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  • Lepard LLC: Boards will stay open for a place people can find history information longer. I am not allowing anyone to sign up for now because of so many foreginers just wanting to promote their business..
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  • ~kathy~: rick why is the timestamp showing up a day in advance?
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  • Valor7: What I tried to say is that the actual money would not be there that quick. But a loan against that would work if they are willing to do that.
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  • Lepard LLC: Why so long before it comes online? 911 took out a loan or bond with the known guarantee payment and began building..
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  • Valor7: Actually no it is not, a dependable Revenue stream will not come on line until the 4th quarter of 2017 so 2018 budget will be up in the air, not quite sure what they will have. By 2019 budget all will be well.
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  • Valor7: You mean that tax that the Commissioners would not put on the ballot for so many years? Strange things happened when the citizens got a chance to vote on that issue.
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  • Valor7: I just hate it when I talk to myself!!!!
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  • Valor7: I could have worded that better, we talked details, options, the pros and cons of each, in  order to arrive at the best ballot language to present to the voters. Hope that makes this clearer.
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  • Valor7: Yes and no. We talked details and options until we were blue in the face but I never heardbring it over, it was always the time was not right for the issue to pass. Glad to see the time in now right and I for one shall vote yes on the ballot. I would urge all others to do the sameour county is busting at the seams crimewise and no matter how many bad guys we send off there always seems to someone to replace them. The Sheriff's Office needs the help.
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  • Lepard LLC: Is that true Valor? Did he ask you what you wanted?
    March 01, 2016, 04:55:37 AM
  • Lepard LLC: Gene Newkirk Rick I have waited for a Sheriff to bring it to me on what he wanted. I have pushed Mr long for a while to get it to me. He told me he was close to having or done. Now hopefully the people will get to decide on it. I spoke with Steve about this a few times.
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PRESS RELEASE
06/04/2018
Sex Offender Sentenced to Twenty Years in the Department of Corrections
Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney announces that David Trower of Richland, pled guilty last week to two counts of Sodomy in the First Degree.  Trower was accused of sexually assaulting two different women in the Richland area in 2014.  The cases were delayed during mental competency proceedings.  Judge Hickle sentenced him to twenty years in the Department of Corrections on each count.  In addition, Trower will be required to register as a sex offender for life should he be released from prison. 
 
 “I want to thank the Richland Police Department for all of their hard work on this case.  I want to specifically commend Officer Matt Cordoves for his investigation of this case.  Finally, I want to thank the courage of the victims who came forward to report these crimes which allowed us to successfully investigate and prosecute Mr. Trower and send him to prison where he belongs,” said Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman.
 
The Richland Police Department investigated this case.  This case was prosecuted by Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman and Assistant Prosecuting Attorneys Ken Clayton and Matt Miller.
 
Please direct all questions to Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman.
 
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PRESS RELEASE
05/18/2018

LINDSAY DEBAULT SENTENCED TO 20 YEARS AND 10 YEARS FOR THE MURDER AND BURGLARY OF KEITH BRIDWELL

Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney announces that in Circuit Court today, Judge Beger sentenced Lindsay Debault of Rolla to twenty years in the Department of Corrections for the Murder of Keith Bridwell.  Mr. Bridwell was found shot to death in his home in the Big Piney area in August 2016. Judge Beger also sentenced her to ten years in the Department of Corrections for the charge of Burglary in the First Degree. 
 
The sentences are the result of her plea agreement to plead guilty to Murder in the Second Degree and Burglary in the First Degree and cooperate with the State and provide testimony in the prosecution of Michael Talley.  Mr. Talley was previously sentenced by Judge Beger to life imprisonment for his role in the murder. Mr. Talley and Ms. Debault were
 
“I want to commend the work of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department for their investigation into this matter, especially Detective Christian Butler, who was the lead investigator.  I also want to thank the Springfield Police Department who assisted with the apprehension and investigation of the two defendants. Finally, I want to thank the members of the Bridwell family for their patience and assistance throughout this process” said Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney. “This was truly a team effort to solve this murder and get those responsible in prison where they belong.”
 
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case with assistance by the Springfield Police Department.  The case was prosecuted by Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman.
 
Please direct all questions to Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney.
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PRESS RELEASE
04/23/18
26 Offenders Sentenced to the Department of Corrections
Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney announces that the following defendants were sentenced to terms of imprisonment in the Missouri Department of Corrections in Circuit Court action over the last two months.  Those offenders were:
 
  Tim Colwell of Crocker. The defendant pled guilty to Resisting Arrest.  Judge Beger sentenced him to two years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case. The Defendant was also on probation for Burglary in the First Degree. As a result of this new misconduct, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to ten years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Charles Huizar of St. Robert. The defendant pled guilty to Stalking in the First Degree and Property Damage in the First Degree.  Judge Hickle sentenced the defendant to 4 years on each count in the Department of Corrections.  The defendant was also on probation for Resisting Arrest.  As a result of this new misconduct, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department and the St. Robert Police Department investigated these cases.
   
  Scottie Pierce of Dixon. The defendant was on probation for Burglary in the First Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Amanda Powell of Laquey.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of her probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke her probation.  Judge Wiggins granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to five years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Justin Huey of Richland.  The defendant was on probation for Stealing.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Wiggins granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Deandre Beckless of Springfield. The defendant was on probation for Burglary in the Second Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Wiggins granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Emily Perry of Jerome.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of her probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke her probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Amber Santos of Dixon.  The defendant was on probation for Burglary in the Second Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of her probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke her probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Jamel Holt of St. Robert. The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance. After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Zane Howser of Waynesville. The defendant was on probation for Burglary in the Second Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Patty Orsborn of Dixon. The defendant was on probation for Hindering Prosecution.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of her probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke her probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Sylvanus Ballard of Dixon.  The defendant pled guilty to felony Driving While Revoked. Judge Long sentenced the defendant to two years in the Department of Corrections. The Missouri State Highway Patrol investigated this case.
   
  Walter Speelman of Waynesville. The defendant was on probation for Tampering in the First Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Headrick granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to two years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Jeremy Rector of Dixon. The defendant was on probation for two counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years on the first count and two years on the second count in the Department of Corrections.  The Crocker and Dixon Police Departments investigated these cases.
   
  Kevin Woodall of Oak Grove, Missouri. The defendant was on probation for Domestic Assault in the Second Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Wiggins granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Brian Lakey of Richland. The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Wiggins granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to three years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Hans Frye of St. Robert. The defendant was on probation for Making a Terroristic Threat.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Wiggins granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Jason Archer of Dixon.  The defendant pled guilty to Domestic Assault in the Second Degree.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to three years in the Department of Corrections. The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Corey Barlow of Waynesville. The defendant was on probation for Domestic Assault in the Second Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Daniel Reid of Richland. The defendant was on probation for Forgery.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Vince Caldwell of Laquey.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Wiggins granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Dixon Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Eric Nichols of Lebanon.  The defendant pled guilty to two counts of Domestic Assault in the Second Degree.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections on each count. The Richland Police Department investigated these cases.
   
  Joshua Houston of Waynesville.  The defendant pled guilty to Domestic Assault in the Second Degree.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to five years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Jericho Lewis of St. Robert. The defendant pled guilty to Resisting Arrest.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to two years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Jimmy Hein of St. Robert.  The defendant pled guilty to Resisting Arrest. Judge Hickle sentenced the defendant to two years in the Department of Corrections. The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Logan Atterberry of Dixon. The defendant pled guilty to Damage to Jail Property. Judge Hickle sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
 
 “I commend the efforts of law enforcement to hold these offenders accountable,” said Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman. “Their hard work allows my office to prosecute these criminals and put them in prison where they belong.”
 
These cases were prosecuted by Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman and Assistant Prosecuting Attorneys Ken Clayton, Donna Holden, Matt Miller and Corey Jenkins.
 
Please direct all questions to Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman.
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PRESS RELEASE
04/16/18
Crime Victims’ Rights Week Activities Raise Awareness and over
$600 for Crime Victim Service Organizations
April 7-14, 2018 was observed nationwide as Crime Victims’ Rights Week. This year’s theme was Expand the Circle, Reach all Victims.  The Pulaski County Prosecutor’s Office hosted two events during Crime Victims’ Rights Week last week to highlight issues faced by victims of crime and to raise funds to support local organizations supporting victims. 
 
The first event was the 7th Annual Crime Victims’ Rights Week lunch.  The event was co-hosted by the Prosecutor’s Office, Kids’ Harbor, Good Samaritan of the Ozarks, and the Pulaski County Rotary Club and was held at Hampton Inn in St. Robert.  Bo Hecktor, a victim advocate from Union, Missouri, shared the story of her journey from being a crime victim to now helping others cope with similar experiences. 
 
The second event was the 7th Annual Crime Victims’ Rights Week Benefit Golf Tournament at the St. Robert Municipal Golf Tournament hosted by Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman.  The purpose of this event was to have fun playing golf while raising money for organizations that serve victims of crime in Pulaski County.  In the past, funds have been distributed to Kids’ Harbor, Genesis House, and the Pulaski County Humane Society.  This year, the tournament raised over $600 for these organizations.
 
“Far too often, the criminal justice system focuses on the criminal and forgets about the victim.  The intent of these events is to both raise awareness of the issues victims of crime face and to help support some great organizations in Pulaski County that are assisting victims of crime every day,” said Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman.  “I want to thank everyone who came out to support these events and to our wonderful sponsors who helped us raise money to give to some great organizations helping crime victims right here in Pulaski County.”
 
This year’s sponsors were:
 
Smith and Turley Law Firm     
Mark Prugh, Attorney at Law 
Key Sport
Re-elect Judge Michael Headrick         
Fort Wood Hotels                   
Re-elect Brent Basset Pulaski County Clerk
David Lowe, Attorney at Law
Terri Mitchell, Pulaski County Collector
Sue Rapone, Pulaski County Treasurer
Virgie Mahan               
Jim and Marilyn Phillips                     
Rick Zweerink, Pulaski County Commissioner
City of St. Robert Golf Course
Carey Heitman, State Farm     
Elect Don Mayhew For State Representative
Daniel Whittle, Pulaski County Assessor
Elect Dave Ernest For Pulaski County Clerk
Re-elect Gene Newkirk, Pulaski County Presiding Commissioner                   
Lynn Sharp, Pulaski County Commissioner
Judge Colin Long       
Security Bank of Pulaski County
Elect Matt Miller For State Representative
Re-elect Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecutor   
Lone Oak Printing
Aesthetix Electric
                       
 
Please direct all questions to Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman.
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PRESS RELEASE
3/14/18
 
MICHAEL TALLEY SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON FOR
THE MURDER OF KEITH BRIDWELL
 Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney, announces that today in Circuit Court action Circuit Judge John Beger sentenced Michael Talley to life imprisonment on the charge of Murder in the Second Degree for his role in the killing of Keith Bridwell in Big Piney in August. 2016.  In addition, Judge Beger sentenced Mr. Talley to twenty years on the charge of Robbery in the First Degree.
 
Mr. Talley of Mountain Home, Arkansas, formerly from Dixon, Missouri, had pled guilty to the charges in November 2017.  Another co-defendant, Lindsey Debault, has also pled guilty to Murder in the Second Degree and Burglary in the First Degree.  Her sentencing is set for April 13, 2018.
 
“I want to commend the excellent police work by the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department that went into solving this crime which resulted in this life sentence,” said Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman. “Specifically I want to commend Detective Christian Butler who spent numerous hours investigating this case. I also want to recognize all of the deputies and detectives, as well as the Springfield Police Department, who worked to bring this murderer to justice. Finally I want to thank the Bridwell family for all of their cooperation and patience as this case progressed.”
 
This case was prosecuted by Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman.
 
Please direct all questions to Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney.
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PRESS RELEASE
3/9/18
Pulaski County Alternative Treatment Court Report
By Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman

            My office often releases reports on those who have been charged with crimes, as well as those defendants who receive a sentence to the Department of Corrections.  I often read comments questioning why defendants with convictions involving drug offenses receive sentences to the Department of Corrections and not treatment.  The answer is usually incarceration is not taken without exhausting numerous other options, including probation, treatment, and possibly Alternative Treatment Court.
 
            While we often focus on the folks who fail and ultimately end up with a prison sentence, there is a brighter side to the story.  Just this month, six defendants who were all addicted to heroin, methamphetamine, or other drugs graduated from the Drug Court Program.  Since 2010, Pulaski County has had a successful Drug Court that serves as a valuable alternative to incarceration and offers those with a serious addition problem hope.  In 2012, the Court was expanded to be called Alternative Treatment Court when a Veterans Treatment Court was added.
 
            Before we look at the statistics, who do these programs serve?  In order to be eligible for Drug Court, a person must be facing felony charges or be on probation for a felony offense and have a drug addiction problem.  Many times, the defendants who enter drug court have failed on a lesser form of probation and Drug Court is a last community treatment option before they go to the Department of Corrections.  Veterans Treatment Court is open to any veteran with an Honorable or General Discharge and is facing either a felony or misdemeanor offense and would benefit from treatment offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs.  Many of these veterans suffer from some form of addiction, either drug or alcohol, or suffer from the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress disorder and these conditions were a factor in their criminal conduct.
 
            Both programs offer an intensive probation, enhanced supervision, and at the beginning of the program, weekly court appearances.  The participants are subject to curfew checks, searches at any time, and random drug testing multiple times per week.  The participants also receive intensive treatment tailored to their situation either through a Treatment Court provider or the Veterans Administration provider.  The bottom line is the programs are not easy to complete, but if completed, the participant has earned their graduation through good behavior and staying drug and alcohol free.
 
            Since 2010, there has been 33 defendants who graduated from the Drug Court program.  These 33 participants, who successfully completed the program, earned 17,312 clean days while in the program, or days without use of drugs or alcohol.  In addition to getting these defendants off drugs, which is the underlying cause of many crimes, it also saves taxpayers significant money. The average cost of incarceration in Missouri is $22,187 per inmate.  If those 33 graduates had been sentenced to the minimum sentence of two years in the Department of Corrections instead of completing Drug Court, it would have cost the taxpayers of Missouri $1,464,342 in cost.  In comparison, Drug Curt costs approximately $7000 per year per participant.  Thus, the resulting savings is over $1 million dollars for these 33 defendants.
 
            21 defendants have graduated from the Veterans Treatment Court since 2012.  There are currently 8 participants in the Veterans Court program. Using average incarceration costs and minimum sentences, using Veterans Treatment Court versus incarceration results in a cost savings to the taxpayer of nearly half a million dollars.
 
            For these reasons, I, along with my office, fully support and participate in the Alternative Treatment Court.  These programs help people with addiction, prevent future crimes, save taxpayer money, and offer a valid alternative to incarceration.  If you know someone who is currently involved in the criminal justice system in Pulaski County and would benefit from Alternative Treatment Court, please contact my office at 573-774-4770.
 
            The Pulaski County Alternative Treatment Court was founded by and continues to be presided over by Judge Colin Long.  In addition to Judge Long, the other members of the Alternative Treatment Court team are Circuit Clerk Rachelle Beasley, Trackers Kandi Greer and Travis Shaffer, Court Administrator Rhonda Ledbetter, Treatment Provider Fred Utley, State Probation Officer Mechelle Rendell, OCCS Probation Officer Rachel Taylor, VA Representative Danielle Easter, and Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman.
 
Please direct all questions to Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney.
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PRESS RELEASE
02/13/18
26 Offenders Sentenced to the Department of Corrections
Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney announces that the following defendants were sentenced to terms of imprisonment in the Missouri Department of Corrections in Circuit Court action over the last two months.  Those offenders were:
 
  David Hicks of St. Robert.  The defendant was on probation for Burglary in the Second Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Issac Eastham of Richland.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Receiving Stolen Property, and Burglary in the Second Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections on each charge.  The Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department and the Richland Police Department investigated these cases.
   
  Jacquetta Richey of Crocker.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of her probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke her probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Cain Walton of St. Robert.  The defendant was on probation for Attempted Robbery in the Second Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Christopher Brown of Dixon. The defendant was on probation for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Amy Tyndall of Park Hills, MO.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of her probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke her probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Missouri State Highway Patrol investigated this case.
   
  Jeremy Wages of Dixon.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance. After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Jordan Hurst of Dixon.  The defendant was on probation for Assault in the Second Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to five years in the Department of Corrections.  The Dixon Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Carey Yacks of Osseo, MI.  The defendant pled guilty to Endangering the Welfare of a Child in the First Degree.  Judge Beger sentenced him to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Eric Green of Springfield. The defendant was on probation for Burglary in the First Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to ten years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Samuel Wester of Waynesville. The defendant was on probation for Assault in the Second Degree.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hicle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Barry Eggers of Newburg. The defendant pled guilty to Receiving Stolen Property.  Judge Beger sentenced him to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Timothy Vosylius of Richland.  The defendant pled guilty to Receiving Stolen Property, Resisting Arrest, and Assault in the Second Degree.  Judge Beger sentenced him to four years in the Department of Corrections on each count. The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department and the Missouri State Highway Patrol investigated these cases.
   
  Donald Bowling of Richland. The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Holly Hefner of Richland.  The defendant pled guilty to Endangering the Welfare of a Child in the First Degree.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to six years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Larry Kirkpatrick of Dixon.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Demon Culpepper of St. Louis.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to three years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Melissa Monell-Wright of Crocker.  The defendant pled guilty to Forgery.  Judge Hickle sentenced the defendant to two years in the Department of Corrections.  The Crocker Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Austin Gray of Richland.  The defendant was on probation for Possession of a Controlled Substance.  After failing to adhere to the terms and conditions of his probation, the Prosecutor’s Office filed a motion to revoke his probation.  Judge Hickle granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Richland Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Dakota Orsborn of Dixon.  The defendant pled guilty to Burglary in the Second Degree.  Judge Beger sentenced him to two years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Shawn Hogshooter of Dixon.  The defendant pled guilty to Burglary in the Second Degree.  Judge Hickle sentenced the defendant to three years in the Department of Corrections.  The Dixon Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Aaron Bahr of Dixon.  The defendant pled guilty to Stealing.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
   
  Brandon Veasman of Dixon.  The defendant pled guilty to felony Non-Support of a Child.  Judge Long sentenced him to two years in the Department of Corrections.  The Child Support Enforcement Agency investigated this case.
   
  Nathan Jarvis of Waynesville.  The defendant pled guilty to Domestic Assault in the Third Degree.  Judge Hickle sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
   
  Sean Skaggs of Dixon.  The defendant pled guilty to Stealing.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Missouri State Highway Patrol investigated this case.
   
  Brandon Veasman of Dixon.  The defendant pled guilty to felony Driving While Revoked as a prior and persistent offender.  Judge Long sentenced him to five years in the Department of Corrections.  The Dixon Police Department investigated this case.
   
 
 “My office continues to work with the law enforcement professionals throughout the County to make sure we hold criminals accountable for their conduct and send them to prison when appropriate,” said Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman. “We will continue those efforts into the future to keep Pulaski County a safe place to live.”
 
These cases were prosecuted by Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman and Assistant Prosecuting Attorneys Ken Clayton, Donna Holden, Matt Miller and Corey Jenkins.
 
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PRESS RELEASE
01/25/2018
GUILLERMO CASTRO SENTENCED TO 20 YEARS IN THE
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS FOR CHILD MOLESTATION
Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney announces that in Circuit Court this week, Judge Hickle sentenced Guillermo Jose Martinez Castro (DOB: 10/1982), of St. Robert, to twenty years in the Department of Corrections.  Mr. Castro pled guilty in November 2017 to one count of Child Molestation in the First Degree.
 
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department began an investigation into Mr. Castro’s conduct in July 2017 after allegations of molestation arose.  Mr. Castro was arrested shortly thereafter by members of the Sheriff’s Department.  Mr. Castro was on active duty in the United States Army at the time of the incident.  After coordination between the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department, Army Criminal Investigations Command (CID), the Fort Leonard Wood Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, the Pulaski County Prosecutor’s Office, and the victim’s family, it was agreed that the case would proceed in the Missouri state court system.
 
“I want to commend the work of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department for their investigation into this matter, especially Deputy Lynn Bays and Detective Nicole Cunningham.  I want to thank the victim and his/her family for all of their help and patience as the case proceeded. I also appreciate the assistance of Kids’ Harbor, Army CID, and the Fort Leonard Wood Office of the Staff Judge Advocate in this case,” said Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney. “This was truly a team effort to get a predator like this off the street and into prison where he belongs.”
 
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case with assistance by the US Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID).  The case was prosecuted by Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman and Assistant Prosecuting Attorneys Ken Clayton and Donna Holden.
 
Please direct all questions to Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney.
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