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Pictured left- New Haven School District Homeless Program Coordinator, Julie Conner, accepting a check in the amount of $1300 from Ruth Peirick, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 366 Vice President. The $1300 presented are the proceeds from the Auxiliary’s pie/ rummage sale held August 3rd and 4th.
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office Will participate in the state wide Crack Down on Child Restraint Violations
Missouri Law requires all children under the age of eight to be in an appropriate child safety seat or booster seat unless they are 80lbs or 4'9" tall.
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office announced today they are joining with law enforcement September 23-29 for the annual Child Passenger Safety Week Law Enforcement Campaign to crack down on Missouri's child safety seat law violators and to reduce highway fatalities and injuries to children.
Car crashes are the number one killer of kids. Booster seat use reduces the risk of serious injury by 45% for children aged 4-8 years when compared with seat belt use alone. Is your child safe?
Sgt. Weggemann with the Sheriff's Office Traffic Safety Unit said regular child safety seat and safety belt use is the single most effective way to protect people and reduce fatalities in motor vehicle crashes.
For more information, visit www.saveMOlives.com.
Sgt. Jason Weggemann
Franklin County Sheriff's Office
Special Operations Unit.
By: Mikayla Maloney
The Marching Shamrocks kicked off their season with the Preview Parade on Friday, September 14. At 3:45 P.M., the members of the band went to the high school band room to put on their uniforms and grab their instruments. The Shamrocks then rushed over to the New Haven Lumber parking lot around 4:15 P.M. When the whole marching band arrived, different sections of the band got their picture taken by Mrs. Borcherding.
At 5 P.M., the drum major, Grace Allgaier, tweeted the whistle, grabbing the attention of the band members to get situated and lined up accurately. After the band was ready, they warmed up with their two scales, then tweet tweet tweet! The band marched off!
The route of the Preview Parade started at the New Haven Lumber parking lot, and then the band turned left onto Circle Drive. After that, the band turned right onto Maupin Street, then stylishly turned left onto Emmons Street. After a right onto Douglas Street and a right onto Highway 100, the band was finally onto Park Drive, marching back to the high school.
Before the parade, drum major Grace Allgaier shared, “I'm very excited about the Preview Parade, but I'm also very nervous for it. I'm nervous because we still have a lot to work on even though we have been improving.”
Chloe Lueckenhoff, sousaphone player, stated, “I was super excited for our first parade! I could not wait to play ‘You Keep Me Hanging On’ for our community for the first time. I feel like we did well, but we will still need to fix a few things.”
Ryanne McDaris, trumpet player, said, “I was nervous and excited for the Preview Parade because it was my very first march, and I didn't want to mess up, but I think it was a lot of fun.”
“I was excited [for the parade] because we got to show the town a little bit of what we have been working on for the past weeks,” exclaims Shamrockette Natalie Buchheit.
The Marching Shamrocks performed well at the Preview Parade! The community came out to watch and cheer on the band. The band is psyched for their other competitions!
"Route 66 Through Missouri" will be presented at Scenic Regional Library's New Haven branch Thursday, October 4, at 6 pm. Adult Outreach Coordinator, Lauri Osseck, will take the audience on a pictorial tour of the Mother Road as it winds through the state. Stops along the way include the haunted Diamonds Restaurant in Grays Summit, Ted Drewes Ice Cream in St. Louis, and Red Oak II village in Carthage. Osseck's stories and facts, capped off with her rendition of "Get Your Kicks on Route 66," will jump start your own fall road trip on one of Missouri's most iconic byways. Register by calling the library at 573-237-2189 or go online with a computer at https://scenicregional.org/events/event/route-66-through-missouri-new-haven/?dte=2018-10-4&id=undefined.
By: Grace Allgaier
The first FBLA meeting of the year took place on Wednesday, September 12th. FBLA-- meaning Future Business Leaders of America-- is a club for students focused on learning about the business world.
Mrs. Anderson, the sponsor for FBLA, has been running the club for three years. The club meets every second Wednesday of the month. At the end of the year, the members have a chance to do competitions and tests.
When asked about the categories of tests and competitions, Mrs. Anderson said, “There are approximately 70 different tests and competition categories that students are able to participate in. These events range from individual to team events, role play/performance events, written tests, interviews, and performance events with a written test. As far as the actual events, several that we typically have students participate in include: Accounting, Agribusiness, Business Calculations, Electronic Career Portfolio, Graphic Design, Hospitality Management, Impromptu Speaking, Job Interview, Personal Finance, Social Media Campaign, Sports & Entertainment Management, and Website Design. They do a great job of including a large array of events that cover a variety of occupations and skills.”
Fifty-eight students have already signed up for this club, most of which have already participated in it in previous years. First-time joiners hope to further their education and learn how to run a business.
There are many things you can participate in if you join this club; for instance, you can do community service, which includes helping at the balloon festival and drive-by raking.
When asked his opinion over FBLA, Joseph Rethemeyer, an active member, said, “FBLA is good for the community and teaches you a lot about business etiquette.”
Other students who have participated in FBLA before say that it’s a great club to get involved in and that it helps you work on your public speaking skills.
When asked about the tests you can take in FBLA, most students said that they were very challenging.
Lexi Oetterer, a senior who has taken one of the tests before, said, “I studied as much as I could with the test packets that Mrs. Anderson provided, but it was still really difficult.”
Students who have participated in FBLA before said that they have enjoyed doing the competitions. Many of them recommended participating in them.
Lydia Otten, junior, who has participated in a competition for Intro to Business, strongly urges new members to compete as well.
Good luck on the upcoming year, FBLA members!
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By: Destiny Lafferty
What is Four Rivers? For those who don’t know, Four Rivers is the career center in Washington, Missouri. There are several different classes that you can take at Four Rivers. Some of these classes are Information Technology, Machine Tool, Automotive Repair, and many more.
Many others and I go to Four Rivers. I sent out a survey to the students that are from New Haven to get their thoughts about Four Rivers.
According to Brandon Young, a junior who is enrolled in Auto Tech, he likes everything about going to Four Rivers. He is hoping to get better at fixing things while going to Auto Tech.
Cody Groner is a senior that attends Building Trades. When I asked Cody what his favorite part of Four Rivers was, his answer was, “Being able to work hands-on in a field that I’m going to be going into.” According to Cody, he wanted to attend Four Rivers because he gets to meet good people as well as working hands-on. Cody hopes that he can get an advantage in the trade that he wants to go into.
Sierra Elliott, senior, attends Graphic Communications. When I asked Sierra what her favorite part of going to Four Rivers was, her answer was, “Being treated like an adult.” Serria is hoping to get skills that she doesn't get in normal high school classes. Sierra wanted to attend Four Rivers because she gets to do hands-on work and it gave her a break from sitting in a desk for the day.
I also took the survey as well. I am a junior at New Haven High School and I take Information Technology. My favorite part of going to Info Tech is that I get to learn about fixing computers, as well as making new friends. I wanted to go to Four Rivers because I wanted to be able to work hands-on with computers. I hope that I will get to continue to learn and fix computers.
These are only a few opinions on Four Rivers. You could talk to someone else and they would have a different view on Four Rivers. They would like it for different reasons, like being able to leave our normal schools for half a day. Others could like going to Four Rivers because they wanted to meet new people while learning about a trade.
If you’re interested in attending Four Rivers next year, talk to Mr. Peirick or ask current students about their experiences.
By: Angela Kuhlmann
The past month has been an excitement for the counties near Owensville. The Belle Demolition Challenge has been underway with extraordinary results. Not only has the derby been having more than one hundred people in attendance, but will also be televised for the History Channel.
The Belle Demolition Challenge consists of two groups, the Outsiders and the Belle Boys. The Outsiders, an up-and-coming group, challenged the Belle Boys, a well-known organization recognized for their success in demolition derbies. The Outsiders have challenged the local celebrity organization to six tournaments, two that are already concluded. The Outsiders have fallen to the Belle Boys twice, and they’re hoping to make a comeback.
“This is the coolest and most exciting thing I’ve seen all summer,” say one of the younger people in attendance.
“Watching my sister participate in a collision course brought back memories of my youth attending demolition derbies,” says one of the attendees. “The smell of exhaust and the crunch of metal creates lifelong memories that can be shared with the next generation.”
The dates of the tournaments are September 22nd, October 6th, and October 20th; the makeup date for September 8th is to be announced. The name of the TV show is Heavy Hitters, and it will air sometime in the spring of 2019.
You can attend the derby at the Gasconade County Fairgrounds.
By: Diana Ribera
On September 6th, the New Haven High School students and teachers walked up to the New Haven Swimming Pool in the morning so they could do their yearly swimming intramurals. Each grade competed for spirit points in order to win the pizza and ice cream party that the winners get at the end of the school year.
Students were asked if they performed in any events, and sophomore Hannah Rethemeyer said, “Yes, I was in the freestyle, butterfly, and freestyle relay.”
Senior Julia Unnerstall said, “Nope, I was chillaxing on the sidelines.”
They were asked how they felt while swimming, and Hannah Rethemeyer said, “In the butterfly I felt great! But in the freestyle I felt like I was going to throw up, because I took so much water in.”
Junior Lauren Hoerstkamp stated, “DEAD! My legs were so tired, but I kept pushing till the end.”
Many other students have said that they felt tired and ready to give up, while others felt refreshed when getting in the water.
Students cheered on their fellow classmates while they swam in their races. They had signs up in the air, as they yelled at them to swim faster.
When questioned what their favorite moment was, senior Mikayla Maloney stated, “When Andrew and I were laughing so hard while pulling the tube to the finish line.”
Lauren said, “My favorite moment was when we were behind by about half the pool length and then I went in on the back stroke, caught back up, and Morgan finished it off with the win.”
Senior Lexi Oetterer exclaimed, “When my class (the seniors) beat the juniors at the boys freestyle relay. Everyone thought the juniors were going to win, including me. The first two boys in the senior class, Trent and Martin, were just like a second behind both of the junior boys. Then, Cole got the lead on the junior he was swimming against. And finally, Joseph was swimming with a little lead, but the junior swimming against him caught up, and Joseph was able to get to the wall in like a split second before the junior. It was a lot of fun because we all were cheering our hearts out, and we just went wild when we won.”
Even though the coldness and later heat bothered a few students, everyone still had fun. Great job, everyone!
By: Bernabe Ribera and Zachary Groner
With Fall coming up and many sports on their way, we sent a questionnaire to some of the coaches to get their outlooks on this season and how they feel about it.
When asked how they felt about the upcoming season, they responded with:
Mrs. Hoener said, “This year's group may be young and a little inexperienced, but they are eager to learn and want to do well.”
Mrs. Horstmann, the freshmen volleyball coach, responded with, “I feel optimistic and excited about this upcoming season.”
Mr. Scheer commented with, “We have some new young talent to combine with our existing talent and I hope to see a good season from the entire team.”
Mr. Hagedorn replied with, “Unfortunately we do not have enough athletes to field a team on the boys and girls teams. We have three seventh graders and three eighth graders. The season is young, so it is too early to tell just yet. Cross country is a sport in which you will get out what you put into it.”
Mr. Tucker responded by expressing his excitement for the ongoing Cross Country season with enthusiasm.
Mrs. Westermeyer said, “I'm excited to be back coaching volleyball. I have a fun group of girls that I get to spend time with, and I really enjoy coaching with Ms. Horstmann and Mrs. Hoener.”
The coaches then talked about how their athletes’ performances have been going. Mrs. Horstmann explained, “The athletes are continuing to grow skill and strength throughout practice and the season.”
“I expect effort from my athletes in their performance,” said Mr. Tucker.
Mrs. Westermeyer replied with, “I expect the girls to listen, be respectful, and work hard. I've told them many times that it's hard to beat a person who never gives up. I want us to be the team that never gives up. “
“They're not okay with being average. They want to carry on and add to our tradition,” replied Mrs. Hoener.
Many of the coaches shared some of their experiences and past stories.
“Boys were State champions last year and the girls were state runner ups (2nd place),” replied Mr. Tucker.
Mrs. Westermeyer responded with, “I've had a lot of fantastic memories as a player and former coach at NHHS. I love the Tradition of Excellence that our students and athletes have upheld throughout the years.”
The coaches have even reported many improvements in their athletes.
According to Mrs. Hoener, “As a coach, I'm looking for improvement each day so we can be where we want to be by the end of the season. The girls want to win our tournament, the conference, and make it back to the final four.”
“I wouldn’t say we have one strength going into the season but we are continuing to improve in all areas,” stated Mr. Scheer.
Mrs. Horstmann explained, “The athletes have improved in many areas, some within areas of the game they haven't played before.”
Mr. Hagedorn replied, “Right now I have two athletes that are fighting off nagging injuries. Most of them are working hard at practice so we will see how things go the first couple [of] meets.”
Mr. Tucker reported, “Over the course of the first 5 weeks we are improving, and times are coming down.”
“The sophomores have really improved their basic fundamentals since the beginning of August,” said Mrs. Westermeyer. “We have been giving them a lot of opportunities in practice, and we try to focus on the correct form during each and every drill. If you practice well, it shows in games.”
When the coaches were questioned on what they would like for their athletes to learn this season, Mrs. Horstmann said, “I hope that they continue to gain strength and skill, along with knowledge of the sport.”
“As long as I am seeing improvement on times from week to week, I will be happy with that,” replied Mr. Hagedorn.
“To only focus on the things they can control and not to worry about the things they cannot control,” said Mr. Tucker.
Mrs. Westermeyer responded by saying, “I think the girls need to learn that we aren't just here to learn about volleyball. We are also here to learn how to be good citizens in our community and great teammates and friends. Of course we want to improve our volleyball skills, but as a coach and teacher, I also talk to the girls about being good people off the court whether it be on social media, a spectator in the stands, or a student in class. We need to represent New Haven well in all those areas.”
Lastly, our coaches were asked if there was anything else they would like to share or say to the students, and they would like for all the students to come and cheer on the athletes.
It sounds like the athletes are going to be working really hard this year. Good luck to all the athletes this upcoming season!
Gloria Astrid Haerer, 80, of Springfield, MO, passed away Sunday, September 16, 2018 at Jordan Creek Nursing & Rehab, Springfield, Missouri.
Gloria was born in Blue Island, Illinois on February 16, 1938, a daughter of the late Suno Ahnell & Rose (Sofiak) Hiller.
She was the wife of Bernell Haerer. They were united in marriage on July 4, 1970, in Quincy, Illinois. Bernell survives at their home in Springfield.
Gloria is also survived by their daughter, Janeen Plummer & husband David; by two granddaughters, Heather Phillips & husband Josh, and Heidi Lechner & husband Nick, by a grandson, Heath Plummer, a brother, Arden Ahnell & a sister Sylvia Gervais.
Gloria was a member of St. John's United Church of Christ, Springfield, Missouri. She was a book keeper and secretary. She was the secretary for the Mayor of Quincy, IL.
Visitation will be held Thursday, September 20th from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Toedtmann & Grosse Funeral Home, New Haven, where funeral services will be held Friday at 11:00 a.m., with Pastor Karla Frost officiating.
Burial will be at New Haven Cemetery. Memorials may be given to Alzheimer's Association or St. John's U.C.C., Springfield. C/O Toedtmann & Grosse Funeral Home.
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On 9/14/2018 at approximately 4:30 pm Deputies were dispatched to a private road in the Villa Ridge area for a suspicious vehicle. The caller found a male subject asleep in his vehicle and was concerned about him. When Deputies arrived on the scene the male who was identified as Timothy Kalter, a 37 year old male from Villa Ridge, was asleep behind the wheel of his vehicle which was running. Upon speaking with him Deputies took him into custody for suspicion of DWI due to their observations. Inside the subject's vehicle there was suspected methamphetamine located along with ammunition. Upon further inspection of the vehicle a stolen firearm was located under the hood by the engine. Charges were applied for on Timothy Kalter for Stealing of a Firearm and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a convicted felon. A warrant was issued on Timothy Kalter for Stealing of a Firearm and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm with a bond set at $150,000 cash only.
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By: Hannah Knoppe
The 2018-2019 choir is the biggest choir class New Haven High has seen. In whole, the class has completely doubled in size from last year, and because of this, you’re going to get a closer look at how the students are feeling about this change.
When asked how she’s feeling about choir this year, junior Angel Koch stated, “I’m feeling really good about it.”
Elsie McNabb, senior, commented, “I love the size and how well we harmonize.”
Kamryn Poe, senior, said, “I think this year’s choir is shaping up well. This is the biggest group we have had in choir since Mrs. Taylor started. I am excited to see where this year takes us because I think, as a group, we will be awesome!”
Kamryn continued, “I think the size is wonderful. I am happy to see so many students getting involved this year.”
Savanna Hanna, junior, responded, “The size of the class isn’t that bad. The only thing is that now that it’s a bigger class, there might be more problems within the choir. But we’re up for the challenge!”
The seniors were asked how they felt about this being their last year in choir, and their responses were immensely passionate.
Miranda Durbin commented, “It’s most definitely bittersweet. I have made so many memories in choir, and the thought of leaving a class I have grown so fond of completely crushes me. High school wasn’t meant to last forever, but sometimes, I really wish it was. I’m looking forward to conference choir and choosing a senior song. Hopefully, we can choose something meaningful to each of us.”
Desiree Strehlau mentioned, “I am really going to miss being in choir. There really is no teacher like Mrs. Taylor. I have been in choir with her for over 8 years and she has been my teacher for 12 years. I cannot wait to see what everyone selects for our senior song/gifts.”
Kamryn Poe stated, “I am so sad to be leaving choir after this year. I have had the experience of a lifetime and I have been blessed to share this experience with my other seniors. It has been a great run and I can’t wait until we all compete with each other, one last time.”
It seems like the choir class is adjusting well to the growth of students they’ve received. According to the senior class, they feel bittersweet about this being their last year and having to say goodbye in the end.
Good luck this year, seniors, and to the rest of the 2018-2019 choir class!
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By: Addison Tolar
It’s no tall tale from fantasy high school movies that hierarchy in schools can be a problem. From what locker you get, to where you can sit at lunch, to extracurriculars. Some people may even feel that discrimination follows them around.
There are levels to the “high school totem pole,” such as the popular kids, the unpopular kids, the crowd-hoppers, and the loners. All of these types of people have personality traits and physical characteristics that put them in the groups they are in.
In New Haven High School we have the same system, whether or not it’s visible. Many students believe that there is stratification existing in the school.
As a self-considered “crowd-hopper,” I am fine with being friends with everyone, but even I feel the brutality of inequality sometimes. In order to raise awareness and drive change against this ongoing problem, I sent out a survey to gauge students’ opinions on this. What follows are some of the responses.
When asked if they think that New Haven High School has a social hierarchy, 62% of people said yes, 29% of people said no, and 9% of people said they are not sure.
When asked what group people think that they fit into, 22% of people said they felt “popular,” 28% said they felt “unpopular,” and 50% said they felt that they didn’t even belong in a group.
When asked why they felt they belonged in that particular group, some students said they felt “popular” because “I play sports” or “I am in many clubs”. Some people said they felt “unpopular” because “I don’t play sports” or “I have an awkward personality”.
Many other questions were asked, but the ideas boiled down to the same conclusions. Social hierarchy isn’t a fantasy-- it’s real, and it’s all around us. But by raising awareness and spreading the idea of equality, we can do our parts to change the ongoing problem of social hierarchy.
By: Elsie McNabb
New Haven High School has made tremendous strides in athletics this 2018-2019 school year. Many new students have come to the school, bumping up the student body and expanding our classes. This growth has caused our school to become a Class 2 District school in athletics. This is our first year being Class 2; therefore, athletes and coaches were asked at NHHS how they felt about becoming Class 2.
Many athletes have responded to how they feel becoming Class 2 will affect them when they compete.
“There will always be someone better than you, so having more people to push you, the better you'll want to do and push yourself to keep going,” said senior Martin Lewis.
Many students suggested that they weren’t worried about moving up in class, while others said it had no effect on them at all.
A few athletes feel it will provide a challenge for them.
“We will step up our game and do our best to the fullest max,” stated one athlete.
One NHHS athlete said, “I am nervous about moving up to Class 2, but I think we will still be able to compete and move up through Class 2 schools as the sport seasons continue.”
Another agreed, saying, “I think it will be harder to compete, but I think we can do it.”
Overall, it seems the NHHS coaches do not feel like the change will influence the success of the teams.
By: Lexi Oetterer
On Tuesday, September 4th, the members of the Publications class (Lexi Oetterer, Mikayla Maloney, Diana Ribera, Natalie Pecaut, and Dori McCarty) departed from New Haven High School at 7:15 A.M. and headed to Bayless High School for a yearbook workshop. This is the second year that the class has taken this field trip.
“I always enjoy this trip,” said Mrs. Katie Borcherding. “I learn things and so do the students, and I think it's a really good use of school time. Our Walsworth rep packs a lot into just a few hours. She covers ground way faster than I can in a day.”
At the workshop, the class did various activities to help us improve our yearbook, and learn how to do new things on InDesign, the program that is used to create the book.
The first thing the class did was go to the Auditorium for some fun games. Diana Ribera played musical chairs, Natalie Pecaut played Guess That Song, and Dori McCarty played Guess That Movie.
Diana Ribera said, “My favorite part of playing musical chairs was that the tension was starting to build as people lost one by one along with having to remove a chair one by one.”
The first class they went to was a class to teach all the parts of the camera used to take a good picture. Next, the class went to the mac lab at Bayless High School to learn different tools that can be used on InDesign. Then, the group went to lunch where they were provided pizza. The last thing that the class did was meet with a Walsworth representative who helped them get ideas for the cover of the yearbook.
“My favorite part of the day was watching Ray make our cover-- the outcome is really fitting for the theme of the yearbook,” said Mikayla Maloney.
By: Kamryn Poe
“Hey, batter, batter, hey, batter, batter swing….” That’s exactly what the New Haven softball team plans to do this year. They are planning to run bases around the competition and steal their way to the top.
The New Haven softball team is made up of 17 players and are coached by Coach Tim Scheer and Coach Doug Peirick. This year, many of the Shamrocks are getting back into the groove, whereas some of the girls are adjusting to new positions.
When asked about how they think they are doing this year, Claire Laune said this: “I think we are looking pretty good!”
Alexis Sidwell made this comment: “I think we could use a lot of work, but I know we have some great potential and players!”
Julia Unnerstall, senior, also had more to add, “I think we will do great as the season goes on! I see a lot of improvement and wins in the future!”
The team has already played a few games and are improving fast. Softball has so many things to look forward to. One of the things the ladies are looking forward to is “...growing as a player and as a team and seeing how well we can do this season being in a new class,” Alexis put best.
“My favorite moment so far [was] at the St. Clair [game] when Brooke bare-handed a ball thrown to her at first!” Julia Unnerstall exclaimed.
Olivia Williams, senior, replied, “I am honestly just trying to savor every moment this year. I am truly enjoying every minute. I know that in a month, softball will be all over and I'm going to miss it so much.”
The New Haven softball team has plenty of games ahead of them in the future. They plan to “hit it out of the park” and score big. Good luck, ladies.
By: J. Graham Hill
With football season having started on September 6, 2018, a survey was sent out to gauge New Haven High’s opinions on football.
When asked about their favorite teams, many said the same teams. The top teams were:
When it comes to the fantasy football side of the game, only 80% of those surveyed said they participate.
Over half of those who participated in the poll watch football at least once a week; however, 48% watch games daily, whether it be NFL or college level teams. And still, there are those few that only watch the Super Bowl.
There are many different reasons to like football. Some like it for the strategy, some like the teams, and some like the family time; however, there are some students that have less common reasons for liking the sport.
For example, junior Brandon Young mentioned liking the time spent with family and friends, but that he also enjoyed seeing the players risk getting hurt for money.
Martin Lewis, senior, had another reason not many others shared. He said, “It’s exciting seeing what the human body can do.”
Nonetheless, there are some who prefer not to watch football-- or at least not the NFL. Many don’t agree with the kneeling many of the NFL players have done in the past. Most of the students who reported not watching the NFL for this reason have said they still enjoy watching college football, and even high school football.
As you can see, there are many different opinions on the upcoming season. Best of luck to all of your teams. Let it be a good season!
On September 7, 2019 the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by Mullins Auto Parts and Salvage, Beaufort, Mo in reference to stolen automotive parts. An employee arrived for work and observed four tires and wheels stolen from a 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe and the intake manifold and fuel system from a 2012 Chevrolet Caprice. While checking the rest of the property, employees observed over 60 automobiles with the doors open and the contents rummaged through.
Deputies processed the scene and located evidence and tools left behind by the suspects. On September 8, 2018, employees of the business were contacted in reference to a suspicious Facebook post. The post consisted of photos of the tires and wheel from the Tahoe and the name Justin Quick as selling them. Deputies responded to Mr. Quick’s address near Union Mo. and observed the wheels and tires in the garage as well as floor jack used to remove the tires.
Mr. Quick was placed under arrest for felony stealing. A warrant was obtained for Felony Stealing against 30 year old Justin Quick; bond was set at $ 7,500. There was also a no bond parole violation warrant issued.
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