The following are incident reports from the Ste. Genevieve County Sheriff’s Office for October 19 to October 25:

Arrested person, 6; animal control, 9; assault, 1; assist other agency, 3; burglary, 1; check the well-being, 6; disturbance, 3; motorist assist, 3; motor vehicle accident, 8; property damage, 1; shots fired, 1; suspicious person/situation, 11; theft, 1; traffic hazard, 5.

Arrested Persons

Zachary Bruce Elmer, white male, DOB: 11/23/1983, of Lake St. Louis was arrested on a warrant through Ste. Genevieve County on the charge of financial exploitation of the elderly. Bond was set at $1,000.00 cash only.

Tony Steven Ward, white male, DOB: 2/06/1986, of Bonne Terre was arrested on the following warrants: failure-to-appear warrant through Franklin County on the original charge of no insurance (bond was set at $250.00 cash only); failure-to-appear warrant through Franklin County on the original charge of failure to maintain financial responsibility (bond was set at $250.00 cash only); warrant through Ste. Genevieve County on the charge of driving while revoked/suspended (bond was set at $5,000.00 cash or surety).

October 19

Deputies were called to the 17000 block of Route EE to assist EMS with a person at this location.

Deputies were called to mile marker 147 on Interstate 55 for a road hazard.

Deputies were called to the 18000 block of Staabtown Road for a theft.

Deputies were called to mile marker 143 on I-55 for a suspicious vehicle.

Deputies were called to the 10000 block of Route Y for animal control.

Deputies were called to the 9000 block of Craig Court to assist a person at this location.

Deputies were called to the area of Route O and I-55 to check the well-being.

Deputies were called to the 900 block of Spruce Street for a suspicious vehicle.

October 20

Deputies were called to the 5000 block of Valley View Road for suspicious activity.

Deputies were called to the area of Highway 61 and Lime Kiln Road for a motor vehicle accident.

Deputies were called to the area of I-55 and Route Z for animal control.

Deputies were called to the 19000 block of Route EE to assist a person at this location.

Deputies were called to the 12000 block of Village Drive for property damage.

Deputies were called to the 5000 block of Valley View Road to check the well-being.

Deputies were called to the 8000 block of Little Rock Road for animal control.

Deputies were called to mile marker 148 on I-55 for an assault.

October 21

Deputies were called to the area of Route A and Highway 32 for a motor vehicle accident.

Deputies were called to the 20000 block of Route EE for a motor vehicle accident.

Deputies were called to the area of the BP Gas Station for suspicious activity.

Deputies were called to mile marker 157 on I-55 for a motor vehicle accident.

Deputies were called to the area of Ste. Genevieve Drive for animal control.

Deputies were called to the 50 block of Linn Drive for animal control.

Deputies were called to the 16000 block of Weingarten Road for a disturbance.

October 22

Deputies were called to the area of Route DD and Route OO for a suspicious person.

Deputies were called to the 9000 block of Three Oaks Lane for a disturbance.

Deputies were called to mile marker 141 on I-55 for a motorist assist.

Deputies were called to the 22000 block of Abt Lane to assist a person at this location.

Deputies were called to mile marker 148 on I-55 for a road hazard.

Deputies were called to mile marker 145 on I-55 for a road hazard.

Deputies were called to the 17000 block of Route N for animal control.

Deputies were called to the 17000 block of New Bremen Road to assist a person at this location.

Deputies were called to mile marker 150 on I-55 to assist another agency.

Deputies were called to the 300 block of Ste. Genevieve Drive for a 911 hang-up call.

Deputies were called to mile marker 156 on I-55 to assist another agency.

Deputies were called to the 17000 block of Route N for animal control.

October 23

Deputies were called to the 11000 block of Carron Road for shots fired.

Deputies were called to the area of Route DD for a pursuit.

Deputies were called to the area of Dry Fork Road and Newman Road for a motor vehicle accident.

Deputies were called to the area of Highway 61 and Market Street for a road closed.

Deputies were called to the 8000 block of Boverie Drive for an animal rescue.

Deputies were called to the area of Route M and Route N for a motorist assist.

Deputies were called to the area of I-55 and Route DD for a road hazard.

Deputies were called to mile marker 165 for a suspicious vehicle.

Deputies were called to the 14000 block of Quail Run Drive for a residential fire.

Deputies were called to the area of Genevieve Church Road and Route EE to check the well-being.

October 24

Deputies were called to the area of Highway 61 and Molasses Hollow Road for a motor vehicle accident.

Deputies were called to the 9000 block of Highway 32 for a road hazard.

Deputies were called to the area of Route OO and Route DD for a motorist assist.

Deputies were called to the 7000 block of Route Y for a motor vehicle accident.

Deputies were called to the 14000 block of Highway 32 for a disturbance.

Deputies were called to the 25000 block of Coffman Road to check the well-being.

Deputies were called to the area of Magnolia Hollow Drive for a suspicious vehicle.

October 25

Deputies were called to mile marker 154 on I-55 to check the well-being.

Deputies were called to the area of Highway 61 and Route O for suspicious activity.

Deputies were called to the 21000 block of Highway 32 for a burglary.

Deputies were called to the 8000 block of Enterprise Road for a suspicious vehicle.

Deputies were called to mile marker 161 on I-55 for a suspicious person.

Deputies were called to mile marker 157 on I-55 for a suspicious person.

Deputies were called to the 6000 block of Highway 32 for a domestic disturbance.

This is a partial listing of activity investigated by the Ste. Genevieve County Sheriff’s Office. Except for arrests this report does not reflect actions initiated by our personnel, rather calls for service only. Also, a criminal charge is merely an allegation and the defendant is, of course, presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty in a court of law. Some cases are currently under investigation; any citizen with additional information is encouraged to call the Sheriff’s Office with any information you may have. Again, each and every suspect is considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. We appreciate all support received from the public. Any questions about this press release should be addressed to Sheriff Gary J. Stolzer, major Jason O. Schott, chief deputy, or lieutenant Toby Brewer at 573-883-5820.