Owensville police report felony warrant arrests in recent traffic stops

From Staff Reports
Posted 9/15/21

An early morning traffic stop by Owensville police on the city’s north side ended in the felony arrest of an alleged parole absconder.

Douglas Logan, 40, was a passenger in the vehicle which …

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Owensville police report felony warrant arrests in recent traffic stops

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An early morning traffic stop by Owensville police on the city’s north side ended in the felony arrest of an alleged parole absconder.

Douglas Logan, 40, was a passenger in the vehicle which was stopped. He was wanted on a no bond warrant from Jefferson City as a parole violator. He was also wanted on two Maries County warranta alleging failure to appear in court on drug trafficking and resisting arrest charges. Neither of those charges had bonds attached. He was transported to the Maries County jail in Vienna.

Owensville City Marshal Robert Rickerd also reports his department arrested Cherry Bliss, 28, Rosebud, on the morning of Sept. 1 on allegations of shoplifting from Breaktime. She was released on her own recognizance pending the filing of city charges.

On the afternoon of Sept. 2, Diana Clemons, 28, was arrested on allegations of assault and resisting arrest at Compass Health. Clemons was allegedly assaulting a family member who was present. Charges were issued through City Municipal Court. She was transported to Phelps County Hospital for medical treatment.

On Sept. 3, a male subject, identified as Devon S. Buddemeyer, 53, came to the Owensville Police Department and stated he had a Gasconade County warrant for DWI. Buddemeyer posted a $5,000 cash or surety bond and was released.

-On September 6, 2021, OPD responded to Walmart for a verbal domestic in the parking lot between a male and female. Both subjects were advised of a 12-hour rule of no contact; however, the male subject was cited for Peace Disturbance, Disorderly Conduct, Public Intoxication and Loitering and Boisterousness. Charges are pending through city court.

On the evening of Sept. 6, police responded to Walmart for an investigation and arrested Eugene Willard, 57, on  a felony Franklin County warrant alleging failure to appear in court which carried a $2,500 cash or surety bond. Sherry Miller, 48, was also arrested for a non-traffic violation which included a $300 cash-only bond from Franklin County. The two subjects were transported to the Gerald police station and released to a Franklin County Deputy for transport to jail. 

On Sept. 7, OPD responded to Stars and Stripes Car wash for illegal dumping investigation which will continue.

On Sept. 7 during the evening hours, OPD was responding to a peace disturbance at the 600 block of North Third. While in route, two female and two males left the area in two separate vehicles. One vehicle was stopped at the intersection of Red Oak and Walnut. A passenger, identified as of Zackery Cirincone, 30, had an active, no bond felony warrant alleging dangerous drugs from Montgomery County. He fled the scene on foot and was later arrested by Owensville officers. 

Charges are pending through state court for resisting arrest. The other two subjects involved with the prior peace disturbance were cited for peace disturbance and loitering and boisterousness.

On Sept. 9, a subject was stopped for a traffic violation. It was later determined the driver, Michael Hays,  39, was driving with a suspended license. Hays was cited for driving while suspended and released. Charges are pending through municipal court.

On Sept. 8, while investigating another incident, Owensville police recovered a 2001 Dodge Dakota pick-up on the south side of town near the lift station on South Cuba Street. The vehicle was stolen out of Gasconade County. The case was turned over to the Gasconade County Sheriff’s Office.

On Sept. 11, during the early morning hours, Owensville PD responded to the parking lot of Lakeside Book Company (formerly LSC Communications) for a report of a stolen catalytic convertor. Investigation is ongoing.

‘Prescription Take Back’  offer is Saturday at OPD

Owensville police will be conducting a Prescription Drug Take Back event on Saturday, Sept. 18, at their new headquarters on Highway 28 West. Rickerd said area residents should “ feel free to turn in all unused or expired prescription medication.”

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