Wednesday, June 29, 2016

One dead after shooting in Henry County

Jeffrey Dean Watring
Just after 2:20 p.m. Tuesday, June 28, 2016, Corporal Richardson and Deputy Osman were dispatched to 300 Winchell in Windsor regarding shots fired. At the home deputies found the body of a white male subject laying on the front porch with an apparent wound to the chest.

Resuscitation efforts by deputies and paramedics proved fruitless and the subject, Terry Lynn Maples, age 45 of Windsor was pronounced dead at the scene. 


Another resident at the scene, Jeffrey Dean Watring, age 44 was taken into custody regarding the shooting on an investigative hold for murder 2nd degree. 
 
  
Terry L. Maples deceased
A search warrant was served at the residence later that afternoon by deputies and several items were seized as evidence in the investigation. An autopsy is scheduled for Wednesday morning in Kansas City, Missouri. 

Assisting at the scene was Sheriff Oberkrom, Major Hills, Detective Koenke, Deputy Townsend and Deputy Lambirth. Detective Dugan assisted with the search warrant application from the Clinton office.









Tuesday, June 28, 2016

One injured in Henry County accident involving road grader

On 6/28/16 around 8:50am the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Cass County responded to a two vehicle accident involving a road grader at CR SE 100 and Missouri 7 Highway in rural Henry County.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred when the 2011 Ford driven by 28 year old Kelly R. Bethel of Warsaw, Missouri attempted to pass a 1990 John Deere Road Grader driven by 63 year old James A. Bradford of Clinton, Missouri at it was attempting to make a left hand turn causing the vehicle to strike.

Kelly R. Bethel sustained moderate injuries in this accident and she was transported by private vehicle to St. Lukes Hospital.

The 2011 Ford sustained moderate damage in this accident ant towed from the scene by Cole Tire and Battery.

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Harrisonville woman injured in Cass County accident

Around 4:35pm this evening the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Cass County along with the Cass County Sheriffs Office responded to a two vehicle accident on I-49 Southbound at Mile Marker 173 in rural Cass County.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred when the 2012 Lexus driven by 28 year old Emily D. Stephens of Harrisonville, Missouri attempted to change lanes causing both vehicles to exit the roadway and causing the Lexus to strike a 2007 Chevrolet driven by 43 year old Steven H. Johnson of Peculiar, Missouri.

Emily Stephens sustained minor injuries in this accident and she was transported by ambulance to Belton Regional Medical Center.

Both vehicles sustained minor injuries and no tow was needed.

 
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Steve Kagarice Retirement

Happy Retirement Steve !!!

It takes a lot of dedication to put that many years in one place. The city was lucky to have someone like you that they could depend on!





Update: female suspect arrested in disturbance call‏ in Schell City

A female suspect has been identified and arrested in the disturbance call early Sunday morning in Schell City.

The female was identified as 33 year old Ivy L. Stevens.
 
Ms. Stevens is currently being held in the Vernon County Jail on a $5,000 cash or surety bond for Property Damage 1st Degree.


View Original Story Here:

http://batescountynewswire.blogspot.com/2016/06/update-schell-city-resident-arrested.html

Two arrested in St. Clair County

On June 21, Jacob Harper, 25, Osceola, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with class C felony domestic assault-second degree. Bond is set at $15,000 cash or surety.
The charge stems from an incident on May 30 when Harper allegedly assaulted a female victim during an argument. Harper allegedly grabber the female by her arms and threw her down onto a bed and put his hands around her neck and squeezed tightly, choking her.

On June 21, Jacob Harper, 25, Osceola, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with class C felony domestic assault-second degree. Bond is set at $15,000 cash or surety.
The charge stems from an incident on May 30 when Harper allegedly assaulted a female victim during an argument. Harper allegedly grabber the female by her arms and threw her down onto a bed and put his hands around her neck and squeezed tightly, choking her.