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8A---January 29, 2004 The Cuba Free Press Crawford County Sheriff's Incident Report December 31-Chief Deputy Walls responded to an ad- dress, just west of Bourbon, for a call of a possible over- dose. The reporting party awoke to find his girlfriend unre- sponsive. An ambulance was called to the scene and the female victim was trans- ported to the hospital for treatment. Assisting to this call was also a trooper from the Mis- souri Highway Patrol and an officer from the Bourbon De- partment of Public Safety. December 31-Deputy Grissom responded to a resi- dence off of Forest Hill Lane for a domestic disturbance involving several assaults and property damage. While enroute to the call Deputy Grissom observed the suspect at the pay phone in Leasburg. Deputy Grissom arrested the male subject without incident. The male subject was conveyed to the Sheriffs Office for booking and processing. Warrants were applied for on the male subject with the prosecutor's office. Arrested was Clayton Cour- touise of Bourbon. December 31-Deputies Grissom and Raineri re- sponded to a residence off of Forest Hill Lane for a domes- tic disturbance involving several assaults and property damage. While enroute to the call Deputy Grissom observed the suspect at the pay phone in Leasburg. Deputy Grissom quickly arrested the male subject without incident. The male subject was con- veyed to the sheriffs office for booking and processing. Warrants were applied for on the male subject with the prosecutor's office. January 1-Deputy W al k a took an accidental shooting report, south of Steelville, in the Cherryville area. Deputy Walka made con- thct with the victim who stated that around midnight or so he was bringing in the new year by shooting a .22 cal mag- num rifle up in the air with it jammed. He pointed it down towards the ground and tried to clear it. He then pulled the slide back and the gun went off. The bullet struck his right big toe, and he was transported by ambulance to a local hospital. January 1-Deputy More- land took a report of a domes- tic disturbance not in prog- ress near Cuba. The victim stated that dur- ing the previous night, her husband had come home in a intoxicated condition and be- gan yelling and kicking items in the house. Police personnel responded to the residence and told the subject to leave the residence for the night, and not cause another disturbance at the residence. The victim also stated that she believed that the officer had informed her husband of the Missouri Domestic Vio- lence 12 hour law. However, the subject came back to the residence after the officer left the scene and he was acting belligerently and violently toward other mem- bers of the household. Michael B: Jackson, 43 of Cuba, was arrested for domes- tic violence with a warrant being applied for. January 2-Deputy Harlan was dispatched to the Sulli- van area for an assault re- port. According to the victim he was visiting a friend when the friend's brother came into the room and began assault- ing him with a board and an aluminum baseball bat. The victim believes that the as- sault may be due to an ex- girlfriend that they both had dated. The victim sustained a number of bruises and contu- sions and refused medical treatment. Warrant will be sought on the suspect charging him with felonious assault. January 2-Deputy Harlan was dispatched to an animal abuse and property damage report north of Cuba. According to the victim a person(s) unknown had shot his beagle/basset dog with a high powered rifle. The dog received a serious shoulder injury but will sur- vive. The victim also reported that someone had poured wa-,.-:_ ter into the diesel fuel tank of --'" his pickup truck while parked at his residence. There are no known sus- pects for these offenses. January 3-Deputy Harlan was dispatched to a residence south of Steelville for a lost or stolen article report. According to the reporting party he and his son were hunting in the Wesco area on January 2 and apparently some time during the day his .22 caliber Smith and Wesson automatic pistol had fallen off his belt and was lost. The reporting party re- checked the area but was un- able to locate the weapon. The weapon will be entered into the statewide computer system as lost or stolen. January 3-Deputy Harlan was dispatched to a report of an attempt suicide at a resi- dence south of Steelville. According to the reporting party, she and her husband have been having marital problems and she informed him that she wanted a di- vorce. The subject became despon- dent and took a large quan- tity of pain medication and ran into a wooded area. An initial search could not locate the subject therefore assis- tance was requested from the Steelville Fire District Fire Department which responded with a number of personnel and ATV's. 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