Gustavo R. Jimenez, 20, was arrested Sept. 23 on a charge of driving while revoked/suspended when deputies conducted a traffic stop in the area of Highway 131 and U.S. Highway 50.

Multiple arrests were made Sept. 24 in connection to multiple reports of theft when deputies conducted a traffic stop at Highway PP and Southeast Highway 23 on a vehicle reported stolen by the Warrensburg Police Department. Samantha Richards was arrested on felony charges of five counts of stealing and a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. Deputies reported Richards had reported stolen property in her possession. Timothy Bowen was arrested on felony charges of two counts of stealing and charges of stealing and possession of drug paraphernalia. Kevin Payne was arrested on a felony charge of stealing and a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. Deputies stated Richards provided a written statement and was released pending formal charges. Bowen and Payne were placed on 24-hour holds until WPD could interview them before they would be released pending formal charges.

Quintavus M. Wilson, 24, Warrensburg, was arrested Sept. 24 on a failure to appear warrant with an original charge of driving while revoked/suspended. Bond was set at $300 with a court date of Oct. 17.

Sean P. Wilhite, 27, Knob Noster, was arrested Sept. 15 on a failure to appear warrant with an original charge of displaying plates of another vehicle. Bond was set at $150 with a court date of Oct. 17.

Cheyenne S. D. Smith, 22, Sedalia, was arrested Sept. 26 on three failure to appear warrants with original charges of driving while intoxicated, possession of marijuana and speeding. Total bond was set at $750 with a court date of Oct. 17.

Melinda C. Phegley, 44, Holden, was arrested Sept. 25 on three failure to appear warrants with original charges of display plates of another vehicle and two counts of failure to register vehicle. Total bond was set at $500 with a court date of Nov. 13.

Julius R. Fewell, 41, was arrested on a failure to appear warrant with original charges of two counts of violation of order of protection for adult. Bond was set at $500 with a court date of Oct. 18.

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