Mexico woman sleeping at LFPD Station 2 arrested on outstanding warrants

Posted 10/14/21

Krystal M. Hartman, 33, of Mexico, was approached by deputies on Wednesday, Oct. 6, at approximately 1:15 a.m. as she lay sleeping in the driveway at Linn Fire Protection District Station 2 at …

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Mexico woman sleeping at LFPD Station 2 arrested on outstanding warrants

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Krystal M. Hartman, 33, of Mexico, was approached by deputies on Wednesday, Oct. 6, at approximately 1:15 a.m. as she lay sleeping in the driveway at Linn Fire Protection District Station 2 at Bonnots Mill.

While en route dispatch told deputies that the reporting party believed the individual was under the influence of narcotics. 

Hartman was observed lying in the driveway with no shoes, covered by a jacket. 

Deputy Chase Watts woke up Hartman and informed her why he was there.

She became combative and continued to be belligerent and uncooperative with the deputy, according to Sheriff Mike Bonham.

Watts got Hartman to the front passenger side of his patrol vehicle and requested she get inside and have a seat. She refused, which required the deputy to place her legs inside the vehicle and close the door. Hartman then started kicking the dashboard of the patrol vehicle, leaving marks.  

Bonham noted that Hartman was verbally abusive toward the deputy and continued to yell and scream at him. 

Osage County 911 Dispatch advised Watts that Hartman had warrants out of Gasconade County, Crawford County, and Audrain County. Gasconade County confirmed the sheriff’s office would extradite Hartman.

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