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Local News / Re: PCSD- Burglary Arrests 5-13-10
« on: May 14, 2010, 10:46:32 PM »
Here are the pictures of the acused.

See attached photos.



News Release
Burglary Arrests 5-13-2010
Pulaski County Sheriff J. B. King
May 14, 2010

During the midnight shift on May 12-13, 2010, officers from the Waynesville City Police and the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office were involved in a joint narcotic patrol operation of the area from west Waynesville to Buckhorn.

At one minute after midnight a Pulaski County deputy made a routine traffic stop on a motor vehicle for a driving violation. Upon the deputy’s approach to the car he observed a very large screen TV in the back seat. The deputy asked some questions about the TV and was given evasive answers. A consent search of the vehicle revealed a laptop computer which gave the owners name and address to the deputy. The deputy responded to the owners address on Rudolph Lane and discovered a broken out window. A search of the house revealed that it had been ransacked and a location was found that appeared to be missing a large screen TV.

The owner of the property was located and responded to the home. The owner confirmed that the house had been burglarized and the property in the vehicle was stolen from the home.

Both suspects were taken to the Pulaski County Jail on a 24-hour hold and a statement of probable cause was sent to the Pulaski County Prosecutor requesting a charge of Burglary in the Second Degree on both suspects.

A charge of Burglary in the Second Degree and one charge of stealing was filed on Uriah Hoskins, age 22, from Dixon, Missouri. The second suspect Tony Ken Knox, age 26, 18040 Lattice Lane, St. Robert, Missouri was charged with one count of receiving stolen property. Both men remain in the Pulaski County Jail pending the posting of a $50,000 cash only bond.

Please remember that the charges against Uriah Hoskins and Tony Knox are mere accusations and not evidence of guilt. Evidence in support of the charges must be presented before a court of competent jurisdiction whose duty is to determine guilt or innocence.


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Local News / Re: Fatal crash report
« on: May 14, 2010, 09:10:43 PM »
Is this her?
http://www.facebook.com/?sk=ru#!/profile.php?id=1230352003
 
Online Traffic Crash Reports Search | Home | Contact Crash Report Details
Accident Information
Investigated ByIncident#DateTimeCountyLocationTroop
TPR S CRABTREE #3620514100015605/14/20107:05AMPULASKIHWY 133 2 MILES NORTH OF RICHLANDI
Vehicle Information
Veh. #Vehicle DescriptionDamageDispositionDriver NameDriver GenderDriver AgeSafety DeviceDriver City/StateDriver InsuranceVehicle Direction
11999 CHEVROLET CARTOTALBY/TO GENES TOWING IN CROCKERCOFFELT, BRITTANY AFEMALE19UNKNOWNWAYNESVILLE, MOSAFECONORTHBOUND
22001 DODGE PICKUPTOTALBY/TO RUTHMUNDS TO WAYNESVILLEMITSCHELE, TERRY LMALE51NOCROCKER, MOSTATE FARMSOUTHBOUND
Injury Information
Veh. #NameGenderAgeInjury TypeSafety DeviceCity/StateInvolvementDisposition
1COFFELT, BRITTANY AFEMALE19FATALUNKNOWNWAYNESVILLE, MODRIVERST JOHNS HOSPITAL IN LEBANON BY PULASKI COUNTY AMBULANCE------PRONOUNCED BY ASSISTANT CORONER PAUL MCMILLAN AT 0913
1COFFELT, JONATHAN PMALE24MINORUNKNOWNWAYNESVILLE, MOOCCUPANTST JOHNS HOSPITAL IN LEBANON BY PULASKI COUNTY AMBULANCE
2MITSCHELE, TERRY LMALE51MODERATENOCROCKER, MODRIVERST JOHNS HOSPITAL IN LEBANON BY PULASKI COUNTY AMBULANCE
Misc. Information
*** FATALITY ACCIDENT *** NEXT OF KIN NOTIFIED. OCCURRED AS CAR 1 CROSSED THE CENTERLINE AND STRUCK CAR 2 HEAD-ON . PRONOUNCED BY ASSISTANT CORONER PAUL MCMILLAN AT 0913 MTD FATALITY #1 YTD # 9
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Local News / Re: PCSD- Burglary Arrests
« on: May 14, 2010, 05:02:07 PM »
If I am doing the math correctly, Mike Headrick was doing one hell of a good job.
 
 

   Well you may want to kick me  after all but remember I said MEMORY and I was way off. The following are ALL criminal charges filed in Pulaski County Circuit court each year listed and the total does include change of venue cases.

1. Year 2000              cases   2458
2.         2001                          2070
3.         2002                          1823
4.         2003                          1496
5.         2004                          1516
6.         2005                          1522
7.         2006                          1709
8.         2007                          977
9.         2008                          1022
10.       2009                          1022

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I have one for 2000.00 per month.
 
 
Anyone out there know of any decent month to month housing for a military family? They just got here and are looking for a place for to live while they wait for on post housing to free up.

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Local News / Re: PCSD- Burglary Arrests
« on: May 07, 2010, 10:35:52 PM »
You will be hearing more on this subject later.

wow.. I know 2 of those people,  what were they stealing?

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Breaking News / Re: PCSD- Assault & Shots Fired Call
« on: May 03, 2010, 06:15:14 PM »
Perhaps our prosecutor knows him and can't charge him. They would then appoint a special prosecutor.


His not being charged says nothing to me.  Well, it says something, but not what you might think.

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Breaking News / Re: PCSD- Assault & Shots Fired Call
« on: May 03, 2010, 06:14:12 PM »
I heard that they were fighting over a well that he owns but sits on Bassetts property, ofcourse this is hearsay, I don't know it to be a fact...

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Breaking News / Re: PCSD- Assault & Shots Fired Call
« on: May 03, 2010, 05:02:50 PM »
He is running for Office?


Arnold and the son was kent

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Breaking News / Re: PCSD- Assault & Shots Fired Call
« on: May 03, 2010, 04:26:16 PM »
Who is the unnamed politician?


I work with a couple ladies from dixon in my office, the way it was explained to me is the other gentlemen went on mr. saugchgrows land with his son and physically assaulted him before he got the gun and shot up his truck.  If he wanted to injure the other 2 men he could have but settled for the truck.  It should go to show that because he was mowing his grass he didnt start this fight and was more or less the victim, at least from how I heard the story.  Either way a fued over a well is going to cause some innocent bystander to get hurt and just because the other party is running for office in pulaski county I dont think he should be let off.  I also think its wrong that the second suspects name wasnt put on this board because of his standing in the county.

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Local News / Re: What Daily Guide wrote on Facebook.
« on: April 23, 2010, 05:03:30 PM »
Growing because you added a reporter? To me growth is increased readership, not decreasing. Amazing how some people can paint rosy pictures.


I've been fielding a lot of questions as of late regarding our operations here at The Daily Guide. The questions, no matter what form they come in, all have the same basic theme— how much longer will we be here?

It's an understandable concern. Around the nation, newspapers are shrinking staffs and shutting their doors. And if it's happening at large publications, what's keeping the local dailies, like us, from being next?

There are a lot of answers for that question, but the simplest, best and most honest answer is that you can rest assured we're not going anywhere. In fact, we're growing!...

In the coming months you can look for a few new faces joining our team. As we continue the search for our current reporter position, we will be looking to hire yet another person, essentially doubling our newsroom staff.

Newspapers that are doing poorly don't hire people, folks. Just the opposite. So take it for what it is— a sign of the good things we've been doing and will continue to do.

While I am excited to deliver you this news, it is a bittersweet time for me.

I will be leaving The Daily Guide team to become the new editor at the Rolla Daily News. It was a difficult decision to make, and one that was not done hastily.

I am proud of the accomplishments The Daily Guide and its team have made during the past 17 months, and I look forward to watching the paper continue to grow and succeed.

I owe a grate deal of thanks to those who have supported us over a time of unprecedented change, especially our staff. We've been through a redesign, we've upgraded our Web site and just recently added Facebook as another means of keeping in touch with our readers and advertisers.

I have no reason to doubt that the wonderful progress we've made will continue under new leadership. Again, we wouldn't be making the investment in today's times of growing staff if we weren't on a growth plan, much like we did when we invested thousands into equipment upgrades within the past two years.

In a time of seeming uncertainty, I would encourage you not to listen to the rumors that say we're leaving the community. No one does what we do— no one. And that means we'll be around for a long time. There will always be a need for valuable local information from a trusted source— your Daily Guide.

DawnDee Bostwick
Editor

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Local News / What Daily Guide wrote on Facebook.
« on: April 23, 2010, 04:59:31 PM »
I've been fielding a lot of questions as of late regarding our operations here at The Daily Guide. The questions, no matter what form they come in, all have the same basic theme— how much longer will we be here?

It's an understandable concern. Around the nation, newspapers are shrinking staffs and shutting their doors. And if it's happening at large publications, what's keeping the local dailies, like us, from being next?

There are a lot of answers for that question, but the simplest, best and most honest answer is that you can rest assured we're not going anywhere. In fact, we're growing!...

In the coming months you can look for a few new faces joining our team. As we continue the search for our current reporter position, we will be looking to hire yet another person, essentially doubling our newsroom staff.

Newspapers that are doing poorly don't hire people, folks. Just the opposite. So take it for what it is— a sign of the good things we've been doing and will continue to do.

While I am excited to deliver you this news, it is a bittersweet time for me.

I will be leaving The Daily Guide team to become the new editor at the Rolla Daily News. It was a difficult decision to make, and one that was not done hastily.

I am proud of the accomplishments The Daily Guide and its team have made during the past 17 months, and I look forward to watching the paper continue to grow and succeed.

I owe a grate deal of thanks to those who have supported us over a time of unprecedented change, especially our staff. We've been through a redesign, we've upgraded our Web site and just recently added Facebook as another means of keeping in touch with our readers and advertisers.

I have no reason to doubt that the wonderful progress we've made will continue under new leadership. Again, we wouldn't be making the investment in today's times of growing staff if we weren't on a growth plan, much like we did when we invested thousands into equipment upgrades within the past two years.

In a time of seeming uncertainty, I would encourage you not to listen to the rumors that say we're leaving the community. No one does what we do— no one. And that means we'll be around for a long time. There will always be a need for valuable local information from a trusted source— your Daily Guide.

DawnDee Bostwick
Editor

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Road is wonderful, looks like it was just given many loads of new chat.
 
 
I will try and come by this evening if I don't forget. Just Lament you are refering to? I will try and drive it at 30mph..

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I will try and come by this evening if I don't forget. Just Lament you are refering to? I will try and drive it at 30mph..


Anyone is more than welcome to come and visit my road and then can tell me 'how good' I have it... I live on Lament Rd in St Robert. http://www.mapquest.com/maps?city=Saint+Robert&state=MO&address=%5B18200-18299%5D+Lament+Dr&zipcode=65584&country=US&latitude=37.843755&longitude=-92.17532&geocode=BLOCK If you can't find it, PM me and I will give you my number and specific instructions to my place. On good portion of my road, a crawl is too fast! Never mind a decent 10-15 mph travel speed... at 10 mph a 5-point harness is required to keep from knocking yourself out. The last time my road was graded the operator spent 17 minutes total on approx 2/3 of a mile of road. NO WHERE ENOUGH TIME!!!

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Move to a county with flat ground?

 
I have driven though many counties here in this region of Missouri. I know there are some counties that do a REALLY good job of maintaining the gravel roads and we know from this topic that some people feel our county and Camden county don't do such a great job, I don't mean that as a slam. The question is what could we learn from these counties? What makes them successful?  For example go up to Morgan county their gravel roads most of the time are in really good condition and they are wide and smooth.

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Again, I don't agree that our road crews are incompetent. This winter has caused much havoc on the county roads, that's not their fault.... I am hearing the cost of chat has went way up, demand is high due to ground conditions.
 
 
 
Ft Wood is where they teach military grader operators,bulldozing etc.Maybe someone could get the Fort to do "community action' once a month and haul equipment and trainees out and have them train on our roads.They certainly couldn't do any worse,I imagine.

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 :needspics:
 
I was mowing earlier, when I came up with this... Hope you find it as entertaining as I did while I was writing it!
(This largely applies more to us women, no offense)

1. You try on department store pants in your size, and you get that "pucker" in the back part of the waist-band.

2. You can't wear department store pants, swim-suits, certain skirts and dresses, and you find that you're the only one in the dressing rooms that is growing increasingly angry at the clothes.

3. You are shorter than most of your friends, until you sit...then all of a sudden, you're taller than them.

4. (correlates with number 3.) You are sitting on someones lap in the car, and the only reason your head hits the ceiling in the car, is because of your @$$.

5. You buy a cute pair of "boy-shorts", put them on, and they look more like regular underwear!

6. Your partner stares at your @$$ more than your breasts.

7. You stop dancing, but you @$$ keeps on moving.

8. Someone smacks your @$$, and it hurts their hand more than it hurt you.

9.  Someone can set a drink on your @$$, and walk away. (the drink doesn't fall off either)

10. Your @$$ acts as a natural flotation device.

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The problem isn't the ten commandments being in a government building, the prblem is that it is a Christian belief and people of other faiths should not have Christianity forced upon then, nor have their tax money be spent do do such.



The bible is not proof of GOD. That is why it is called faith.  The bible doesn’t answer a lot of the questions. There were a lot of books left out such as the Gnostic books that men decided didn’t belong.  I have no problem with believers or non-believers other than the fact they both can be a pain in the -. If people would allow others to worship how they wanted as long as it did hurt others things would be better.  I also think atheists should be quiet on certain subjects such as the 10 commandments being on government buildings. What does it hurt? They are good rules to live by whether you believe in god or not.  Building that were built hindered (s) years ago that have them should be ok. If the people that wrote the constitution didn’t have a problem with why should they.  If they answer is because the constitution says separation of church and state, see previous sentence. Of course atheists probably thing I should be quiet on the subject of atheists.

859
Jesus..

860
Maybe Bill used up all the gas and they ran out of gas for this grader.. LOL



Picture taken April 15Th, 2010, 11am, Buckhorn, (west Waynesville), Mo
 
Absolutely no one around, no where.
 
Grader still parked in the same spot 2 hrs later, still no one around.
 
Don't get me wrong, I would like to have a $120,000 roadgrader sitting in my yard... BUT I for sure would have the nicest road in the county!
 
For the record, I would like like to know... Is it to too hot, too cold, too wet, too dry or too what?
 
Or is this machine parked here, as the county dump truck was parked at a local bank a week or so ago for the same reason... Employee personal time taken 'on the clock...'
 
NOTE to Bill... FYI, Roads also don't fix themselves, they require roadgraders to be fixed. Roadgraders don't drive themselves (at least this one anyways), you have to have an operator in the grader to run it. For as bad as our roads are, this grader should have the throttle wide open for 12 hrs a day. And if you are not going to use it, donate the thing to the sheriff's dept., mabe JB can turn it into a couple of new cars (instead of rebuilding totals) or another employee or two (looks like 3 or 4 people sitting there...) so theres not a 37 mninute response time to people in my house...

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Post has been moved, user has been warned..

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I always try to include some proof.
 
 
I thought the picture was proof of the missing link then I realized it was Rick.

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Taz did not write that
 
 
 
If Taz is serious and if he wants to volunteer to cover the Frisco League I'd be interested.

Key word is volunteer, at least for now.

I would love to find a "sports nut" willing to volunteer for the outlying schools with a paid freelancer for the Waynesville district, where I **MUST** have someone who is totally committed and reliable if I am going to do it at all.

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I like hype words like smashed, clobered, killed it.. My big concern is that Waynesville is losing..
 
 
I may be able to hire a freelance sportswriter for the Pulaski County Daily News who would be covering high school sports.
 
Here are two sample articles that have been submitted. They have **NOT** been posted on the Pulaski County Daily News website. I would appreciate comments, pro or con, regarding the articles, and also about what sports people in our area would like to see covered.
 
Private messages are welcome, and in the case of anything that's significantly negative, I'd very much prefer that messages be sent to me privately. I've warned this potential freelancer that few things attract more complaints and negative comments than coverage of sports, but I don't need to scare him off before I've even made a job offer.
 
Fair disclosure: If I'm going to have significant sports coverage it's going to have to be advertiser-sponsored. I do not have the budget to be adding additional staff without adding additional advertisers, so while I want people to voice their ideas on more things they'd like to see covered, they're not going to happen unless the idea can attract advertiser sponsorship.
 
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Waynesville varsity baseball team falls to Hillcrest, 16 to 6
 
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. (April 6, 2010) -- The Waynesville Tigers got off to a good start with a home run by Patrick Holt on the first pitch, but that was the highlight of the game for the Tigers.
 
Between innings two and five, Hillcrest hit three homeruns by Dillion Hanson and Michael Esther, respectively. In the sixth inning, Waynesville brought in two runs off a home run from Damion Fadl and a two-run single by Kevin Williams to make the score 7 to 6. In the top of the seventh, a grand slam by Hanson opened up the score and by the end of the seventh, Hillcrest won 16 to 6.
 
Dilllion Hanson gets game ball for his two home runs and seven runs batted in.
 
"Going 3 for 4 with two runs batted in was a good game for me, but I wish the team had done better," said Williams, the Tigers' second baseman.
 
Waynesville's next home game is Thursday, April 8, at 4:30 p.m., where the Tigers will face the Camdenton Lakers.
 
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Waynesville varsity baseball defeated by Camdenton, 12 to 3
 
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. (April 8, 2010) -- In tonight's game versus Camdenton, the Waynesville Tigers played hard but were defeated.
 
The Tigers' offense was stagnant for much of the game with zero runs through six innings, but Kevin Williams showed himself a strong hitter, bringing in two runs in the seventh inning to put the Tigers on the scoreboard.
 
Throughout the game, Camdenton steadily put up seven runs through six innings, but in the seventh inning they scored five runs.
 
Sam Dowling entered the game in the seventh inning after Waynesville had already allowed five runs in just one inning, and Dowling's pitching finished the inning without allowing any more Camdenton runs.
 
"The RBIs felt all right, but I wish the team had scored more runs," Williams said.
 
In other notes, Lexavier Mcclain scored one run off a wild pitch and Matt Hestenes had three singles tonight.

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Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: Sneak Peek Sheriff's View
« on: April 10, 2010, 02:34:21 AM »
Saw the news on this again and this time they reported $19.50, not $19.00.


if i did my math correctly that would be a 13.6% drop in repay. In 2009 we spent $276,630.00 on inmate board. I will have to check to see what we did get back (those figures do not come to my office) but usually it runs artound $200,000.00 so a 13.6% driop wiuld cost the county about $27,200.00 extra a year. The diff between the $276 and the $200 would have been the actual county cost of $76,630 for2009. The new formula would add $27,200.00 to make the actual county cost $103,830.00
 
I will try to find time to get the actual figures soon and post the correct figures instead of an example.
 
       JB

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Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: Sneak Peek Sheriff's View
« on: April 09, 2010, 10:17:59 PM »
I let David Day know. Seems our state has a 500,000,000.00 defecit problem....... That's Million.


if i did my math correctly that would be a 13.6% drop in repay. In 2009 we spent $276,630.00 on inmate board. I will have to check to see what we did get back (those figures do not come to my office) but usually it runs artound $200,000.00 so a 13.6% driop wiuld cost the county about $27,200.00 extra a year. The diff between the $276 and the $200 would have been the actual county cost of $76,630 for2009. The new formula would add $27,200.00 to make the actual county cost $103,830.00
 
I will try to find time to get the actual figures soon and post the correct figures instead of an example.
 
       JB

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Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: Sneak Peek Sheriff's View
« on: April 09, 2010, 04:46:14 PM »
The state senate panel has recommended droping the rate they pay counties to house their prisoners from 22 a day to 19.
 

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Wonder if they will eat at Chicken Bones?