QULIN MAN IN CUSTODY FOR ALLEGEDLY POINTING A GUN AT A WOMAN DURING AN ARGUMENT
A Qulin man has been taken into custody following an incident where he allegedly pointed a gun at a woman.
According to Lieutenant Charlie Phelps with the Butler County Sheriff's Department, the incident occurred Tuesday night.
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The man was identified as 30 year old Adam Vaughn, of Qulin. No one was injured during the altercation.
AUTHORITIES SEARCHING FOR MISSING IRON COUNTY MAN
An Endangered Silver Advisory has been issued for an Iron County man who has been missing since Monday.
According to authorities, 77 year old Cecil Irvin Hedricks was last seen on Monday morning at a station in Viburnum.
Hedricks was in a Dodge pickup with a Missouri license plate of 9DV304.
Hedricks reportedly has a heart condition and seizures and also has recently suffered from memory loss and confusion.
Anyone with information on Hedricks whereabouts should contact the Iron County Sheriff’s Office at 573-546-7051.
HANNIBAL MAN ARRESTED ON SEXUAL ASSAULT WARRANT
A Hannibal man is in custody following his arrest in Stoddard County.
According to the Stoddard County Sheriff’s Department, 46 year old Michael Scott Campbell was recently arrested on a warrant for sexual assault.
His bond was set at $7,500 cash.
POPLAR BLUFF WOMAN ARRESTED ON METH CHARGE
A Poplar Bluff woman is facing a meth charge following her arrest Tuesday morning.
Deputy Chief Jeff Rolland with the Poplar Bluff Police Department tells KWOC News that an officer noticed 27 year old Bridgett McNail walking at the intersection of 6th and Poplar Street. The officer recognized McNail and knew she had a parole absconder warrant.
McNail was placed into custody and during a search of her purse, the officer found a glass pipe syringes, and a spoon with residue on it. The residue tested positive for the presence of methamphetamine.
McNail was processed for possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and the parole absconder warrant.
POPLAR BLUFF MAN ARRESTED ON MULTIPLE WARRANTS
A Poplar Bluff man was taken into custody Wednesday morning on multiple warrants.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 30 year old Glen Yandell was arrested shortly before 11 am in Butler County.
Yandell reportedly had a warrant out of Butler County for failure to appear on possession of a controlled substance, a warrant out of New Madrid County for a probation violation, and a warrant out of Poplar Bluff for failure to appear for assault.
TWO ARRESTED FOLLOWING SHOPLIFTING INCIDENT AT POPLAR BLUFF BUSINESS
Two women have been arrested in connection to a shoplifting incident at a Wal-Mart in Poplar Bluff.
According to police, Heather Andrews reportedly was putting a clearance tag on clothes that were not for sale and then purchased the item at the self check out with the incorrect tag.
Tiara Holloway was reportedly with Andrews and had concealed a pink sweater into her back pack and tried to leave the store.
Both women were arrested and processed into the Butler County Jail.
QUARTERBACK AND TENNIS STAR NAMED POPLAR BLUFF ATHLETES OF THE MONTH
Two Poplar Bluff High School Seniors have been chosen as September Athletes of the Month by the Poplar Bluff Mules Booster Club.
The club chose Mules Quarterback Tristen Francisco and tennis player Stephanie Hobbs for the award.
Francisco has a career record of 100 completions and 1,862 yards with 23 passing touchdowns. The four year letterman also has 66 rushes for 299 yards and three touchdowns. Francisco also has a 10.0 GPA.
Hobbs has a 10-5 record in singles and 5-10 in doubles for the current season, while maintaining a 10.738 GPA. Her coach, Charles Harper tells KWOC News that Hobbs is a role model for new and younger teammates, with a character that is above reproach.