A 25-year-old Lincoln, Nebraska man was arrested for boating while intoxicated and careless and imprudent operation of a watercraft following a grounding incident Tuesday evening at the 26.8-mile marker of the Main Channel of Lake of the Ozarks.

A 25-year-old Lincoln, Nebraska man was arrested for boating while intoxicated and careless and imprudent operation of a watercraft following a grounding incident Tuesday evening at the 26.8-mile marker of the Main Channel of Lake of the Ozarks. 

The incident occurred at approximately 5:17 p.m. as Jordan T. Yurth was piloting a 1996 Sea Ray 280 Bowrider eastbound while "traveling too close to the shoreline and ran aground," according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol Marine Division boating incident report. 

Yurth was not listed with any injuries or wearing a safety device. According to a water patrol source, several boats pulled up shortly after the grounded vessel to assist. There was also another passenger on board who did not suffer any injuries. The incident occurred near Tan-Tar-A Resort in Osage Beach. 

Less than an hour later, Yurth was arrested and charged with the two counts, according to a MSHP arrest report. He was being held at the Camden County Detention Center under a bondable release.

The vessel was listed with extensive damage and towed by TowBoat US.