Sheriff Report 10.6.2016

During the week of Sept. 26 –Oct. 3, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office answered 129 Calls for Service, arrested and booked 24 into the Douglas County Jail.  There are 28 housed in the Douglas County Jail and one currently held out of county.

On Sept. 15 Tyler Saladin, 25, was remanded from court on a Grand Jury Indictment resulting from an October 2015 Missouri State Highway Patrol case.  Saladin is currently incarcerated in the Douglas County Jail on the following charges:

• Felony Class D leaving the scene of motor vehicle accident-injury, property damage or 2nd offense.

Saladin has a bond of $25,000 cash only with CPS bond supervision with drug and alcohol testing twice weekly.

On Monday, Sept. 19, the Howell County Sheriff’s Office arrested Clayton Lynn Wake, 38, Willow Springs, on a Douglas County warrant for three felony counts of burglary 2nd degree, two felony counts of receiving stolen property, and eight felony counts of tampering with a motor vehicle with a bond of $20,000 10% cash or surety. This warrant was the result of a burglary investigation in the eastern Douglas County area of E Highway. Wake posted bond in Howell County and was released with a future Douglas County court date.

An additional warrant for fail to obey judge’s order was issued for Clayton Lynn Wake on Sept. 27.  Wake was picked up by Mtn. Grove Police Department and transported to the Douglas County Jail.  Wake is currently incarcerated in the Douglas County Jail on this Capias warrant and no bond pending bond violation hearing.

On Sept. 30, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office received a call stating that Jenny Pettitt, 48, had been arrested in Howell County and would be transported to Mtn. Grove Police Department to meet a deputy for transport.  Pettitt was transported to the Douglas County Jail where she is currently incarcerated on the following charges:

• Fail to obey judge’s order on the original charge of felony possession of controlled substance (methamphetamine), misdemeanor possession of marijuana, and misdemeanor unlawful use of drug paraphernalia.

Pettitt is currently being held with no bond, with the condition of being released on her own recognizance into an inpatient treatment program upon verified bed date.

On Sunday, Oct. 2, Ronnie Collins, 47, of Willow Springs, turned himself in to the Howell County Sheriff’s Office on the Douglas County Warrant for:

• Two felony counts of burglary 2nd degree, one felony count of receiving stolen property, and eight felony counts of tampering with a motor vehicle.

Collins had a bond of $20,000 10% cash or surety in which he placed with a bondsman and was given a future Douglas County court date.  This warrant is also a result of the burglary investigation in the eastern Douglas County area of E Highway.

Sheriff Chris Degase