Sunday, Dec. 3:
10:08 p.m. — A female contacted the Marshall Police Department in regard to a female having an active arrest warrant. Officers were advised that the female subject was in route to pick up her juvenile son from his father’s residence. While officers were in route, they observed the female’s vehicle at Casey’s General Store located on East Eastwood Street. A computer inquiry revealed she had three active warrants with two for failure to appear on an original charge of driver’s license expired and one for failure to appear on an original charge of failure to register with the DOR. Officers placed her under arrest and transported her to the MPD without incident.
2:48 p.m. — An anonymous person contacted the Marshall Police Department in regard to a male subject at their residence who was under the influence of narcotics. Officers responded to a residence on West Morgan Street and made contact with the male subject. He stated a family member was mad at him, which was their reason for contacting the MPD. A computer inquiry revealed he was on probation or parole for possession of a controlled substance. Officers advised him he would have to provide a sample of his urine. Officers asked him if he needed a ride to the MPD to which he stated he would not need a ride. Officers advised him he had a 30 minute timeframe to arrive to provide the urine sample. As of Monday, Dec. 4, the male subject had yet to arrive to the MPD to provide the urine sample.
Wednesday, Dec. 6:
8:06 a.m. — A female contacted the Marshall Police Department in regard to a non-injury accident at the intersection of Vest Street and Benton Avenue. Officers arrived on scene and made contact with two females who were involved in the accident. One of the females stated she was traveling west on Vest Street approaching the intersection of Vest Street and Benton Avenue, and she saw the other vehicle stopped at the posted stop sign facing north. She stated as she proceeded west on Vest Street, the other vehicle pulled out into the intersection and struck her vehicle on the driver’s side. Officers observed her vehicle to have scuff marks on the driver’s front fender near the door. Officers observed the other vehicle to have scuff marks to the passenger side front fender. All parties involved declined medical attention and had no visible injuries. Both vehicles did not require a tow from the scene.
5:06 p.m. — The Marshall Police Department received a call from the Saline County E911 Center and advised that a highway patrolman was roadside with a male subject with an active warrant from the city of Marshall for failure to appear on an original charge of failure to register with the DOR. The highway patrolman arrived to the MPD with the male subject where the booking process was completed. He was issued a copy of his municipal warrant, issued a new court date of Dec. 14, and was later released.
Thursday, Dec. 7:
10:51 p.m. — While patrolling northbound on Miami Avenue approaching Missouri Highway 240, officers observed a white 90s model Ford F-150 pickup truck to bear a vehicle registration known to belong to a passenger vehicle. Officers conducted a traffic stop and came into contact with a male subject. The male driver provided a Missouri non-driver identification. He told officers his father owned the vehicle for over a year and that he had removed the plates from a vehicle that was no longer running and placed it on his truck. He was unable to provide proof of insurance. A computer inquiry showed a revoked Missouri operator’s license for a point revocation and an active child support enforcement revocation with an effective date of Sept. 28, 2015, with no eligible reinstatement date being noted. He also had three convictions for driving while suspended/revoked and two for failure to provide insurance ID. Officers placed him under arrest and transported him to the Marshall Police Department. He was issued summonses for driving while revoked, failure to register motor vehicle with the DOR and for operator’s financial responsibility, and was later released.
Friday, Dec. 8:
11:44 a.m. — A female contacted the Marshall Police Department in regard to a package being stolen from the front of her residence on South Maplewood Circle. Officers made contact with the female who she stated she had been awaiting the arrival of a package she had won. She stated she had been tracking the progression of the delivery using a tracking number, and when she didn’t receive the package at the correct time she contacted the United States Postal Service. They stated the package was delivered on Thursday, Dec. 7. She stated the package was not there, so she asked her neighbor if she had accidentally taken the package, and that the neighbor became angry and stated she did not take the package. Officers asked several neighbors about the incident and they stated they did not see anything. An investigation continues.
12:15 p.m. — The Saline County Sheriff’s Department contacted the Marshall Police Department in regard to having custody of a female subject with an active warrant from the city of Marshall. A computer inquiry revealed she had an active warrant for failure to appear on an original charge of trespassing. Officers arrived at the sheriff’s department, placed her under arrest and transported her to the MPD without incident. After the booking process was completed, she posted bond and was issued a new court date of Feb. 15, 2018. She was later released from custody.
Saturday, Dec. 9:
9:32 a.m. — A female contacted the Marshall Police Department in regard to her dog being attacked by another dog. Officers arrived on scene and made contact with the female. She told officers her dog was out back on a leash when she was attacked by another dog. She stated the other dog has attacked her dog in the past and that it lives at a residence directly behind hers. Officers observed her dog to have blood on his head and neck area, but not to be bleeding excessively. Officers made contact with the owner of the dog who attacked the other dog and the female owner stated her child let the dog out by accident. Officers observed her dog to have puncture marks and deep scratches on his head and neck area. Officers obtained six digital images of both dogs’ injuries. Animal Control will be notified of the incident.
Sunday, Dec. 10:
3:05 p.m. — A male contacted the Marshall Police Department in reference to a physical disturbance occurring in a silver vehicle traveling north on South Lincoln Avenue from East Yerby Street. Officers observed the vehicle traveling north on North Lincoln Avenue near East Slater Street and conducted a traffic stop. Officers made contact with a female subject and a male subject. The female told officers she and the male were arguing about why he left her and he began punching her. She stated he has punched her in the past and she defended herself by punching him back. Officers observed a red cut along the bridge of her nose. She stated she and the male live together, but are not in a relationship. She told officers she did not wish to assist in prosecution and would not provide a written statement. The male stated that nothing physical occurred and that he did not know how she got a mark on her nose. Officers observed a scratch that appeared to be fresh on the male’s chest near his right shoulder. Officers placed him under arrest for domestic assault and transported him to the MPD. He stated he did not wish to provide a statement about the incident. He was issued a summons for domestic assault with a court date of Jan. 18, 2018, and was released.
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