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

Arrest Warrants

• Matthew Anderson had a warrant issued for his arrest Sept. 11 charging him with one felony count of resisting arrest.

• Brice M. Mullins was issued criminal summons Sept. 11 on a complaint charging him with one felony count of driving while revoked.

• Christopher C. Suhling Jr. was issued criminal summons Sept. 11 on a complaint charging him with one felony count of driving while revoked.

• Richard Sims was issued criminal summons Sept. 10 on a complaint charging him with one felony count of driving while revoked.

• James H. Johanning had a warrant issued for his arrest Sept. 9 charging him with felony counts of failure to register as a sex offender and prior offender residing within 1,000 feet of a school or childcare fac after conviction.

• Michael D. Jordan had a warrant issued for his arrest Sept. 7 charging him with one felony count of third-degree domestic assault.

Sentences

• Roy Heath had his probation revoked Sept. 9 and was ordered to serve seven years in the department of corrections as requested by Prosecuting Attorney Andrew Curley and the defendant. Heath admitting to violating his probation during a hearing. A furlough request by Heath was also denied.

• Raymond Ledbetter was denied release from prison Sept. 9 during a 559 review hearing. Ledbetter received two conduct violations while in prison, but the department of corrections did note Ledbetter’s satisfactory participation in its program. As a result, Prosecuting Attorney Andrew Curley requested Judge Megan Seay to deny his release and for Ledbetter to serve the remainder of his sentence. Ledbetter’s counsel sought his release.

• Cristopher Wingfield was sentenced Sept. 9 to eight years in the department of corrections under Statute 559.115 as requested by Prosecuting Attorney Andrew Curley in refence to charges of failing to register as a sex offender and residing within less than 1000 feet of a school. Wingfield requested probation.