Police briefs

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Monday, March 26:

5:22 p.m. — A male walked into the Marshall Police Department in regard to having property stolen from his residence on South Grant Avenue. He told officers that on March 26, between the hours of 10:30 a.m. and 10:55 a.m., two male subjects took tools from his home. He stated a female neighbor video-recorded two men leaving his residence, with one male carrying a duffle bag, which was black and yellow in color, and had his power tools inside the bag. He stated he did not know who the man was with the duffle bag, however, he believed it might be a male subject that his ex-girlfriend is seeing, whom still resides with him. He stated there was no forced entry into the home and nothing else was missing. He provided officers with a copy of the still images and video. An investigation continues.

Tuesday, March 27:

8:54 a.m. — The Saline County Sheriff’s Department contacted MPD in regard to a female subject who was at the facility to visit an inmate and had active warrants through the MPD. A computer inquiry revealed she had two active warrants for failure to appear on an original charge of drugs synthetic possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officers made contact with the female, placed her under arrest and transported her to the MPD without incident. The booking process was completed, and she was placed into a holding cell awaiting the posting of a municipal bond.

Wednesday, March 28:

12:42 p.m. — Officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for failing to stop at an active railroad crossing. A computer inquiry on a male front passenger of the vehicle revealed him to have an active warrant from Benton County for failure to appear on an original charge of driving while intoxicated. Officers placed him under arrest, and transported him to the MPD, completed the booking process and later transported him to the Saline County Sheriff’s Department.

3:12 p.m. — A female walked into the MPD in regard to turning herself in on an active warrant. A computer inquiry revealed she had an active warrant for failure to appear on an original charge of possession of drug paraphernalia from Pettis County. Officers placed her under arrest and completed the booking process. She was later transported to the Saline County Jail.

Thursday, March 29:

Dispatch contacted the MPD in regard to a male subject at Division VI Court with an active arrest warrant through the MPD. A computer inquiry on the male revealed he had an active warrant for failure to appear on an original charge of disorderly conduct. Officers came into contact with the male and placed him under arrest. He was transported to the MPD without incident. The booking process was completed and he was released on an own recognizance bond per the judge.

3:59 p.m. — A male contacted E911 by telephone in regard to check the wellbeing of his daughter, who was in a gray in color, four-door Volkswagen. He stated his daughter took the vehicle without permission and was around people she should not be. He stated she was en route to Valley Southwest Apartments. Officers made contact with the female at the apartments. A computer inquiry on the female revealed no wants or warrants. A computer inquiry on two male subjects in the vehicle confirmed that one of the males had active warrants — one from Pettis County for a traffic offense with an original charge of speeding, one from Montgomery County for failure to appear on an original charge of traffic offense, and one from Boone County for failure to appear on an original charge of moving traffic violation. Officers placed him under arrest and transported him to the MPD without incident, where the booking process was completed. He was later transported to the Saline County Sheriff’s Department.

Friday, March 30:

4:53 a.m. — A male contacted the MPD in regard to his son having a possible warrant for his arrest. Officers were dispatched to a residence on West Washington Street to investigate. Officers came into contact with the male at the residence. A computer inquiry revealed he had three active warrants, with one from Boone County for child neglect on an original charge of non-support excess of 12 months, one from Saline County for probation violation on an original charge of stealing and one from Randolph County for failure to appear on an original charge of driving while revoked. Officers placed him under arrest and transported him to the MPD without incident and completed the booking process. He was later transported to the Saline County Sheriff’s Department.

Saturday, March 31:

9:30 a.m. — The Saline County Sheriff’s Department contacted the MPD in regard to a male subject in their custody with two warrants. A computer inquiry revealed he had two active warrants from the city of Marshall for failure to appear on an original charge of driver’s license required and failure to appear on an original charge of failure to keep right. Officers placed him under arrest and transported him to the MPD without incident where the booking process was completed. He was later released on bond and given a court date of April 5.

4:54 p.m. — While patrolling west on East Yerby Street from South Odell Avenue, officers met a vehicle at East Yerby Street and South Jefferson Avenue and observed the driver of the vehicle to be a male subject they knew from previous law enforcement contact. Officers observed the vehicle to make an abrupt right turn into the parking lot of Odell Auto Plaza, and then travel south on South Odell Avenue. They observed the male driver to look in their direction and then quickly turn into O’Reilly Auto Parts. Officers conducted a traffic stop and came into contact with the male who provided a Missouri nondriver identification and was unable to provide a valid insurance card. A computer inquiry revealed he had a suspended Missouri driver’s license. A computer inquiry on the license plates came back belonging to a different vehicle. Officers placed him under arrest and transported him to the MPD. He was later released on municipal summonses for driving while revoked, failure to register with the DOR and operating a motor vehicle without financial responsibility. The license plates were seized and packaged into evidence.

8:02 p.m. — A male subject called E911 in regard to his vehicle, a 2013 GMC Sierra, being stolen from his residence on South Miami Avenue. Officers responded to the residence and came into contact with the male subject. The male told officers that on Saturday, March 31, at approximately 8 p.m., he walked outside to get something out of his vehicle and observed it to be missing. He stated he left the keys in his vehicle and left it unlocked. He told officers he checked with friends and family to see if they borrowed his vehicle or were playing a prank on him. He estimated the value of his vehicle to be approximately $15,000. Officers entered the vehicle into the computer database as stolen. The male stated he is willing to assist with prosecution. An investigation continues.

Sunday April 1:

3:39 p.m. — A male walked into the MPD in regard to turning himself in for active warrants. A computer inquiry revealed he had two active warrants for failure to appear on an original charge of an infraction and possession of narcotic equipment. Officers placed him under arrest and completed the booking process. He was later transported to the Saline County Sheriff’s Department.

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