Howell County Sheriff’s Department

February 20
Brian Jacob Driver, 27, assault-third degree-special victim (two counts), resisting arrest- felony
February 21
Michael Caine Gutierrez, 36, fugitive from out of state-felony
Jamie Diane Judd, 42, burglary-second degree, failure to appear-misdemeanor, failure to appear-felony, fugitive from out of state-felony, theft of property
Heath Wesley Neitzel, 39, resisting arrest-felony
Cheryl Sue Youngs, 46, driving while revoked, failure to register vehicle, operate motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
February 23
Whitney Danielle Brashers, 36, child abduction (two counts)
Dalton Steven Wilson, 23, unlawful Possession of a firearm
Levi Gene Rand, 19, rape or attempted rape-first degree (two counts), sodomy or attempted sodomy-first degree (two counts)
February 24
Talisa Elaine Deshazo, 33, assault-second degree, probation violation
Brad Elliot Freiman, 37, court ordered commit
Derrick Thomas Zitter, 33, 24-hour hold pending charges
February 25
Larry Ray Pribble, 43, parole violation
Daniel Ray Wilson, Jr, 38, parole violation
Calls for Service
February 21
Deputy Dylan Webb responded to County Road 2770 for a report of property damage. The reporting party stated she arrived home to find her boyfriend with another woman and when he left, he damaged her vehicle with a long piece of lumber. An investigation is ongoing. 
Corporal Brian Jackson received a call of a domestic disturbance between two siblings at a residence located on County Road 2560. They advised the two parties on judicial remedies. 
Deputy Dylan Webb took a report of theft. An item purchased online did not arrive while online tracking stated otherwise.
Deputy Webb took a report of vehicle property damage from County Road 4210. 
February 22
Deputy Melanie Roam received a report of possible weapons offense at Junction Hill Schools. Investigation revealed no threat to schools or student.
Deputy Roam assisted with a report of identity theft.
February 23
Deputy Webb responded to County Road 8240 to assist Probation and Parole with an offender in possession of a firearm. 
Deputy Roam received a request for an agency assist with the Department of Social Services, Children’s Division. 
February 24
Deputy First Class Travis Weaver, responded to County Road 1740 for a report of burglary. The case will be forwarded to the Investigations Division.
Deputy Jordan Collins responded to E Sixth Street in Willow Springs to investigate a report of assault. The case and evidence will be forwarded to the Howell County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division for further investigation. 
February 26
Deputy Dakota Millard responded to County Road 3600 to meet with Children’s Division for a report of a sex offense. The case will be sent to the Howell County Investigations Division.
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