Two Missourians Turn Selves in to Callaway County Sheriff
CALLAWAY COUNTY - One man and his associate turned themselves into the Callaway County Sheriff's Office Tuesday night ending a multi-day search for the man.
According to a press release from the Callaway County Sheriff's Office, Jeffery Strickland of Lake Ozark and Elizabeth Erbschloe of Fulton turned themselves in around 6:30 p.m. Thursday. They are both in the Callaway County Jail.
Strickland was charged with trespassing from an incident of trespassing a week earlier, as well as an assault on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest. He also had two outstanding warrants. Erbschloe was held on an outstanding warrant.
The criminal charges and bond for Strickland are as follows:
- Probation violation: $15,000 bond
- Forgery: $4,500 bond
- Resisting arrest: $4,500 bond
- Assault on a law enforcement officer: $500 bond
- Trespassing: $500 bond
Erbschloe's charges are for a probation violation and a $5,000 cash bond.
One of Strickland's accomplices, Dustin Brewer, is still at large.
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