This time, success for police. Around noon, Camden County Dispatch received a call that Larson was hiding under a dock west of their location below a residence on Ozark Isle.

A man who fled Camden County deputies Aug. 2 was found under a dock the next day.

Ronnie Larson, 29, fled a residence in the area of Bull Run Bluff Circle Aug. 2 as deputies arrived to serve a warrant for his arrest, according to a press release from the Camden County Sheriff’s Office. Larson ran into a heavily wooded area, and additional Camden County deputies, state troopers and a Highway Patrol K9 unit were called in to search the area, but without success. 

The next day, Aug. 3, Camden County Dispatch received a report around 10:55 a.m. that Larson had returned to his residence. As deputies arrived in the area, they were advised that Larson had once again fled into the woods. Again, additional deputies, state troopers and a Highway Patrol K9 unit searched. 

This time, success for police. Around noon, Camden County Dispatch received a call that Larson was hiding under a dock west of their location below a residence on Ozark Isle. 

Units from CCSO and Highway Patrol responded to the site and located Larson in the water.

Larson was taken into custody without further incident. He is being held without bond in the Camden County Adult Detention Center on two felony probation violations.