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“The Sheriff’s View” (#40)
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“The Sheriff’s View” (#40)
I kicked off my week by revisiting some Dixon High School students regarding the Missouri Constitution Project. Five law enforcement officers from the Pulaski County area and I are mentoring five Dixon students that are part of the project’s law enforcement group. I mentioned the Constitution Project in a prior weekly article, which is a learning venture where high school students study various facets of the criminal justice system. Numerous other Dixon students are participating in the project and are working as different elements, such as mock Prosecutors, Media Reporters, Judges and Defense Attorneys. Each division has their own mentors, who are professionals in these fields from the Pulaski County area.
In less than two weeks these Dixon students will be representing your county in the Regional Missouri Constitution Project competition, in which a win will take them to the State finals in Jefferson City. The winners of the Constitution Project will be recipients of college scholarship funds, so these students are taking the competition very serious. Judge Rhonda Cortesini is coordinating Pulaski County’s endeavors and has high expectations from her Dixon team. Pulaski County law enforcement officials are glad to help with this endeavor, and are always eager to participate in activities with our young citizens in a continued effort to help with their positive transition to adulthood.
I failed to mention last week that fugitive David Cole Nash has been apprehended and is awaiting transfer from an adjoining county back to Pulaski. As you might recall, David Nash was the named suspect in an incident on September 02, where Pulaski County Deputy J. Becker was injured when dragged a distance by a vehicle driven by Nash. The assault occurred as suspect Nash attempted to elude Deputy Becker, while attempting to apprehend Nash for an outstanding arrest warrant.
Last week also brought some good news regarding financial assets that have been seized by the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department from illegal drug offenders. Federal authorities have advised this agency that thousands of dollars will soon be headed our way, as several Pulaski County asset forfeiture cases come to a close. With tight budgets and grant monies declining, these forfeiture funds will be put to good use. Federal laws allow law enforcement agencies to use seized assets for practically any law enforcement use (equipment & training), other than salaries. Even though forfeited assets become property of the seizing agency, government audits assure these funds are spent appropriately and according to Federal guidelines.
I have recently received multiple inquiries regarding the recent death of WWII Veteran James Dunham, and how the criminal case against King Graves II (and possibly others) will now proceed. The main question asked was about this possibly becoming a homicide case. The short answer is that the criminal investigation into the matter continues, and we are awaiting a report from the Medical Examiner (ME) which could take an additional three to four weeks. Once the ME’s report is in-hand, sheriff investigators will discuss the Dunham case with Prosecutor Kevin Hillman, who will make the final decision on how it will be prosecuted. So until the Medical Examiner’s findings are relayed to us, a decision on how this case will be prosecuted cannot be made.
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 Web-site at (, or on Facebook.
As always, stay safe and do something positive for your community.
Sheriff Ronald Long