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News : Grundy County Sheriff Arrests Four
Posted by Randy on 2014/1/23 4:46:23 (1769 reads) News by the same author

Four persons have been arrested on probation violation warrants issued by the Missouri division of probation and parole.
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Each is being held in custody on 15 thousand dollars cash bond pending their appearance February 13th in Division ONE of Grundy County Circuit Court.

39 year old Happy Sharp, who most recent address is listed as Liberty, has been accused of driving while his license was suspended and consuming intoxicants on January 18th. Sharp, a former Grundy county resident, was arrested by Clay County.

He's been on probation on charges of domestic assault and operating a vehicle while his license was suspended.

Three others have been accused of alleged failure to complete third circuit court supervisory programs. 34 year old Jeffrey Mathews of Spickard has been on probation for passing bad checks. 37 year old Angielee Byron of Trenton has been on probation for felony stealing. 27 year old Ashley Baker of Trenton has been on probation regarding charges of forgery.

The Grundy county sheriff's office also reports the arrest of 30 year old Jennifer Lynn Curtis of Trenton for alleged failure to appear in court and passing a bad check. Bonds total 14-hundred dollars pending her appearance January 28th in the associate division of circuit court.

She's accused of issuing a 680 dollar check on analleged non-existant bank account as well as alleged failure to secure a child under eight years old in a child restraint or booster seat while riding in a motor vehicle.

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