On March 2nd, 2012 Johnson County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to a burglary in progress at 1789 NW 450 Road Kingsville,Missouri. The reporting party advised that she was outside working and found a male subject, wearing camouflage clothing and a black ski mask, inside her outbuilding attempting to steal a vehicle parked inside. The reporting party confronted the individual, who fled on foot into a nearby wooded area.
Within minutes, Johnson County Sheriff’s Deputies arrived in the area and located the subject wadding through a creek, still wearing his camouflage clothing and ski mask. The Deputies were able to take the subject into custody without incident. The subject was identified as Jeremy D. Ogle, 34 years old of Kingsville,Missouri. Jeremy B. Ogle was in possession of a large pair of bolt cutters and a black bag of assorted tools.
Jeremy was transported to the Johnson County Sheriff's Office and placed on a felony twenty four hour hold.
The Johnson County Circuit Court issued a warrant for Jeremy B. Ogle’s arrest, charging him with one count of Burglary in the 2nd Degree, one count of Attempted Auto Theft and one count of Possession of Burglary Tools. Jeremy Ogle remains in custody at the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office in lieu of a $15,000 bond.
A felony Probation Violation warrant was also issued for Jeremy B. Ogle’s arrest. This warrant will not allow for Jeremy B. Ogle to post a bond. Jeremy D. Ogle is currently under supervision by the Missouri Department of Correction for the charges of Forgery, Possession of a Controlled Substance and Driving While Intoxicated.