Callaway County Sheriff’s deputies arrest man after pursuit


Kory Keilholz

A Columbia man is jailed for driving and drug charges after a pursuit through Callaway County Sunday morning.

At about 1:10 a.m., a deputy with the Callaway County Sheriff’s Office attempted to stop a silver SUV on Highway 94 west of State Road PP for allegedly driving 72 mph in a 60-mph zone.

The driver, identified as Kory Joseph Keilholz, 30, allegedly failed to yield to lights and sirens for more than two miles before stopping on State Road C hear 94.

Officers arrested Keilholz for driving while revoked. A CCSO press release states Keilholz gave consent for officers to search his vehicle, at which point they allegedly found three different types of felony controlled substances and two different types of drug paraphernalia.

Keilholz was on parole for felony DWI (aggravated offender) and possession of a controlled substance. He is currently incarcerated.


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