An Eldon man is behind bars after being arrested Thursday night by the Missouri Highway Patrol. According to the Patrol’s arrest report, 39 year old Raymond Haag is being held in the Miller County jail after being arrested for assaulting a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest. The incident occurred just after 10 o’clock Thursday night.
Two Laclede County jailers sustained injuries after an altercation with an inmate. According to reports, a Tennessee fugitive in the Laclede County jail assaulted the two corrections officers Wednesday morning before staff were able to subdue him. 57 year old Alan Mark Dibble has been charged with three counts of second degree assault of a corrections officer. The incident occurred after Dibble refused to return to his cell and then allegedly punched one of the jailers in the face.
Camden County Second District Commissioner Cliff Luber is headed to court next week after allegedly making a verbal threat against a constituent. Luber was served with a notice to appear after he allegedly threatened to put a bullet in the constituent’s head after the individual, identified as Kim Krostue, questioned the Camdenton School Board regarding an issue involving Luber’s wife who is a district school teacher. Krostue filed a restraining order against Luber after allegedly receiving the verbal threat. Luber is scheduled to appear in Laclede County Circuit Court on Thursday, June 11th. Luber allegedly also recently received a reprimand in writing from Camden County Commissioner Greg Hasty for troubling behavior including acts of intimidation.
A public hearing to discuss the voluntary annexation of the Dogwood Hills golf course was held during last night’s meeting of the Osage Beach Board of Alderman. The annexation is necessary to continue with the construction of the $238 million dollar Arrowhead Center Development. Following the hearing, a bill was proposed to approve the annexation. There will be one more reading of the bill before the Board votes on the issue.
Questions have recently arisen as to whether or not mountain lions are in the tri-county area after one was recently struck and killed by a motorist alongside Interstate-44 in Laclede County. Agent Derek Warnke with the Missouri Department of Conservation’s Camdenton office says they’re definitely in the area.
Warnke says it’s important to show proper respect and use a common sense approach when coming across a mountain lion.
A civil action has been filed to seize a residence which was gifted to the resident by the Habitat for Humanity. Miller County Prosecuting Attorney Benjamin Winfrey says a search warrant was issued at the residence of Tammy Boyd in Eldon. 46 grams of Methamphetamine was found. The law allows for a civil forfeiture act to be filed in cases in which property and money is used in or earned by the sale of controlled substances. Several charges including Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute are expected to be filed…
Before you donate money to a good cause, such as area veterans, make sure the agency asking for the money is legitimate. That is the word from the Veteran’s of Foreign Wars in Camdenton. Commander Lance Kellogg spoke with Ozarks Today earlier this week, saying the local V-F-W was a target last year…
Kellogg adds to ask key questions if you are unsure who the person or agency is that is calling, and if you do not like their answers, to trust you instinct and decline to give them any funds…