Randolph County Sheriff’s Office Calls for Service

Randolph County Sheriff’s Office: Week ending June 8, 2024

June 2:

A deputy investigated a dog bite report at a residence west of Moberly.

Deputies responded to Higbee after receiving a report of shots fired. The noise was found to be from fireworks.

Dispatcher notified deputies of an assault in progress in the northeast portion of the county. A 40-year-old Moberly resident was arrested for Armed Criminal Action, Assault – 1st Degree, and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm.

While patrolling Route J, a deputy found a 35-year-old Jacksonville area resident in a vehicle, stuck in a ditch. The Missouri State Highway Patrol assisted. The driver was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.

June 3:

A deputy investigated an assault at the jail.

A traffic stop was conducted with a motor vehicle driven by a 39-year-old Marshall resident for failing to drive within his lane. The driver was issued a citation for failing to have a driver’s license.

A 40-year-old Versailles resident was stopped on US-63 when a deputy observed he had expired vehicle registration. He was issued a citation for failing to register the vehicle.

Deputies began a child neglect case in the southern portion of the county.

A deputy stopped a 38-year-old Kirksville resident for displaying expired license plates. She was issued a citation for failing to register the motor vehicle annually.

A 44-year-old Moberly resident was stopped after his unregistered vehicle was observed driving in a ditch. He was arrested for DWI (felony), Operating a Vehicle Without a Valid License (felony), and issued citations for Failing to Drive on the Right Half of the Roadway, Failing to Maintain Financial Responsibility (insurance), and Possessing the Plates of Another Person.

June 4:

Deputies were dispatched to a Clark residence for a report of a domestic disturbance. The parties agreed to separate for the evening.

A 49-year-old Paris resident was stopped when a deputy noticed a violation with his vehicle registration. The driver admitted he had a suspended license and no vehicle insurance. An agency K9 alerted during a free air sniff around the vehicle. A search revealed the vehicle contained methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. The driver was arrested for drug charges and issued citations for traffic offenses.

An investigation was initiated after a Huntsville resident reported his debit card had been stolen.

A deputy was assisted a by a trooper at a residence in the county after receiving a dispatch of a suicidal person in the home. The person was transported to a hospital.

Deputies were dispatched to a Clark area residence for a report of a violation of an order of protection. The subject was arrested for Violation of an Adult Order of Protection and Assault – 3rd Degree.

A dog bite investigation that originated in Renick was conducted.

A deputy assisted Moberly Police Officers at a domestic disturbance. A 25-year-old Moberly resident was arrested for a domestic assault offense.

June 5:

A disturbance was reported to be occurring in a vehicle on Route A at Route BB. Deputies responded and conducted an investigation.

A deputy conducted a traffic stop with a 36-year-old Higbee resident after observing his vehicle speeding and departing his lane several times between Higbee and Moberly. Moberly Police assisted with the investigation and the driver was arrested for DWI. He was also issued a citation for not having a motorcycle endorsement.

June 6:

A deputy was asked to contact a Moberly area resident about concerns with their neighbor. No criminal activity was found to have been committed.

A traffic crash was reported on Route NN. A deputy responded and assisted other agencies.

A deputy responded to a call of a person requesting medical assistance in the Clark area. Upon their arrival, the caller refused the assistance of the deputy and ambulance personnel.

Another agency requested assistance east of Moberly with an investigation involving a juvenile.

June 7:

Deputies responded to Route DD after receiving a report of a disturbance. Deputies determined no crime occurred.

A deputy investigated a report of property damage west of Moberly. A suspect was identified and a probable cause statement was completed.

Department members assisted other agencies on Route B after being dispatched to a vehicle crash. The driver, a 32-year-old Clark resident, left the scene and was arrested for DWI.

June 8:

A deputy attempted to stop a 44-year-old Macon resident on US-63 north of Cairo for failing to drive in its lane. The vehicle was stopped in Moberly, The driver was issued citations for failing to yield to an emergency vehicle and the lane violation.

A deputy responded to Clifton Hill to a report of a dispute between neighbors over a dog. No laws were found to have been broken.

Dispatch requested a deputy contact a county resident who wanted to report that another person had delivered an obscene gesture when their vehicles passed on the roadway.

Deputies investigated a report of an assault that occurred north of Cairo. The allegation was unfounded.

The Sheriff’s Office conducted a total of 28 field contacts during the week.

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