Count I-class D felony unlawful possession of a controlled substance
Count II-class A misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia-prior drug offense
The arrest comes after a St. Clair County deputy was dispatched to a suspicious car blocking the roadway on Highway 82 near Tiffin. The deputy arrived on scene and tried to wake the driver, Carpenter, who was asleep in the driver’s seat.
Carpenter finally woke up and the deputy advised him why he was there. After speaking with Carpenter, the deputy asked for consent to search the vehicle. Carpenter refused. The deputy called for a K9 unit to his location. The K9 did an exterior sniff test of the vehicle and did alert to the presence of narcotics. During the search of the vehicle, a plastic straw and a plastic bag of white crystal like substance was located in the vehicle.
Count I-class D felont possession of a controlled substance
Count II-class A misdemeanor unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia-prior drug offense
The arrest comes after a St. Clair County deputy performed a traffic stop on a vehicle that Young was driving, for a traffic violation. The deputy made contact with Young and asked if there was anything illegal in the vehicle. Young gave consent for the deputy to search the vehicle. During the search, a glass pipe with a white residue was located.
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Count I-class D felony possession of a controlled substance
Count II-class D misdemeanor unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia
5/7/18-Court enters Plea, Finding of Guilt, Sentence and Judgment
Count I- Defendant sentenced to 7 years in MO Dept of Corrections
Count II: $150 fine
4/10/19-Arrested on a probation violation
The charges stem from an incident on May 2, 2017 when a deputy conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle Mullen was a passenger in on Highway D and North Center Road, Lowry City. During the investigation cellophane from a cigarette wrapper containing a crystalline residue that field tested positive for methamphetamine was located. Mullen made admissions the residue belonged to him and also produced an unused syringe from his sock.
Class A misdemeanor resisting or interfering with arrest/detention/stop
5/4/18-Defendant sentenced to 365 days in St. Clair Co. Jail; execution of Sentence suspended; defendant placed on unsupervised probation for 2 years; defendant to serve 2 days shock detention in St. Clair Co. Jail; defendant to be given credit for time served; $300 fine
4/11/19-Arrested on a probation violation
The arrest comes after the vehicle Ingalsbe was a passenger in, failed to yield to a deputy. After the car she was riding in, Ingalsbe and the driver fled on foot. A search of the area resulted in finding her and the driver trying to hide in the creek.
Four class C felony counts of passing a bad check-$500 or more
On June 3, 2015 McGraw plead guilty and was sentenced to five years in the Missouri Department of Corrections. The court suspended the execution of sentence and McGraw was placed on supervised probation for five years.
June 2, 2016-Warrant issued for probation violation
Sept. 1, 2016-Arrested on warrant for probation violation
Oct. 3, 2016-Hearing held. The Court sets disposition out to Jan. 3, 2017 to allow McGraw an opportunity to prove he can abide by conditions of probation.
Probation violation hearing set for March 6, 2017-McGraw did not appear. Reset for March 16, 2017.
7/2/18-Defendant, in custody in Pettis Co. Jail. Case not reset until in custody on St. Clair Co. warrant.
4/11/19-Arrested on probation violation
Class D felony possession of a controlled substance
Class A misdemeanor unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia
The charges stem from an investigation on Jan. 24, 2017 when St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office deputies, members of the Mid Missouri Multi Jurisdiction Drug Task Force, and Osceola Police Department officers went to at Lavish’s residence on C Street, Osceola, in reference to drug activity. During the investigation a glass pipe with a white powdery and burnt substance inside was located. A straw was also located inside a plastic container. The substance inside the glass pipe field tested positive for methamphetamine.
Count I-class A felony trafficking drugs or attempt in the first degree
The arrest comes after the vehicle Wisnieski was driving was reported by a concerned citizen as a careless and imprudent driver. The deputy made contact with vehicle at the Port Convenience Store. While speaking with Wisnieski, the deputy asked if he could search the vehicle. Wisnieski hesitated and stated he couldn’t give consent. A K9 unit was called to the scene to perform an exterior sniff test of the vehicle. The K9 did alert to the odor of narcotics. A search of the vehicle resulted in two pounds of a crystal like substance and multiple drug paraphernalia items. The crystal like substance did field test positive for methamphetamine.
Count I-class D felony non-support
Class A misdemeanor fraudulent use of a credit device
July 19, 2017-Guilty plea. Marconi was sentenced to one year in St. Clair County Jail. The execution of sentence was suspended and she was placed on unsupervised probation for two years. She was ordered to pay $200.43 in restitution and $150 fine.
11/5/18-Arrested on a Probation violation
The charge stems from an incident on March 4. The sheriff’s office investigation started on April 3, when Amber Kindred reported fraudulent activity on her debit card issued to her with the balance of her tax refund from H&R Block. Information was received showing transactions from several dates in March totaling $200.43. Kindred stated Marconi made the transactions without authorization. Several of the receipts show payments made on accounts used by Marconi. Two of the receipts show Western Union money transfers from Kindred to Marconi. It was noted Marconi set up a Western Union account in Kindred's name using Marconi’s e-mail address.
Count I-class D felony stealing-$750 or more
Count II-class D felony financial exploitation of an elder/disabled person
4/1/19-Court enters Plea, Finding of Guilt
Sentence and Judgment. Defendant found to be a persistent felony offender as defined by statute
Counts I and II: Defendant sentenced to 8 years in MO Dept of Corrections; sentences on both counts to be served concurrent with each other; Execution of Sentence suspended; Defendant placed on supervised probation for 5 years
Restitution due in the amount of $1828.00
A St. Clair County deputy was dispatched to a residence on SE 871 Road in Collins in regards to stealing on April 4, 2018. The deputy made contact with Selma Martin. Martin stated she had let her niece, Hart, borrow her debit card to go buy some uniforms for her new job and some gas to get to and from Springfield. Martin stated Hart had taken the card and fled the area.