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8A---April 24, 2003 Crawford County Sheriff's Incident Report March 30-At 5:14 p.m. Deputy Walka was dis- patched to a residence that is a weekend home located south of Leasburg. Upon arrival Deputy Walka met the reporting party who stated that sub- ject(s) unknown broke into his home by prying a pad lock off of the front door and took items inside the home valued at $220. March 31-Deputy Satter- field took a report of a stolen mailbox in the Steelville area on Thurman Lake Road. The victim reported that the mailbox and sign were taken overnight. The mailbox was worth approximately $25. March 31-Deputy Satter- field received a report of identity theft. The reporting party stated that he received a phone bill from Atlanta, Georgia, in his name, but he has never been to Georgia and he feels his identity had been stolen and $717.53 charged to his ac- count. March 31-Deputy Satter- field observed a vehicle trav- eling along Highway C with a obstructed license plate. Deputy Satterfield then stopped the vehicle and ques- tioned the driver. The driver was later found to have methamphetamine in his pos- session. The driver, Harold Wilk- erson, of Sullivan, was ar- rested and charges are pend- ing. March 31-Deputy Grissom responded to the Cherryville area for a theft report involv- ing a motor vehicle. The owner reported that her 1988 Ford truck had it's driver side door stolen dur- ing the night. The vehicle's owner gave several names of possible suspects that may have been involved in this theft and tampering with a motor vehicle March 31-Jail Officer Cpl. Frank Williams recovered prohibited items found in a secured area of the jail deten- tion area. Items were confiscated after a search of a cell occupied by two inmates. Both inmates were questioned about the items found in their cell. Warrants will be applied for on both inmates. April 1-Deputy Satterfield received a report of a stolen vehicle in the Bourbon area. The vehicle was taken from the residence on Rock Road. A subject has been identified and an investigation is ongo- ing. April 2-Deputy Sherman took a report of burglary and stealing from an individual that owns a weekend home i n Steelville. The victim arrived to notice that someone had kicked the front door in to his residence and had stolen a microwave, five tires, a color TV and a Eureka vacuum cleaner. The victim has heard ru- mors as to who it might be and was advised to let the Sheriffs Department know if he heard any more informa- tion. April 2-Deputy Walka took a report of theft from a storage shed located near Highway FF and 1-44. He met with the reporting party who stated that subjects unknown to them cut off a master padlock from their storage shed and took an un- determined amount of their property. They further stated that the value was very high. April 2-Deputy W a 1 k a took a report of theft of a car hauler and a cherry picker from a residence south of Leasburg. Reporting party told Deputy Walka that a friend came onto his property to ask to use the car hauler and the victim told him no. The victim, who is disabled and bed ridden, saw the suspect from closed circuit TV, hook up the trailer and also take his cherry picker and leave the property. The victim has not seen his released. property since. April 4-Deputy Moreland April 3-Deputy Walka and Deputy Sherman re- took a walk in report of ave- sponded to a residence north hicle that has been stolgn of Bourbon for a report of a from a residence located wk, adnestic distur _hne in prog- of Cuba. tess. The victim stated that his 1993 Ford R-150 pickup truck had not been returned to his residence after his son who he let use it on March 30 to go back and forth to work. He further stated that he has not seen his truck or his son since. April 3-at 12:37 a.m., Dep- uty Moreland and Deputy Sherman responded to a resi- dence south of Steelville for a domestic disturbance in prog- ress. Upon the officers arrival, it was determined that no physical violence, only an argument had occurred be- tween the male and female subjects at the residence. However, the female subject had an active warrant for failure to appear on the origi- nal charge of stealing out of the Salem Police Department. Melissa A. Emerson, 23, Steelville, was arrested on the Salem warrant. No charges were filed against her or the male subject regarding the domestic dispute. April 3-Deputy Walka re- sponded to a report of a stolen blade from a residence lo- cated west of Cuba. The subject told Deputy Walka that subject(s) un- known came onto his property and took a 5-foot tractor blade, red in color with a 3-point hitch. The victim thinks that it might have been a family member who stole the blade. April 4-Deputy Satterfield received a report of animal neglect in the Cherryville area. The reporting party stated that her ducks had been killed by the neighbor's dogs. The reporting party gave a statement and the neighbor was issued a summons and After speaking with beth subjects, it was determined that no physical violence had occurred during the distur- bance, only an argument. However, the female sub- ject stated that she wanted her boyfriend, who had been drinking, to leave her resi- dence for the night. The male subject was coop- erative and agreed to do this. Both were advised of the Mis- souri 12 hour domestic vio- lence law. No charges were pressed against either subject, but a report was filed to document the incident April 4-Deputy Satterfield took a report of a vehicle theft in the area of Huzzah. Creek Road. The front gate of the prop- erty had been removed from its hinges and the vehicle was taken from the property. An investigation is ongo- ing at this time and charges are pending. April 4-Deputy Grissom responded to a residence off of Butler Pond Road for a theft report involving a four- wheeler. The homeowner reported that her daughter's battery powered Fischer-Price Kawa- saki Ninja four-wheeler had been stolen from their yard. April 5-Deputy Satterfield took a report of property dam- age at a business just outside of the Sullivan area. A large window was broken near the parking area of the business. The value of the window was approximately' $30o. The Cuba Free Press Shelter Pals Pet of the Week i !I " Jake is a five month old Border collie mix. He has his puppy shots, and has been dewormed. He inside/outside dog and is almost housebroken. He very sweet disposition and loves to be around gets along well with other dogs. For adoption please call Shelter Pals at 573-885-3778 or visit or at shelterpals.org. Gcr Ck r ,m ou NOW!. KC Dream Classic AUCTION BusinessTed Cenmr in Kansas City, Missouri May 2-3, 2003 MECUM COLLECTOR CAR AUCTIONEERS www.mecul 950 Greenlee IL 60152 to All Collector Car! Sale! Sale! 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