Nathan M. Tripp, 27, of Boonville, was arrested and taken to the Cooper County Detention Center where he was charged with fourth degree assault (special victim) and resisting arrest, according to Boonville Police Department spokesperson Neal Edgar. Bond was set at $9,500 cash or surety. He remains in custody, and has not yet hired a lawyer according to online records.

Richard L. Allen, 42, of Lenexa, Kansas was arrested and transported to the Cooper County Detention Center on Wednesday on an outstanding St. Charles County dangerous drug charge warrant, according to Boonville Police Department spokesperson Neal Edgar. Bond was set at $10,000. He was also serving an outstanding Warren County warrant for similar drug charges, and this bond was set at $7,500 or surety. Information about his case was not yet available online, but he remains in custody.

Misty J. Allen, 41 and also of Lenexa, was arrested for driving while suspended and speeding (32 mph in a 20 mph zone), according to Edgar. She was released on a court date following processing and fingerprinting, but information about her case was not yet available online.

Johnathan C. Todd, 28, of Boonville, was arrested and transported to the Cooper County Detention Center on an outstanding Cooper County warrant charging him with second degree assault and unlawful use of a weapon, according to Edgar. Bond was set at $10,000 cash or surety. He remains in custody. Information about his lawyer was not available online.

Horace R. Purdy, 60, of Otis, Kansas was arrested and brought to the Cooper County Detention Center on charges of stealing. He posted the $200 bond was released, according to Edgar.