Anderson County Sheriff’s Report


Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investiagated the following:


August 21 – J.A. Clark responded to the Burger King on Hwy. 153 in reference to a suspicious person. Upon arrival he made contact with Ezekiel Rogers, WM, 36, of Holt’s Summit Missouri. According to reports, Rogers was grossly intoxicated and was accosting customers asking for money. He was taken into custody and transported to ACDC.

August 22 – P.D. Marter responded to the 7-11 convenience store at 3600 Hwy. 153, where he and the store manager reviewed video tape showing a white female, 5’4″,medium build, with pink hair and a black male, 28-30 years old, 5’10″ enter the store and begin to distract the staff at the register. The male entered the beer cooler and stole several items. He went to the car and returned. The pair again distracted the staff and the key to the cigarette locker was attained by them. The male again stole a number of items by sticking them in his clothing. The two left with approximately $1400 worth of merchandise.


August 21 – K.D. Lollis was on patrol in the area of Orr St. and Hwy. 20 when he saw a car speeding. He initiated a traffic stop and discovered that the driver, Raina Chapman, WF, 18, 5’3″, 163 pounds was driving on a suspended license. She also informed him there was a firearm wedged between the driver’s seat and center console. She was arrested and transported to ACDC.

August 21 – J. Velez and K. Lollis were at the 7-11 convenience store at Highway 8 and Midway Road when they received a call about a female inside the store acting erratically. As Lollis approached the store, the subject was spotted leaving in a green Mustang. Velez pulled out behind her and she immediately turned into the Shell station at the intersection of Hwy. 8 and I-85. Velez initiated a stop and she identified herself as Misty White. That name proved to be false and she eventually provided her real name. Heather White, WF, 30, 5’8″, 180 pounds, of Liberty, was arrested for DUS, possession of stolen property, and possession of marijuana.

August 22 – A.L. Williams was dispatched to 101 Roosevelt Rd. where Krystal June reported that her aunt, Barbara Miller, BF, 70, had become angry with her and assaulted her, striking her in the mouth with a telephone. Miller, who denied the account, was taken into custody. On the way to ACDC, she began to experience trouble breathing and EMS was dispatched. She was subsequently treated and released from AnMed and taken to ACDC.


August 23 – C.T. Purdy received a telephone complaint from Brandon Cox, of 16 Prospect St. that someone had stolen two yellow kayaks from his residence. They were valued at $1400.

August 23 – J.A. Clark received a telephone complaint from Bryan Wright, the manager of the Fred’s store on Hwy. 20 that a black male had gone behind the counter while Wright was helping a customer pick out a cell phone, and had stolen cigarettes valued at $700.