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Troy man charged with harassment

At around 1:45 a.m. on June 14, a Troy Police Department was dispatched to a local restaurant in reference to a domestic disturbance.

When the officer arrived, he made contact with the victim, who said Anthony Price, 33, was outside with a kitchen knife, yelling and threating to harm.

The victim pleaded with him to come inside the house. According to the probable cause statement, the victim was able to disarm Price and hide the knife in her bedroom and escape to the restaurant with Price still at the residence.

According to the victim, Price had threatened to kill her with a knife in the past. 

Price was charged with harassment in the first degree. He has a past conviction for assault in 2010, and is currently on parole. 

The Honorable Gregory Allsberry set bond for Price at $25,000, cash only, and he is not to come with a quarter-mile of his residence, should he be released.

 

Winfield man charged with felony DWI

Lincoln County prosecutors have charged a Winfield man with felony DWI after a crash last fall.

On Nov. 14, 2020, the Missouri State Highway Patrol assisted Lincoln County Sheriff’s deputies in a multi-vehicle crash with injuries at the intersection of South Ethlyn Road and Brookview Lane at around 2:07 p.m.

A check on the driver of a white Plymouth van, 40-year-old Douglas Weber II, found his license had been revoked for points. Weber had also been unable to provide insurance information for his vehicle.

According the probable cause statement, Weber had difficulty keeping his eyes open, and had nearly stumbled several times, though he denied being under the influence of any substances. A syringe was next to Weber, but no one observed him discard it.

Weber failed a subsequent field sobriety test, and a subsequent search of the van located a glass pipe and white residue consistent with methamphetamine.

While at the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, Weber asked a MSHP trooper what he was being charged with. The trooper told him it was possession of heroin.

Weber told the trooper, “It’s not heroin. It’s meth.”

In addition to causing the motor vehicle accident, Weber was charged with driving while intoxicated as a persistent offender.

Weber has three prior convictions for DWI in 2002, 2009 and 2013.

 

(All persons charged of a crime are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law).