERVICE- RICH HILL

ALARM- HUME

TRAFFIC STOP- RICH HILL

TRAFFIC STOP- ADRIAN


  • January 12, 2017

AGENCY ASSIST- ARCHIE

AMBULANCE REQUEST- RICH HILL

EXTRA PATROL- BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER- BUTLER

FOLLOW UP- RICH HILL

PAPER SERVICE- ADRIAN

DOMESTIC- BUTLER


  • January 13, 2017

TRAFFIC STOP-AMORET

AGENCY ASSIST-BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER-RICH HILL

TRAFFIC STOP-RICH HILL

DISTURBANCE-AMORET

AMBULANCE-ADRIAN

DISTURBANCE-AMORET

PAPER SERVICE-RICH HILL

PAPER SERVICE-RICH HILL

PAPER SERVICE-RICH HILL

MVA-BUTLER

TRAFFIC STOP-RICH HILL

HARASSMENT-ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE-RICH HILL

C&I DRIVER-ARCHIE

PAPER SERVICE-RICH HILL

C&I DRIVER-ARCHIE

OPEN DOOR-BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER-BUTLER

EXTRA PATROL-BUTLER

SPEAK TO OFFICER-BUTLER’

SPEAK TO OFFICER-ADRIAN

TRAFFIC STOP-RICH HILL

TRAFFIC STOP-RICH HILL

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY-RICH HILL

AGENCY ASSIST-ADRIAN

MVA-BUTLER

SLIDE OFF-ADRIAN

SLIDE OFF-PASSAIC

SLIDE OFF-ADRIAN

ABDONED VEHICLE-ADRIAN

MVA-PASSAIC


  • January 14, 2017

SLIDE OFF-BUTLER

MVA-ADRIAN

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY-ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE-ADRIAN

PAPER SERVICE-BUTLER

AMBULANCE REQUEST-ADRIAN

AMBULANCE REQUEST-RICH HILL

PAPER SERVICE-ADRIAN

DISTURBANCE-ADRIAN

SPEAK TO OFFICER-DREXEL

AMBULANCE REQUEST-BUTLER

TRAFFIC STOP-BUTLER

DISTURBANCE-AMORET

SPEAK TO OFFICER-URICH

SLIDE OFF-BUTLER

PEDESTRIAN CHECK-DREXEL


  • January 15, 2017

SLIDE OFF-BUTLER

PEDESTRIAN CHECK-DREXEL

AMBULANCE REQUEST-BUTLER

ALARM-URICH

CONTROLLED BURN-ADRIAN

LEAVE WITHOUT PAY-ADRIAN

SPEAK TO OFFICER-BUTLER

TRAFFIC HAZZARD-ADRIAN

AMBULANCE REQUEST-AMSTERDAM

SPEAK TO OFFICER-HUME

ANIMAL CALL-PASSIAC

ANIMAL CALL-RICH HILL

TRAFFIC STOP-ADRIAN

SUICIDAL SUBJECT-ROCKVILLE

CHECK WELL-BEING-ADRIAN

Ballard PTO and Bates County Cattlemen Dinner, General Store and Silent Auction


Eldorado Springs man arrested in Rich Hill

 Bradley J McDonald
On 1/12/2017 Bradley J McDonald age 28 male from El Dorado Springs was arrested in Rich Hill from a traffic stop conducted by Officer Denham. 

The arrest took place at 7th and Walnut St. vehicle was stopped for defective equipment headlight not working. A search of the vehicle by consent of the driver. 

A black pouch was located in the vehicle containing drug paraphernalia with residue and 2 small baggies containing a substance that field tested positive for Methamphetamine. 

Mr. McDonald was taken into custody and transported to the Bates County Jail. A warrant was issued for McDonald on 2 charges Possession Of Controlled Substance Except 35 Grams Or Less Of Marijuana/Synthetic Cannabinoid { Felony D RSMo: 579.015 } and Unlawful Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia { Misdemeanor D RSMo: 579.074 }

Courtesy of Rich Hill Police Department Jack Bearce

Butler woman arrested after traffic stop in Rich Hill

Ramsey H. Foster
On 1/11/2017 Ramsey H. Foster age 37 female from Butler was arrested in Rich Hill from a traffic stop conduct by Officer Denham. 

The arrest took place at 6th and Walnut St. vehicle was stopped for defective equipment License plate light not working. 

A search of the vehicle by consent of the driver. A pill canister was recovered from the vehicle with a substance that field test positive for Methamphetamine. 

Foster was taken into custody then transported to the bates County Jail. A warrant was issued for Foster on 2 charges Possession Of Controlled Substance Except 35 Grams Or Less Of Marijuana/Synthetic Cannabinoid { Felony D RSMo: 579.015 } and Unlawful Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia { Misdemeanor D RSMo: 579.074 } a bond was set at $10,000 cash or Surety.


Courtesy of Rich Hill Police Department Jack Bearce

Donation to the Bates County Memorial Hospital Breast Cancer Awareness Fund

Miami Volleyball coaches, A.J Martin and Lisa Filtingberger; Junior High Basketball Coaches, Colleen Kalleck and Greg Sewell; along with the players would like to take this opportunity to thank all those fans, friends, family, and Miami students and teachers that made this gift to the Bates County Memorial Hospital Breast Cancer Awareness Fund possible from the proceeds of the Pink Out Games.

An extra big Thanks to all the local businesses and individuals that contributed; Bates County Memorial Hospital, Bartz Photography, Custom Creations, El Charro, Family Center, Flaming Lantern, Koehn Bakery, KMAM 1530/KMOE 92FM Radio Station, Max Motors, McDonalds, Pizza Hut, Sonic, The Messenger / Hub, Westward Gifts, located in Butler MO, Food Fair in Drexel MO, Angela Cook, Shannon Crawford, Custom Steel Works, Amsterdam Café in Amsterdam MO, Kathy Bowers, Kristen Gillespie, Jerri James, Miami R-I FBLA, Miami R-I FCCLA, Miami PTSO, Vickie Popplewell, Miami Staff and Organizations.

It is our pleasure to present a check for $807.64 to Ed Hannon, CEO, representing Bates County Memorial Hospital.(Photo courtesy of Pam Long)