Saturday, October 22, 2016

St. Clair County Warrant Arrests

On Oct 18, Harvey Bishop, 56, Grandview, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with class A felony assault on a law enforcement officer-first degree and class D felony resisting arrest by fleeing. Bond is set at $35,000 cash only.
The charges stem from a St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office investigation the previous day when deputies were advised of a wrong way driver travelling southbound on Highway 13 in the northbound lane. Deputies responded and observed a red Ford Explorer driving south in the northbound lane. Emergency lights and sirens were activated and the vehicle sped up to 80 miles per hour.
One deputy attempted to stop the vehicle by blocking one lane of the highway with his patrol car. Bishop did not slow down and accelerated nearly striking another deputy’s patrol car. A rolling roadblock was conducted and Bishop began to slow down. While doing so, Bishop’s vehicle struck the back of a patrol car causing minor damage to it. After the vehicle stopped contact was made with Bishop, who could not stand up or walk without falling. He admitted to drinking multiple alcoholic drinks and taking Ambien pills earlier the same day.
On Oct. 18, Robby Primeau, 38, Roscoe, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with class D felony driving while revoked and misdemeanor no insurance. Bond is set at $5,000 cash or surety.
The charges stem from a St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office investigation on July 25 when a traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle Primeau was driving. A check revealed his driving privileges were revoked.      
              
On Oct. 19, Jeremy Schies, 31, Stockton, was arrested at the St. Clair County Courthouse on a St. Clair County warrant charging him with class C felony assault on a law enforcement officer and class D felony resisting/ interfering with arrest for a felony. The warrant was issued on Oct. 13 and bond is set at $25,000 cash or surety.
The charges stem from an investigation on July 16 after deputies were dispatched to assist Osceola Police Department with stopping two motorcycles traveling at a high rate of speed and failing to yield.The motorcycles were originally traveling northbound on Highway 13. When they reached Lowry City they turned around and started traveling southbound on Highway 13. Several deputies joined in the attempt to stop the vehicles. While passing Highway 82 speeds reached approximately 135 miles per hour.
Near SE 650 Road, Collins, the motorcycles passed a truck driven by Schies that was pulling a trailer with four wheelers. The truck switched lanes in front of a deputy and prevented the deputy from continuing after fleeing motorcycles. One deputy stopped following the motorcycles and attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the truck. Schies failed to yield to the deputy’s emergency lights and sirens and refused to pull over for several miles.
Near the Polk County line, Schies slammed on his brakes and came to a complete stop in the middle of the lane. A felony traffic stop was conducted and Schies was taken into custody and later released pending a formal charge.