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Nevada PD make felony assault arrest after large disturbance

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NEVADA, MISSOURI -

Nevada Police have completed an investigation into a felony assault that occurred in the early morning hours of October 4th, 2015. Nevada Police were dispatched to a large disturbance at the Ole Subway Bar, 900 block of E. Subway Blvd.  

Police Officer’s arrived on the scene and found an unconscious male subject inside the business. The victim was treated at the scene by ambulance personnel and transported to Nevada Regional Medical Center. He was later transferred to a Kansas City area hospital where he is being treated for serious injuries. Several witnesses came forward and identified the suspect who had fled the scene prior to the arrival of law enforcement. Police located two additional victims who sustained moderate injuries in the altercation.

NPD detective personnel conducted interviews and a follow up investigation in regards to the case. Investigators determined that the victim was struck with a fist and fell to the floor causing additional injury. A Nevada Police Detective along with a Vernon County Deputy located the suspect at a residence in unincorporated Vernon County and executed an arrest without incident.

The suspect was identified by police as, Tyler J Otter. He is currently being held in the Vernon County Jail. The Vernon County Associate Circuit Court has issued an arrest warrant for Assault 2nd Degree, a Class C Felony. Otter’s bond is set at $10,000 cash only.

To report criminal activities to the dispatch center call 417-448-2710 or use the Tip Hotline at 417-448-5117. All information will be kept confidential. 

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