Two men are charged with second-degree assault for the early Saturday beating of a northern Newton County campground owner.

Two men are charged with second-degree assault for the early Saturday beating of a northern Newton County campground owner.
Deputies were summoned to the 5300 block of Courtney Lane near Joplin at 1:42 a.m. when the owner of Holly Haven Campground reported that two men had assaulted him with a blunt object in his residence and then returned to the campground.
After a search of several trailers, deputies found and arrested Corey Alan Marshall, 28 of Webb City, and Thomas Phillip Millirons, 24 of Milo.
Both are held in the Newton County Jail on a $25,000 surety bond.
Charges are still under review by the prosecutor after a couple of weekend incidents.
A deputy observed a vehicle parked along the side of Castle Drive near Joplin at 6:44 a.m. Saturday and when he stopped to check he reported finding a 29-year-old Carthage woman and a 28-year-old Joplin man undressed in the back seat.
Tabitha Nadine Reyes provided a false name and had no identification, but when she got on the phone with her mother the deputy talked to the mom who provided her real name and advised that her daughter was on probation. Dispatch then advised she had an outstanding Jasper County warrant for forging checks.

A glass pipe was found on Reyes when she was arrested, and deputies reported a search of the vehicle turned up a pouch with digital scales and bags with methamphetamine residue along with a flashlight that contained two bags with marijuana.

She was arrested but a count of possession of drug paraphernalia is pending. The man was not arrested.

A charge of first-degree trespassing is also still under review for a 33-year-old Neosho man.

The owner of a vacant home on Pogue Avenue at Stella went in to do some painting Saturday and found a half-clothed man inside. The husband kept the subject at bay until deputies could respond to the 3:10 p.m. call, and the man reported he was there to clean some burn wounds he self-inflicted a couple of weeks prior.

He was arrested, but charges are pending.

A resident returned to their home in the 8100 block of Jasmine Drive near Neosho Friday and summoned deputies at 8:41 p.m. when they discovered the theft of a sawsall, skill saw, air-compressor and Weedeater valued at $500.

He cast suspicion on an ex-girlfriend in her early 30s that he told deputies has been running with man who is also now staying in a Miami, Oklahoma homeless shelter. Deputies have been unable to contact the pair.

A victim in the 4700 block of Range Line Road near Joplin called deputies at 11:21 p.m. last Wednesday when they came home to find someone had entered through a window that had been taped shut.

Reported missing are a Sony PlayStation4 and tattoo equipment valued at $850.

A tenant of storage units located in the 13000 block of Laura Lane near Neosho reported at 7:16 a.m. Sunday that a lock had been cut off one unit, though nothing appeared to be missing.