A suspect who allegedly stole a vehicle, apparently changed his mind and returned it but still ended up behind bars.


A suspect who allegedly stole a vehicle, apparently changed his mind and returned it but still ended up behind bars.
On Feb. 25, the Camden County Sheriff's Department was called to investigate the theft and return of a vehicle at a residence in the 4000 block of Camden Line Road, in Camdenton.

When deputies arrived, they met with the reporting party who stated that a 1999 Toyota Corolla had been taken from the home and that other property had been stolen. The reporting party stated that she received a call from the suspect stating he wished to return the vehicle. The suspect, identified as Neil E. Herbert 27, of Osage Beach, was  later arrested at a residence located off State Route P south of Camdenton.

Herbert has been charged with a Class C felony for tampering with a motor vehicle 1st degree, and burglary 2nd.  Herbert is being held at the Camden County Jail. Bond is set at $2,500 cash or $10,000 surety.