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Parolee Arrested in Springfield MO With Stolen Truck From Baxter County


Christian Blake Sisk

On Sunday, June 18, 2017 at Approximately 9 am, Baxter County Sheriff’s Office responded to a local Marina for a report of multiple break-ins, and thefts including the theft of a 2015 Chevrolet High County truck. Cash and credit cards were also stolen. Other vehicles and buildings located on the property were also broken into with multiple items stolen.

Using electronics built into the truck, the owner located the vehicle in Springfield Missouri in the Bass Pro Parking Lot.  Springfield Police Department was on scene dealing with another issue when they were notified about the stolen vehicle. Police set up surveillance on the stolen truck. A short time later a man walked up to the vehicle and attempted to enter it.

Springfield Police took the suspect into custody and was held for Baxter County.  Tuesday morning the suspect was extradited back to Baxter County to face charges.

Christian Blake Sisk age, 25 of Mountain Home is charged with:

Breaking or Entering 5-39-202 (a) (1) (C) class D felony, 4 counts

Theft of Property 5-36-103 (a) (1) (4) (A) 5-36-103, class A misdemeanor, 4 counts

Theft of Property 5-36-103 (a) (1) (b) (1) (A) 5-36-103, class B Felony

Sisk was booked into the Baxter County Detention Center and is being held on bond of $50,000. 

Christian Sisk is also being held on a Parole violation. Sisk is currently on parole after serving less than 2 years of sentences totaling 14 years. Sisk was convicted in June of 2013 for Burglary and Battery and sentenced to 10 years. Sisk served approximately 18 months. e was convicted again less than a year later for Breaking or Entering, theft and drug charges and was sentenced to 4 years. He served approximately 6 months and was paroled a second time before being convicted of a parole violation less than 30 days after he was released. 

Christian Blake Sisk has of history of being booked into the Baxter County Jail 19 previous times and has been to prison 3 times.

Sheriff John Montgomery