UPDATE-Two subjects were taken into custody, at the northwest corner of Wayland, Missouri, where they had taken refuge in an abandoned, single wide trailer at approximately 1244 hours. Arrested was Dalton James Meyers, age 21, of Keokuk, Iowa and Jason Scott Tripp, age 40, also of Keokuk, Iowa.
Weston Jaycob Schorr, has been eliminated as a suspect in this incident.
Trenton Ray Kindhart, age 21, of Keokuk, Iowa, still remains at large and is still considered to be armed and dangerous. His location is unknown and I encourage all area citizens continue to lock vehicles, without keys left in them and keep all homes secure. Also, please continue to call 911 or (660) 727-2915 with your tips.
Two suspects were taken into custody following a Tuesday morning manhunt. The pair were apprehended in a vacant mobile home near Avondale and Taylor in Wayland around 12:40pm.
According to Clark County Chief Deputy Shawn Webster, the pair had approached a rural resident earlier, and asked for a ride. Knowing the police were looking for fugitives, the resident gave them a ride into Wayland, and then called police, and notified them where he had let them out.
The pair tried to gain entry into at least one home before hiding in the vacant trailer. A person inside that home saw them go to another trailer Officers surrounded the scene, and canine units were brought to the scene as a patrol helicopter circled overhead.
The suspects surrendered when canine units entered to vacant trailer where they were hiding.
One of the subjects taken into custody was not one of the three suspected fugitive. According to Webster, the female arrested earlier identified one subject as Wes Schorr. The suspect arrested had the last name Meier. It is unclear whether Schorr is involved, although Webster had talked to him, and Schorr said he was not involved.
Below is video of when we arrived on the scene.
Below is an interview with Chief Deputy Webster following the arrests
We will update this story as more information becomes available.