Neosho police arrested two people early Thursday, but a third suspect in a Wednesday incident is still at large.

Neosho police arrested two people early Thursday, but a third suspect in a Wednesday incident is still at large.
Raymon Irvin, 57, of Neosho is charged with making a false declaration.
An officer checked on Irvin at 7:14 a.m., when his vehicle broke down on Missouri Highway 59 near U.S, Highway 60, Lt. Jason Baird said. When they got the truck started, the officer followed him into the lot at Murphy USA, but Irvin took off running and fled on foot. Irvin, who was driving while suspended, had not been apprehended as of Thursday.
Officers responding at 5:52 a.m. to a call about a suspicious vehicle at Kum & Go, 15679 Kodiak Road, found Christopher Nunley, 29, of Pierce City and Elizabeth Brattin-Keever, 35, of Monett inside a vehicle parked in front of the store.
Nunley told the officers he was sitting there scratching off lottery tickets, but Baird said a check on him determined he had warrants out of Pulaski County for passing bad checks.
A glass pipe commonly used to smoke methamphetamine was found. Brattin-Keever is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, Baird said.