According to reports of Missouri’s 42nd Judicial Circuit:

Arrest Warrants

• Mathew D. Denney had a warrant issued for his arrest Jan. 9 charging him with two felony counts of possession of a controlled substance and one felony count of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

• Robert C. Martin had a warrant issued for his arrest Jan. 9 charging him with one felony count of possession of a controlled substance as well as misdemeanor count of leaving the scene of an accident and failing to maintain financial responsibility of a vehicle.

• Harold L. Robison had a warrant issued for his arrest Jan. 9 charging him with one felony count of possession of a controlled substance.

• Joshua R. Marr had a warrant issued for his arrest Jan. 8 charging him with one felony count of possession of a controlled substance.

• David J. Cain had a warrant issued for his arrest Jan. 7 charging him with one felony count of second-degree arson.

• Troy A. Stills had a warrant issued for his arrest Jan. 7 charging him with one felony count of being an out-of-state fugitive. Stills is currently wanted by the State of Texas.

Sentences

• Rachel Casey was sentenced Jan. 10 to seven years in the department of corrections for possession of heroin under Statute 217.362. Casey will also have to complete a long-term treatment program. She was also on probation for felony possession of a controlled substance at the time of the plea and her probation was revoked.

• Danny Lato Jr. pled guilty Jan. 10 to two counts of possession of heroin. He was sentenced to seven years in the department of corrections on each case under Statute 217.362, with the sentences ruled to run concurrently.

• Steven McCarter was sentenced to three years in the department of corrections for driving while his license was revoked for an incident on Oct 21, 2019.