Howell County Sheriff’s Office

March 28
Don Diego Vega II, 36, statutory rape - second degree 
March 29
Daniel Steven Keller, 52, failure to appear-felony
Tylar Levi Wallace, 22, stealing - firearm/explosive weapon/ammonium nitrate (two counts)
March 30
Pavel Petrovich Kryshtal, 35, court commit
March 31
Lester David Hood, 28, writ
Tristan Evan VanWinkle, 31, 48-hour commit
Jason Eugene Thomas, 41, 48-hour commit
Jared Douglas Caston, 37, institutional vandalism – felony
April 1
Dalton Coy Houck, 29, burglary-second degree, post amendment 3 enactment, stealing-misdemeanor 
Emily Rae Elaine Collins, 19, failure to appear-misdemeanor, failure to appear-felony, passing bad check-felony, traffic offense
Daniel Ty Cooper, 25, domestic assault-second degree, domestic assault-third degree
Jesse Logan Anderson, 40, failure to appear-felony
Eric Vincent Letterman, 51, failure to appear-felony
April 2
Daniel Joseph Garza, 42, 24-hour hold
Joseph Jay Jure, Jr, 35, domestic assault-third degree
Calls for Service
March 28
Deputy John Thomas received a call regarding an abandoned UTV on County Road 3680, Mountain View. Gentlemen Jim’s Towing towed the vehicle.
Corporal Seth Smith received a call regarding an auto theft. The incident is under investigation.
Corporal Smith assisted an individual with a harassment report. 
Deputy Shaun Duggins took a report of stealing. This is an ongoing investigation.
March 29
Deputy Dakota Millard spoke with an individual who stated a known person logged into their Facebook account and retrieved private information and messages. The victim stated this resulted in losing their job. This case is under investigation at this time for the crime of harassment. 
Deputy D. Millard assisted West Plains Police Department in regard to a terrorist threat. 
Deputy D. Millard responded to Private Road 6350 for a report of a domestic incident. After speaking with both parties involved, one agreed to leave for the night.
March 30
Deputy Jordon Collins responded to a residence on State Route 101, Caulfield to investigate a report of a suicidal individual. They transported the individual to Ozarks healthcare. He contacted Children's Division and the minor children in the residence were taken into State custody. 
Deputy Duggins took a report of sexual harassment. This is an ongoing investigation. 
March 31
Deputy Devon Mendenhall received a call of property damage involving mailboxes damaged on County Road 6550 and County Road 6800. 
Corporal Matthew Roberts responded to County Road 3370, Mountain View, for a domestic disturbance. 
Deputy Jacob Hamby took a report from an individual stating they were assaulted by a subject while traveling on US Hwy 63. A report will be forwarded to the Howell County Prosecutor’s Office for possible charges.
April 1
Deputy First Class Travis Weaver responded to County Road 1120, West Plains, for the report of property damage at a church. He spoke with the reporting party observed an individual hitting the windows of the church with a hammer. Investigation discovered that a large rock also thrown through the front glass doors of the church causing extensive damage. The reporting party identified the suspect and DFC Weaver made an arrest without further incident. A report for charges of Institutional Vandalism - Felony D are being forwarded to the prosecuting attorney's office. 
Deputy Michael Pauly took a report of a stolen chain saw.
Deputy Jared Hummel responded to Salutes in reference to a missing person. He entered an individual as a missing person.
April 2
Deputy Talon Millard received a call of a possible trespassing and assault on County Road 6720 in Pottersville. Suspects were identified and charges filed through the Howell County Prosecutor's Office. 
Deputy Thomas responded to County Road 1060, Pomona, for a domestic incident. The parties involved were uncooperative and no charges will be file at this time.
While responding to a disturbance call on State Highway 142, Deputy Thomas struck a deer.  
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