No fatalities were reported this weekend on the water or roadways as of Sunday afternoon, Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop F announced on Twitter. However, 14 people were arrested for drugs, BWI, and DWI while several minor collisions involving vessels occurred.

No fatalities were reported this weekend on the water or roadways as of Sunday afternoon, Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop F announced on Twitter.

However, 14 people were arrested in Troop F for drugs, BWI, and DWI while several minor collisions involving vessels occurred from Friday, August 25, 2017 until August 27, 2017. General arrests from Camden, Miller and Morgan counties are listed as follows: 

Friday, August 25:

DWI / Possession -- Camden County

Saturday, August 26: 

BWI -- Morgan County

BWI -- Camden County 

BWI -- Camden County

BWI -- Camden County

BWI -- Camden County

DWI -- Camden County

Warrant / Possession -- Miller County

Sunday, August 27: 

DWI -- Camden County 

Minor Incidents on LOTO 

Three incidents involving no injuries and minor damage to vessels were reported by the MSHP Marine Division on Lake of the Ozarks with two occurring Friday and another on Saturday. 

The first incident occurred at approximately 6:00 p.m. on August 25, 2017 at the 24-mile-marker of the Main Channel when a 2016 Sweetwater Pontoon being piloted by 66-year-old Gary P. Kastorff of Monoa, Wisconsin was attempting to dock the vessel and struck a stationary 2018 Sunsation 32CCX Runabout 28-foot vessel, which was listed with minor damage. 

The second incident occurred at approximately 8:10 p.m. on August 25 at Red Head Yacht Club of Miller Hollow Cove in Osage Beach when 52-year-old Jeffrey D. Brand, of Moberly, was attempting a docking maneuver in a 1997 28-foot Baja and collided with a docked 2008 40-foot- Baja being piloted by 51-year-old Ronald W. Cline, of Heyworth, Illinois. Both vessels were listed with minor damage. 

The third incident occurred at approximately 7:15 p.m. on August 26, 2017 at the 21-mile marker in Camden County when 37-year-old Chris J. Schneerman, of Bloomington, Illinois, was docking a 1989 30-foot Baja which had a mechanical failure causing the vessel to strike a 2006 26-foot Rinker that was docked. 

Both vessels were listed with moderate damage.