Howell County Sheriff’s Office

February 29
Maikol Alfonso, 25, forgery
Brandon Lee Stokes, 23, assault - second degree - special victim, burglary - second degree, disarming a peace officer or correctional officer while performing official duty, domestic assault - second degree (two counts) domestic assault - third degree, endanger welfare of child - create substantial risk - no sex conduct, kidnapping - facilitating a felony - inflicting injury - terrorizing - first degree, resisting/interfering with arrest for a felony 
Darrell Leo Mohesky, 42, book and release
March 1
Sabrina Mae Denker, 33, driving while suspended or revoked
Duke Wayne Tuttle, 41, 12-hour hold
Tristan Evan Vanwinkle, 32, 48-hour commit
Ryan Christopher Herrold, 41, burglary – second degree
Joshua Lucas Bolin, 33, assault - third degree - special victim (four counts)
March 2
Sheldon Lee Stokes, 30, 72-hour commit
Hayden Levi Hilleman, 22, 24-hour hold pending charges
March 3
Courtney Perkins, 22, failure to appear – misdemeanor
Ethan Bishop, 21, probation violation
Burl Gene Bishop, 45, operate while revoked
Sylvia Lynn Owens, 40, failure to appear – felony
Bobbie Sue Carroll, 39, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia
James Wesley Duvall, 63, 24-hour hold
Angela Marie Corp, 46, driving while suspended or revoked
Tracy Marie Grogan, 36, 24-hour hold
Paul James Storms, Jr, 53, probation violation
Calls for Service
March 1
Deputy Jacob Hamby received a call for an individual trespassing at a residence located at County Road 7320, Caulfield. He arrested the subject and transported then to Ozarks Health Care for 96-hour mental evaluation. 
Corporal Travis Weaver struck a deer in the area of State Route K in Pottersville. 
March 2
Deputy Robert Malone responded to County Road 7770 in Pottersville for a call involving CPR in progress. 
March 3
Deputy Brandon Meacham conducted a traffic stop on U.S. Highway 63. A probable cause affidavit will be sent to the Howell County Prosecutors Office for stealing and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. 
Corporal Nicholas Bruno took a report of a court order violation regarding child custody. All parties were advised of their judicial remedies. 
Deputy First Class Jared Hummel responded to U.S. Highway 63 for a report of a wrong-way driver. He conducted a traffic stop and gave the elderly driver a courtesy transport to Ozarks Healthcare. 
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