Sheriff’s office arrests two on drug, other charges following domestic disturbance call in H.S.

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Christopher Vizena

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Alina Dugan

The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office arrested two Holts Summit residents on drug charges, domestic assault and other charges Friday.

Sheriff’s deputies conducted a domestic assault investigation early Friday morning on Skyview Drive near Holts Summit involving Christopher D. Vizena, 20, and Alina R. Duggan, 18. Upon arrival to the residence, Cpl. Jeff Harding said officers were admitted into the home by Duggan to find and speak with Vizena.

Vizena had left the home, but instead officers allegedly found “Several marijuana smoking devices,” according to a press release.

Officers also allegedly found Vizena to be in possession of a 2013 Can-Am four-wheeler that had been stolen from the state of Louisiana.

Duggan was arrested for drug paraphernalia, and officers waited near the home for Vizena to return and arrested him for possession of paraphernalia, third degree domestic assault and first degree tampering with a vehicle.

Both were also arrested on a Callaway County failure to appear warrant stemming from a trespassing case at the former Renz Farm Prison earlier this year.

Vizena and Duggan have both posted bond.

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