Truck and Trailer Go Into Lake of the Ozarks

No one is injured after a truck and boat trailer end up in the Lake of the Ozarks.  On Monday night, Sunrise Beach fire fighters were called to the Villages after a mechanical failure caused a man to lose control of his truck.  The truck and trailer rolled down a boat ramp and into the lake.  The man was able to get out of the truck before it and the trailer went completely underwater.  A member of the Mid County Fire Protection District dive team went into the water and hooked a cable onto the truck and it was pulled out of the water.  Sunrise Beach fire fighters, the Mid County Fire dive team and the Missouri Highway Patrol were all on the scene.

Suspicious Fire Does Damage in Lake Ozark

Lake Ozark firefighters were kept busy in the early morning hours this morning. They were called to a structure fire at 1331 School Rd. Upon arrival they found the garage, a trailer and shed on fire. The fire was quickly brought under control with the assistance of area agencies. The good news is that the residence was saved and no damage was reported. The current cause of the fire is still under investigation and fire officials do believe it is suspicious in nature. We will follow this story.

Van Note Murder Trial Delay

It will be 2014 before one of the three suspects in a Sunrise Beach murder case will be in court.  45-year old Susan Van Note of Lees Summit is charged with first degree murder and forgery in the death of her father William Van Note.  He was found shot and stabbed inside his Sunrise Beach home in October of 2010.  William later died at a Columbia hospital.  Prosecutors say Susan along with two other suspects, 43-year old Desre and Stacy Dory of Shawnee, Kansas forged a document that took William off of life support.  No trial date has been set for Susan Van Note but it could happen in April, May or June of next year.  She remains free on bond.

Boating While Intoxicated Arrests on the Lake and the River

Five people are arrested for boating while intoxicated during a Marine Operation Saturation on the Lake of the Ozarks and the Osage River.  Two arrests were made on July 19th in Morgan County, two on July 20th in Camden County and one was made on the Osage River last Saturday.  A total of 40 boats were stopped over the three day operation.  Troopers issued 62 warnings and issued 13 summonses for various marine violations.

1150 KRMS AM GOING OFF THE AIR

News/Talk 1150 AM KRMS is going to go off the air for a short period of time as we prepare our antenna and transmitter to be moved to our new transmitter site. Until then, please continue to listen to KRMS on the FM dial at 97.5 or you can stream online at krmsradio.com and click on Listen Live. You can also download our smartphone app for Android and iPhone by searching your app store for “KRMS” or simply download the TuneIn app and search KRMS to stream us live anywhere. We are in the process of improving our AM signal by setting up a brand new AM tower site and as soon as the antenna is finished, we will put the AM back on the air. Thank for your patience during this time and we look forward to serving you like we did since 1951 with a much better coverage area than ever before.

Marijuana Growing Operation Found in Camden County

A marijuana growing operation is shut down after a drug raid in Camden County.  Last Tuesday, Camden County Deputies and Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group Agents served a warrant in the 100 block of Tenney Road in Roach.  200 marijuana plants, two and half pounds of processed marijuana, grow equipment, and drug paraphernalia were found.  60-year old Robert Haas, 55-year old Karen Haas, and 31-year old Justin Haas, all of Roach, were arrested.  They are each charged with two counts of distribute, deliver, manufacture of a controlled substance.  All three had their cash only bond set at 10 thousand dollars.  Karen Haas was released after posting bond.  Justin and Robert Haas remain in custody at the Camden County Jail. 

Meth Bust in Camden County

A 47-year old Osage Beach woman is in custody after a drug raid by law enforcement in Montreal.  The Camden County Sheriff’s Office says last Wednesday, deputies and agents with the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group served a search warrant at a residence in the 100 block of Fox Ridge Road.  Officers found one gram of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.  Shelia Patterson Bacon was arrested and is charged with possession of a controlled substance.  She is being held at the Camden County Jail on a bond of five thousand dollars cash and 15 thousand dollars surety.