Month: March 2016

CAMDENTON POLICE DEPARTMENT ACTIVITY REPORT

CAMDENTON POLICE DEPARTMENT ACTIVITY REPORT March 9, 2016 – March 15, 2016 Arrested / Charged Persons: 10 Domestic Violence Calls: 4 Burglaries: 1 Property Damage: 0 Motor Vehicle Crashes: 4 Juvenile Problems: 2 Assist Agency: 1 Stealing: 7 Peace Disturbance: 0 Assault: 4 Robbery: 0 Drive while Intoxicated: 1 Drug Violations: 0 Animal Complaints: 2 Business Checks: 989 Snyder, Bill M. – 67 year old w/m from Camdenton, MO arrested on Camden County warrant for Probation Violation on March 10th. Knight, Matthew D. – 30 year old b/m from Lebanon, MO charged with Stealing on March 11th. Cardenas, Cara...

Read More

MDC offers free paddlefish snagging clinic April 16

Warsaw, Mo. – Paddlefish are the giants of Missouri’s waters. Those who pursue them know they could catch a 70-pound fish or double that. But catchable they are, and the state’s March 15 – April 30 paddlefish snagging season is approaching. The Missouri Department of Conservation will offer a free Discover Nature Family Paddlefish Snagging Clinic on Saturday, April 16, at the Warsaw Community Building, 181 W. Harrison St. Participants will learn all about paddlefish and the tackle and methods for snagging paddlefish. The clinic will also include two hours of snagging on the upper end of Lake of...

Read More

AG Koster sues three businesses for Missouri’s No-Call and telemarketing violations

Jefferson City, Mo. – Attorney General Chris Koster today announced he has filed three lawsuits against companies for violating Missouri’s telemarketing and No-Call laws. Koster sued Lawn Pro Turf Maintenance and its owners for making tens of thousands of calls to Missouri consumers to sell lawn-care services. Callers claimed to be in the neighborhood and offered a discount on lawn-maintenance services. Several consumers told the caller they did not want to be contacted, but Lawn Pro telemarketers continued to call them. Koster also sued Delaware-based e-Degree Advisors and Nevada-based Courtesy Call. Telemarketers for eDegree Advisors called Missouri consumers on...

Read More

MDC: Asian carp confirmed in Black River below Clearwater Lake Dam

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) fisheries management biologists recently confirmed the presence of silver carp, one of three species of invasive Asian carp, in the Black River just below the Clearwater Lake Dam near Piedmont. “We knew Asian carp were numerous in the lower Black River near the confluence with the White River,” said Paul Cieslewicz, MDC fisheries management biologist. “This is the first we’ve seen or heard of them being near Clearwater Lake.” Silver carp are large bodied fish with small scales, a large head, and an upturned mouth. When compared to bighead carp,...

Read More