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Brawley sent to MDC

Thursday, June 1, 2006

OREGON COUNTY -- The Oregon County Sheriff's Department transported a Thayer man to the Missouri Department of Corrections May 26 after he broke the terms of his parole.

David Brawley, 18, was convicted of unlawful use of a weapon after an incident at Flash Market in Thayer April 13, 2005, where he displayed a knife in an angry and threatening manner at the store.

Brawley was ordered to attend an inpatient substance-treatment program, which he did not complete.

Brawley will spend 120 days in the Missouri Department of Corrections substance treatment program. Officials with the Oregon County Prosecuting Attorney's Office said if he successfully completes the program he will be placed back on probation, but if he doesn't he will remain in the Missouri Department of Corrections.

Angela Smith, 26, of Koshkonong was charged with fraudulent use of credit card May 24.

She is charged with taking a debit card from the purse of Tifiny Grisham of West Plains while the purse was unattended for a few minutes at the Mini Mart at Koshkonong on March 20.

According to the Oregon County Sheriff's Department, Grisham first noticed her debit card was missing on a trip to Springfield March 22. The bank that issued the card called her after noticing an unusual transaction, a $300 charge to CenturyTel.

Smith posted $2,500 bond and is scheduled to be arraigned in Oregon County Circuit Court June 7.

David Critchfield, 26, of Alton was arrested by officer Randy Vater on two counts of assault May 19.

The sheriff's office alleges that on May 19 Critchfield knocked Susan Russell to the floor by pushing her and also bending her little finger back. Paulette Richardson, Russell's mother, tried to break up the altercation and Critchfield knocked her to the floor, bruising her right upper arm, according to authorities.

The assaults are alleged to have occurred at a residence on Highway 160 East in Oregon County.

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