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  • Osage Beach Police Department weekly summary

  • April 15 to April 21
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  • April 15 to April 21
    Abandoned  Vehicle    2
    Accidents    8
    Alarms    6
    Alcohol / Drug    1
    Ambulance    8
    Animal Control    1
    Burglary    1
    Canine Assist    1
    Check the Welfare    3
    Citizen Assist    6
    Disturbance    5
    Illegal Parking    3
    Lockouts    21
    Missing Person     1
    Motorist Assist    2
    Other Agency Assist    3
    Pedestrian Check    2
    Property Lost / Recovered    1
    Stealing    6
    Suspicious Activity    3
    Traffic Hazard    4
    Vehicle Check    3
    4/15 – w/m age 21 from Kaiser, James L. Cashell, arrested on Lake Ozark Failure to Appear warrant original charge of Failure to Register Motor Vehicle
    4/15 – w/m age 20 from Osage Beach, Dillion Yardley, arrested for Possession of Marijuana up to 35gr and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
    4/16 – w/f age 32 from Osage Beach, Natalie R. Neill, arrested on Lake Ozark warrant Failure to Appear and Osage Beach charges of Speeding 11-15 mph over
    4/16 – w/m age 38 from Linn Creek, Peter E. Hernandez, arrested for Driving While Suspended and Failure to Equip vehicle with proper Headlamps
    4/16 – h/m age 51 from Sunrise Beach, Filemon G. Rodriquez, arrested for Careless and Imprudent Driving and Camden County Warrant for Failure to Appear Traffic.
    4/16 – w/m age 29 from Brumley, Bruce Simmons, charged with Inhalation of Solvent, felony, bond $10,000.
    4/19 – h/m age 31 from Overland Park, Ks., Eli Gomez-Velasquez, arrested Driving While Suspended and Failure to Drive in a Single Lane
    4/20 – w/m age 31 from Pittsfield, Il., Stanley F. Nowacki, Possession up to 35gr of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
    4/20 – w/m age 53 from Kaiser, William J. Long, Driving While Intoxicated, Failure to Drive on the Right Half of the Roadway and Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility
    4/21 – w/f age 28 from Ballwin, Mo., Tessa L. Eastin, Driving While Suspended and Failure to Signal