Police blotter 9/3/14

Columbia Police

Aug. 25: Ronald J. Taylor, 46, of St. Louis was arrested on an in-state
warrant on Admiral Parkway southbound at Carl Street.

Aug. 27: Mary E. Rabago, 19, and Blake L. McGowan, 19, both of Columbia,
were cited for unlawful consumption of alcohol at 50
School Street.

Aug. 29: Steve J. Fry, 41, of Waterloo, was arrested for possession of
cannabis, driving while license revoked, failure to signal and no
insurance at 301 Southport Drive.

Isaac A. Bowser, 26, of Maryland Heights, Mo., was arrested on
a Monroe County warrant at the police station.

Aug. 30: Nicholas A. Shrum, 31, of Waterloo, was arrested for assault,
resisting arrest and disorderly conduct at 641 Giffhorn Street.

Sept. 1: Kandace E. Pohrer, 24, of Fenton, Mo., was arrested for obstructing
a peace officer on I-255 northbound at milepost 7.

Illinois State Police

Sept. 2: The Columbia Fire Department responded at about 10:40 a.m.
to a tractor-trailer cab fully engulfed in flames on I-255 westbound
near the Jefferson Barracks Bridge. The Mehlville Fire Department
was dispatched from Missouri for mutual aid. No injuries were

Monroe County Sheriff

Aug. 28:Deputies responded shortly after 1:30 p.m. to a report of a single-
vehicle crash in the area of 1085 Centerville Road in Columbia.
A female driver apparently backed her car into a ditch in an
attempt to turn around due to a tree that was down across the
roadway. There were no injuries reported. The road district was
contacted to remove the tree from the roadway.

St. Clair County Sheriff

Aug. 29: Hecker first responders and Millstadt EMS were called to the
3900 area of Floraville Road in the early evening for a report of a
16-year-old female who fell off a horse. No other information was

Waterloo Police

Aug. 23: A Waterloo man is charged with aggravated assault following
an incident during the Waterloo Homecoming. Court information
states that Jefferson J. Koch, 45, of Waterloo, threatened someone
at the event, resulting in the charge.

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Corey Saathoff

Corey is the editor of the Republic-Times. He has worked at the newspaper since 2004, and currently resides in Columbia. He is also the principal singer-songwriter and plays guitar in St. Louis area country-rock band The Trophy Mules.
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