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Lee’s Summit man arrested in Raymore on a Lee’s...
Lee’s Summit man arrested in Raymore on a Lee’s Summit Warrant has posted bond.
January 30, 2014
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Juergen P. Weyhofen, a longtime resident of Lee’s Summit wanted on a warrant from Lee’s Summit Police Department, was arrested at Raymore Police headquarters early last Monday, January 27th.
Mr. Weyhofen went to the Raymore police station to arrange bail for his wife Cynthia. Cynthia had been arrested for shoplifting from a Wal-Mart in Raymore on Sunday afternoon. She was arrested in the company of a man from Lebenon, Missouri. Raymore police received a tip from a local bail agent,
Jo Anna Ray of Juergen’s warrant.
Cynthia was released later Monday on her own signature.
Juergen was transported to the Jackson County Detention Center on Monday at *12:09 p.m. and bonded out on Thursday at *8:30 p.m. His preliminary hearing is scheduled for February 19, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. before Judge Twila K. Rigby at the Jackson Court House in Independence.
As reported earlier in the Lee's Summit Tribune, Mr. Weyhofen was charged for possession of stolen property after he pawned items that had been taken from a senior citizen’s home on NE Douglas Street. The property taken from R. E. Quick was valued at $2,600.
Mr. Quick’s sister, Linda Ahern who is the publisher of the Lee's Summit Tribune said that the irony of Mr. Weyhofen’s arrest while trying to arrange bail for his wife, was not lost on her brother 'R.E.' but the circumstance around his arrest.
“I wondered when his was gonn’a get caught” stated 'R.E.' “It seemed to be taking a while.”
Court dates are pending. Both Juergen and Cynthia have prior convictions and have been incarcerated in Missouri according to CaseNet.
Readers are to remember that all defendants are to be considered
innocent until a conviction in court or a dismissal of the charges
Related article: http://lstribune.net/lees-summit-news/lee-s-summit-man-charged-with-possession-of-stolen-property.htm
*According to Jackson County Sheriff’s smartphone app. which allows citizens to access real-time detention center information. The app can be downloaded for free by searching “MOJacksonSO” on Google Play.
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