Four people from Richland including two children were injured in a one car accident Sunday. According to the Highway Patrol 34 year old April Inman lost control of her vehicle which then overturned and came to rest on its wheels. Inman and three passengers were injured in the accident. They’re identified as 11 year old Jessica Inman, 12 year old Trinity Inman and 24 year old Mari Stark. All four were taken to an area hospital for treatment. The accident occurred on Redwood Road, about three miles south of Richland.
Two Camdenton residents have been arrested after the Highway Patrol found 9 grams of Methamphetamine and a firearm. According to the Patrol’s arrest report, 40 year old Robert Farley and 23 year old Magon Brown were booked into the Camden County Jail on Friday and have been charged with felony possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance, felony possession of a firearm and endangering the welfare of a child. Farley was also arrested on a Miller County warrant for resisting arrest and driving while suspended.
A Macks Creek man was arrested over the weekend by the Highway Patrol. According to Troop F’s arrest report, 23 year old David Bancker was booked into the Camden County jail Saturday night on Camden County warrants for driving while suspended, possession of Marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Two Miller County women were seriously injured after falling out of the back of a pick up truck over the weekend. The Highway Patrol says 52 year old Nancy Boseing and 73 year old Doris Kocina both of Olean were injured after the pickup accelerated ejecting them both from the enclosed truck bed. Both were taken to area hospitals for treatment. The accident occurred on Route “P” just East of Shaw Road.
A local restaurant is launching a campaign to pave an area roadway and boost the economy. Papa Chubby’s Food and Booze located at the 26 mile marker is looking to pave Lake Road F-8 which the restaurant’s owners believe will help boost tourism in the Lake West Area by allowing them to host such things at vintage car and motorcycle events. The Go Fund Me campaign has a goal of $60,000, the cost of the asphalt purchased thru the county. Camden County will furnish the labor to complete the project which is already under way. To make a donation toward the project or for additional information go to gofundme.com.
18-year-old Timothy J. Craft of Barnett was arrested on a Jefferson City warrant.
21-year-old Brett M. Freeze of Lake Ozark was arrested for Driving While Revoked and Expired License Plates less than Two Months.
44-year-old Christopher G. Mock of Osage Beach was arrested for Possession of Marijuana under 35 grams and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
20-year-old Ashlee R. Knobbe of Osage Beach was arrested for Shoplifting items valued at under 500-dollars.
52-year-old Timothy J. Arnold of Osage Beach was arrested for Theft of items valued at under 500-dollars and Third Degree Assault.
23-year-old Justin T. Edmonds of Osage Beach was arrested on a Camden County warrant.
46-year-old Jonathan R. Hartenstein of Lake Ozark was arrested for Driving While Revoked.
19-year-old Chandler L. Frerking of Columbia was arrested for Prohibited Use of a License.
28-year-old Christopher R. Serna of Osage Beach was arrested for Possession of Marijuana under 35 grams and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia…
A loose dog leads police to a large marijuana bust this past weekend. The Osage Beach Police Department says a large pit bull was seen running loose on Sunday (26) night on Mace Road. Due to numerous complaints about the dog, police responded to the owner’s apartment. After the door to the apartment was opened, police detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from the apartment. Following a search of the residence, police allegedly found 58 grams of marijuana, some which was packaged ready for sale, scales, drug paraphernalia and a 40-caliber pistol with ammunition. Two women, aged 23 and 26, were arrested and transported to the Camden County Jail to await formal charges. The younger of the women, is currently on probation for theft of over 500-dollars and Possession of a Controlled Substance…
A home sustained heavy damage this morning (Monday 27) following a fire. Osage Beach Fire Department Chief Jeff Dorhour says the fire was reported at 10:15am on Monarch Lane just off Route “A”. When they arrived, the fire was shooting through the roof of structure. The majority of the 25-hundred square foot residence and garage sustained major damage. The cause of the blaze is under investigation. Dorhour says no one was home at the time of the blaze…