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McGinnis Captured!

McGinnis Captured!

Mar 19, 2016

Captured McGinnis 2James “Dylan” McGinnis was captured late last night by Christian County Detectives. The Detective’s investigation lead them to a location in Stone County, Mo. Christian County Deputies partnered with two Stone County Detectives and moved in on the location. McGinnis was identified and returned to the Christian a County Jail without incident.

Wanted

Wanted

Mar 16, 2016

James “Dylan” McGinnis was furloughed from Christian County Jail on Saturday March 12, 2016 at 0800 hours to attend a family member’s funeral and was to report back to jail at 2000 hours the same day. McGinnis failed to return. McGinnis is considered a person of interest in the Sparta PD burglary. Dial 911 if observed or if you have information leading to his location.McGinnis Vehicle

Burglary Suspects Wanted

Burglary Suspects Wanted

Mar 7, 2016

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The Christian County Sheriff’s Office would like information on two suspects. If you know the identity of the individuals pictured from surveillance cameras at a recent burglary, please notify your local law enforcement agency.

Road Spike Suspect – Wanted

Road Spike Suspect – Wanted

Feb 28, 2016

Ricky Lee Kessinger (56 Years Old) is wanted out of Christian County on a Warrant for Failure to Appear on the original charge of Assault 1st Degree. Kessinger is also wanted for questioning reference property damage, harassment and placing road spikes in roadway in Christian County. Kessinger is also a suspect in an assault that occurred in the parking lot of Nixa Hardware on January 18, 2016. Kessinger was last seen fleeing on foot from Nixa Hardware.

If you know Kessinger’s whereabouts, please notify a law enforcement agency near you.

 

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Saddlebrooke Substation

Saddlebrooke Substation

Feb 20, 2016

It was a beautiful day to hold an official grand opening at the Saddlebrooke new satellite office! Sheriff Cole cut the crime scene tape to open the facility in a proper way.

We were fortunate to meet numerous citizens, enjoyed great pastry treats and coffee, show children our patrol vehicle lights and siren, and more.  Thanks to the community of Saddlebrooke for this amazing welcome today!