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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..
    December 10, 2016, 05:10:27 AM
  • Lepard LLC: Not sure why didn't look, I may be shutting down these message boards..
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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..
    August 08, 2016, 07:46:34 AM
  • 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: A guy could get killed around here while waiting for backup!
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  • Lepard LLC: You are not alone..
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  • Valor7: I just hate it when I talk to myself!!!!
    July 08, 2016, 12:54:09 PM
  • 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.
    April 15, 2016, 06:36:14 PM
  • Valor7: sorry about the typos still working with just one arm in action
    April 13, 2016, 01:10:42 PM
  • 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.
    April 13, 2016, 01:08:35 PM
  • 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.
    March 01, 2016, 04:54:54 AM
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    January 18, 2016, 09:01:20 AM
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  • Valor7: Think so, mine is trying to work but it is now user and password protected and I dont know mine
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National Political Opinion / Re: Donald Trump
« Last post by shadylane on January 17, 2016, 02:28:35 AM »
His ideas are not unconstitutional and I've read the constitution.  I guess you can pick and choose.  Yes he does have radical ideas.. like freedom from racial interference by our leaders....just for starters.
Sorry for condensing your statement. But all men are created equal.
Every country were the racial or religious majority rules has problems with terrorism
That's why the founders of our country made the statement, even though it was several more generations before it started to become true.
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National Political Opinion / Re: Donald Trump
« Last post by Coyote on January 04, 2016, 02:18:47 PM »
He takes good care of his ex's and his children.  He pulled himself up out of financial problems, I don't know what last president was an "active" Christian.  I don't know why you would think he's not of high moral character.  I sure know alot of people around here who aren't...and they flaunt it.  His ideas are not unconstitutional and I've read the constitution.  I guess you can pick and choose.  Yes he does have radical ideas...just like most Americans who feel the same way, but have no voice.  He got to be the conservative leader because he wants what we want.  A safe country free of terrorists, a way to earn money and get ahead, and freedom from racial interference by our leaders....just for starters.
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Crafts and Home Decor / Simple Home Decoration Tips
« Last post by sarvesh1 on January 02, 2016, 11:47:16 AM »

We all really loves to keep our home neat and clean. We also want to look it better than anything. Here are some simple home decoration tips for you.

Pillow Covers
You can try for various decorative pillow covers to get attraction of your visitors. Decorate you r room, child's room with multi designer pillow covers.

Carpets
Use designer carpets to impress your guest at first step. These carpets not just enhance the look but also keep your floor neat and clean.

Table Mats and Table Cloth
Table cloth and table mats you can used to increase look of the dining table. Place appropriate colourful table cloth on your dining table and select table mats as per the requirement.

Wall Decor
You can place attractive wall decals to increase the beauty of your home. It's one of the best way of decorating your home. Also you can paint various designs too.

Artificial Flowers
Used some nice artificial flowers in the living area .

Quilts, Comforters
These are the essential things in this winter season. You can buy some quilts online for your family members as per their choice.

Hope it will helps you to Decorate your home.
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PRESS RELEASE
12/29/15
TIPS TO AVOID SCAMS AND CON-ARTISTS
DURING FLOOD RECOVERY
By: Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman
The recent flooding throughout Pulaski County has resulted in a tragic loss of life and property.  Because Pulaski County is a great place to live, the community has come together to help those affected to put their lives back together. It is times like these when we see the true spirit of our community.
Unfortunately, whenever disasters happen like the flooding here or the tornados in Joplin, the scammers and con-artists are likely to arrive to prey upon the same people who just had their lives turned upside down.  They arrived quickly in Joplin and I have no doubt that they will be here operating in Pulaski County.  Scammers and con-artists are warned that I will aggressively prosecute anyone who takes advantage of Pulaski County citizens impacted by the recent flooding.  However, the best thing that could happen is for residents to be proactive so that no one falls for these scams.  For that reason, I am offering some tips to try and avoid these scammers and con-artists before you become their victim.
Some common types of scammers and con-artists that arrive after a natural disaster are identity thieves, charity fraudsters, and contractor scammers.  Here are some steps to avoid these predators:
IDENTITY THEFT
Identity thieves many times operate in an area that was recently impacted by a natural disaster and pose as a government official or as someone from a charity that is trying to help.  It is also not unheard of for these thieves to go through the trash that has been set out for disposal. Here are some steps to prevent these thieves from getting your information:
-Shred Documents with Personal Information: If you are disposing of records that were destroyed by the flood water, ensure that you shred any records that have personal information on them like your name, social security number, date of birth, bank account numbers, passwords, etc.
-Do Not Give Out Your Social Security Number: Make sure that you know who you are dealing with.  Unless you initiate the contact or you are sure of whom you are dealing with, do not give personal information to a stranger.  A legitimate source will be happy to wait for you to verify their identity.  If you have any doubt, contact the police, sheriff, city officials or my office to verify that who you are dealing is a legitimate official.
-Check your Credit Report: It is always a good idea to check your credit report to ensure that no unauthorized accounts have been opened in your name.  If you think someone may have obtained your information, you should check more often.  You can obtain a free credit report from the Federal Trade Commission at www.annualcreditreport.com
-Notify Your Bank and Credit Card Companies: If you think someone may have obtained your personal information, notify your bank and credit card companies.  You can also contact the credit reporting bureaus and place a fraud alert on your credit report.
-Stop your Mail: If you have been displaced, make sure to notify the post office to stop your mail and have it forwarded to a safe location.
CHARITY FRAUD
Many local and national charities have already stepped forward to help.  Unfortunately, there will be criminals who use the disaster as a chance to steal from you or charities rather than raise funds to help others.  Here are some tips to make sure your donation goes to help instead of into the pocket of a thief:
-Identify the Charity: Many fake charities will have nice sounding names.  Make sure you know the charity you are giving money to.  If you have a question as to whether it is a legitimate charity, wait and ask others.
-Do Not Be Pressured: Legitimate charities do not pressure you to give.  If a caller tries to play on your sympathy by identifying the organization with the flooding, be careful.  Be cautious about allowing solicitors into your home. If you are unsure the organization is legitimate, check into the organization before you commit to donating.
-Avoid Cash Donations: Make sure the check is payable to a legitimate charitable organization and not to an individual.
CONTRACTOR FRAUD
Be on the lookout for contractors known as storm chasers.  These are companies that arrive in the area shortly after a natural disaster, like the flooding we have experienced.  The representatives from these companies will often go door to door in storm damaged areas posing as recovery experts or contractors specializing in flood repair.
These companies will often pressure a homeowner into signing a contract allowing the company to negotiate with the homeowners’ insurance carrier.  They will sometimes use high pressure sales tactics, ask for a cash deposit, be from out of the area, have no references, and have no proof of insurance.  The elderly and disabled are especially vulnerable to these predators because they may not have the ability to assess the damage themselves.
Here are some tips to try and avoid these storm chasers and make sure your repairs are done properly:
-Contact your Insurance Carrier Immediately: Some insurance carriers require that you only use contractors approved by the carrier.  Many times, they will also have a list of contractors they approve of and will guarantee the repairs if you use an approved contractor.
*       -Use Reliable, Licensed and Insured Contractors and Get Multiple Written Estimates: Be sure to obtain at least two written estimates for the job and read the contract fine print. Compare the services and prices of several reputable contractors before making a final decision. Do not be afraid to ask others if you do not understand everything in the contract. Hire local contractors, if possible. Look at the license plates and if they are not Missouri plates, this should be a red flag.
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*       -Check References and Complaints: Contractors should be willing to provide the names of previous customers. Call some former customers who had similar work done to make sure they were satisfied with the job. Also, you should check with the Better Business Bureau, the Missouri Attorney General, and the Waynesville Building Inspector to see if there have been prior complaints made against a particular contractor.
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*       -Ask for Proof of Insurance: Make sure the contractor carries general liability insurance and workers' compensation. If the contractor is not insured, the homeowner may be liable for accidents that occur on the property or to the house/building.
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*       -Insist on a written contract: A complete contract should clearly state all the tasks to be performed, all associated costs and the payment schedule. Never sign a blank contract or one with blank spaces. Make sure the contract clearly states who will apply for the necessary permits or licenses. Have a lawyer review the contract if substantial costs are involved and keep a copy for your records.
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*       -Get any guarantees in writing: Any guarantees made by the contractor should be written into the contract. The guarantee should clearly state what is guaranteed, who is responsible for the guarantee and how long the guarantee is valid.
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*       -Have work inspected: If excavation work is being performed (e.g., sewers or basement walls) make sure a qualified inspector examines the work before it is hidden from view to avoid similar problems in the future. If you live within the city limits, an inspection by the city building official may be required for all work.
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*       -Make final payments when the work is completed: Do not sign completion papers or make the final payment until the work is completed to your satisfaction. A reputable contractor will not threaten you or pressure you to sign if the job is not finished properly.
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*       -Pay by check or credit card: Avoid on-the-spot cash payments. Only write a check to the contracting company. A better idea is to use a credit card, because you have a chance to dispute a charge afterwards if a problem arises. A reasonable down payment is 30 percent of the total cost of the project, to be paid upon initial delivery of materials. Federal law gives consumers a three-day "cooling off" period for unsolicited door-to door sales of more than $25.
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*       -Cancel the contract if necessary: Canceling a contract should be done within three business days of signing. Be sure to follow the procedures for cancellation that are set out in the contract. Send the notification by registered mail with a return receipt to be signed by the contractor.
If you suspect that you are the victim of a scammer, or suspect that you have been targeted by a scammer, please contact my office or a local law enforcement official immediately.  We all stand ready to protect the victims of this natural disaster from becoming the victim of a human disaster in the form of a scammer or con-artist.  Here are some helpful numbers and websites for your information:
            Pulaski County Prosecutor’s Office:              573-774-4770
            Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department:            573-774-6196
            Waynesville Police Department:                     573-774-2414
            Waynesville City Hall:                                    573-774-6171
            Waynesville Building Department:                 573-774-6009
St. Robert Police Department:                        573-451-2000 Ext. 1
St. Robert City Hall:                                       573-451-2000
            Missouri Attorney General:                            www.ago.mo.gov
            Missouri Attorney General Fraud Hotline:     1-800-392-8222
            Better Business Bureau:                                  www.bbb.org
*If you feel threatened at any time, call 911 immediately!
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National Political Opinion / Donald Trump
« Last post by shadylane on December 29, 2015, 02:37:23 AM »
Donald Trump is the leading conservative candidate.
He's been divorced and bankrupt several times.
Isn't an active Christian, nor of high moral character.
He is a reality show drama queen, with raditical and unconstitutional ideas
How did he get to be the conservative leader?
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Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: “The Sheriff’s View” (#137)
« Last post by TheKnock on December 23, 2015, 01:08:53 PM »
“The Sheriff’s View” (#137)

For those of you looking for the “new or unusual” as we report in some of these articles, this week may seem a little mundane for readers seeking something exciting. Not that newsworthy incidents did not occur in this County last week but I try to avoid being redundant regarding drugs and crime.

In some ways were are fortunate that no major incidents have occurred recently, due to the lack of manpower this agency has been dealing with over the past two months. Your Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department has been four patrolmen short lately, if you want to learn about Phen375 then click here to read more about it with three being out with surgeries. Two of these resulted from on-the-job injuries and the third was an off-duty accident. One of the on-duty injuries occurred during a dog attack on the deputy and the second happened during a foot chase.

This agency also recently lost a deputy who took a job with another law enforcement agency. This is expected on occasion due to deputies finding jobs at larger and/or higher paying departments. Even though the deputy who left was immediately replaced, we are confronted with a 3-5 month field training period before the new road deputy can be released to work solo.

This week it is expected that all three of the injured deputies will return to work, along with the new deputy being released from training. With a department that is very understaffed anyway, when four deputies are out, it makes a huge impact on the workload and response times to people needing law enforcement assistance. So needless to say, we welcome the return of a full staff this week.

Once again Cow Days returned to Dixon this past weekend, which resulted in a large draw of people from Pulaski and neighboring counties. Hopefully many of you had the opportunity to stop by and visit your deputies at the Sheriff’s Department booth, or those on foot patrol during the event. As usual, I enjoyed visiting with some of you while I was out there on Saturday.

I have been asked by numerous individuals recently about when we might start up the Town Hall meetings again. I am hoping for the next one to be around the end of October, or a few weeks afterwards. I really value the opinion and concerns of Pulaski County residents and these Town Hall meetings supply the prefect venue for us to visit. I should be announcing the next date and location in a few weeks.

This concludes another week’s summary as your Pulaski County sheriff, and I hope to see you here again next week. For more information about the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department and other related items of interest, please visit our website.

As always, stay safe and do something positive for your community.
 Sheriff Ronald Long

Anyone know when the next town hall meeting will be?
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PRESS RELEASE
12/14/15
TWENTY FIVE OFFENDERS SENTENCED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS IN CIRCUIT COURT ACTION
Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney announces that twenty-five offenders were sentenced to terms of imprisonment in the Missouri Department of Corrections over the last two months of Circuit Court action.  The twenty-five offenders are:
 
 
  • David Ridenhower of Rolla.  The defendant pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance.  Judge Hickle sentenced him to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
  • David Davis of Umatilla, Florida.  The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to 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 five years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
  • Jase Warner of Richland. The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to Stealing and Tampering with a Motor Vehicle.  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 on each count.  The Crocker Police Department and Dixon Police Department investigated these case.
  • Randy Haggard of Waynesville.  The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to Unlawful Use of a Weapon.  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.
  • Michael Bahr of Dixon.  The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance and Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute.  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 five years in the Department of Corrections on each count.  The Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group investigated this case.
  • Cherie Kelley of Crocker. The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to 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 Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to five years in the Department of Corrections.  The Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group investigated this case.
  • Brandon Dillard of Dixon.  The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to 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 Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
  • Dakota Orsborn of Dixon.  The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to Receiving Stolen Property.  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 three years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
  • Bill Bennett of St. Robert.  The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to Receiving Stolen Property.  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.
  • Elizabeth Woody of Waynesville.  The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute. The defendant also pled guilty to a new offense of Burglary in the Second Degree. As a result of her 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 ten years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.  Judge Hickle sentenced her to four years in the Department of Corrections on the new case.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
  • Billy Joe Robinson of Waynesville.  The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to Domestic Assault in the Second Degree and Endangering the Welfare of a Child 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 seven years in the Department of Corrections on each count.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
  • Rebecca Lane of Crocker.  The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to 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 Beger granted the motion and sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Crocker Police Department investigated this case.
  • Appearing Silliman of Dixon.  The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to 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 three years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
  • Jonathon Radosevich of St. Robert.  The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to Tampering with a Motor Vehicle.  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.
  • Ashley Suggett of Jefferson City.  The defendant pled guilty to Resisting Arrest.  Judge Hickle sentenced her to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department and the Crocker Police Department investigated this case.
  • Marcus Richey of Devil’s Elbow.  The defendant pled guilty to Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Attempted Robbery in the Second Degree and Burglary in the First Degree.  Judge Hickle sentenced the defendant to four, seven, and ten years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department and St. Robert Police Department investigated these cases.
  • Daniel Butler of St. Robert.  The defendant was on probation after previously pleading guilty to 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 St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
  • Megan Hasse of Lebanon.  The defendant pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance.  Judge Hickle sentenced her to three years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
  • Bobby Bell of Crocker.  The defendant pled guilty to Receiving Stolen Property.  Judge Beger sentenced him to three years in the Department of Corrections.  The Crocker Police Department investigated this case.
  • Jason Rickerson of St. Robert.  The defendant pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Ronbert Police Department investigated this case.
  • Brian Simmons of St. Robert.  The defendant pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance.  Judge Hickle sentenced him to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The St. Robert Police Department investigated this case.
  • Robert Fiatte of Crocker.  The defendant pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance.  Judge Hickle sentenced him to three years in the Department of Corrections.  The Crocker Police Department investigated this case.
  • Amanda Hayes of Dixon.  The defendant pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute.  Judge Hickle sentenced her to ten years in the Department of Corrections.  The Waynesville Police Department investigated this case.
  • Douglas Eubanks of Richland.  The defendant pled guilty to Felony Driving While Intoxicated.  Judge Hickle sentenced the defendant to seven years in the Department of Corrections.  The Richland Police Department investigated this case.
  • Lucas Slawson of Dixon.  The defendant pled guilty to Failing to Register as a Sex Offender.  Judge Beger sentenced the defendant to four years in the Department of Corrections.  The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department investigated this case.
 
“Drugs continue to be a real scourge in America and here in Pulaski County,” said Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney.  “Almost every defendant sentenced in the last two months committed either an offense directly tied to drugs, or an offense because they sought money to buy drugs.  Stealing, tampering, receiving stolen property and burglary are all crimes committed because of the desperation of addicts seeking drugs.  Drug crimes have plenty of victims, from the person whose house was broken into to the addict themselves.  I commend law enforcement for their continued vigilance and hard work to keep Pulaski County a safe place to live.”


These cases were prosecuted by Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Hillman and Assistant Prosecuting Attorneys Ken Clayton, Dean Matthews, and Katie Croker.
 
Please direct all questions to Kevin Hillman, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney.
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