Shortly after 11 a.m. Monday morning, Cooper County Deputies responded to Harriman Hill Lamine river access off of M Highway near Blackwater to assist a Missouri Department of Conservation agent with a call he was on.

Shortly after their arrival, a 55-year-old Sedalia man was arrested on outstanding warrants. During the investigation, a 25-year-old female ran from the scene and swam across the Lamine river, escaping into an adjacent wooded area.

Thanks to a local resident that was keeping an eye on her property, 25-year-old Jasmine N. Bronger of Columbia is in custody.

Bronger, formerly of Savannah Georgia, is the female involved in the incident Monday morning at the Harriman Hill Lamine River access.

At approximately 4:48 p.m., dispatch received a report from a local resident advising that the female was approaching their house. Deputies responded to the location and took Bronger into custody.

She was arrested on an outstanding Boone County warrant for Violation of a Court Order on the original charges of 2nd Degree Burglary & Theft-Stealing. The case involving Monday's incident will be forwarded to the Cooper County Prosecutor for review.