Deputies make 14 warrant arrests over 3-day period

Gasconade County Sheriff’s deputies arrested 14 people on outstanding warrants during the period from March 6-9.

The arrests were among 42 reports taken March 5-11 by members of the Gasconade County Sheriff’s Office for various calls for service, according to Sheriff John Romanus.

Four arrests were made on Tuesday, on March 6 including: 

• Joshua Barton, outstanding Gasconade County warrant. Barton was transported to the Crawford County Jail where is he being held on a $10,000 bond.

• Deputies, in coordination with members of the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group (LANEG), arrested Steven Vinson for an outstanding Gasconade County warrant. Vinson was transported to the Owensville Police Department for booking.  He was later released after posting a $7,500 bond.

• Deputies, in coordination with LANEG, arrested Chad Keeler on an outstanding Gasconade County warrant.  Keeler was transported to the Owensville Police Department for booking. He was released after posting a $10,000 bond.

• Deputies, in coordination with LANEG, arrested Christopher Goodwin and Philip Goodwin on outstanding Gasconade County warrants. Both were transported to Owensville Police Department for booking. Both were later released after posting $10,000 bonds each.

Five arrests were reported on Wdnesday, March 7, including:

• Deputies, in coordination with LANEG, arrested Kayla Lissner on an outstanding Gasconade County warrant.  Lissner was transported to the Crawford County jail where she is being held on a $10,000 bond.

• Deputies arrested Jeremiah Miguel Hotujac on an outstanding Gasconade County warrant alleging he made a terrorist threat and misuse of 911.  Hotujac was transported to the Crawford County Jail where he awaiting his court date.

• Deputies, in coordination with LANEG, arrested Brian Aytes for an outstanding Gasconade County warrant related to the offense of delivery of 35 grams or less of marijuana.  Aytes posted a $20,000 bond and was released with a court date.

• Deputies arrested James Sargent for outstanding Gasconade County warrants related to the alleged offense of driving while revoked/suspended. Sargent was transported to jail where he was being held on two $1,500 bonds.

• Deputies arrested Kristopher Hollandsworth for an outstanding Gasconade County warrant. Hollandsworth was transported to the Owensville Police Department for booking. Hollandsworth posted a $10,000 bond and was given a new court date. The charge against Hollandsworth was not listed.

On Thursday, March 8, deputies were ordered to take Rebecca Sue White and Trey Wesley Schlottog into custody by Judge I.I. “Ike” Lamke.  White was ordered to serve 120 days of shock time. Schlottog was sentenced to five years in the Department of Corrections.

Also on March 8, deputies arrested Christopher Padilla on an outstanding Gasconade County warrant related to the offense of operating a vehicle without a valid license. Padilla was booked and processed and released after posting a $150 cash bond. 

On March 9, deputies arrested Kelly Wallace on an outstanding Gasconade County warrant for alleged offense of possession of a controlled substance. Wallace was transported to the Bland Police Department for booking and released after posting a $7,500 bond.

On March 5, deputies received a report of fraudulent use of a credit/debit card. A woman reported someone had used her mother’s debit card illegally on Amazon in the amount of $708.

On March 10, deputies responded to a home in the 3300 block of Highway 19 for a report of fraudulent use of a credit/debit card device. A woman said she gave her daughter her debit card to use and her friend took the card and charged $500 worth of merchandise.