CALWOOD, Mo. — Callaway County K-9 officer Iro, brought in on a traffic stop Saturday, alerted on a vehicle resulting in two arrests.
Sheriff's office deputies were patrolling at 1:33 a.m. in the Calwood area and stopped the vehicle near the intersection of Old Highway 40 and County Road 159 for a traffic violation.
The vehicle driver, Hayden Pardoe, 26, of Jefferson City, was determined to be a wanted fugitive by the Missouri Department of Corrections for parole violations. Pardoe was subsequently arrested.
A vehicle passenger, Anthony Feely, 36, of New Bloomfield, was found to have several warrants (including felony) for his arrest out of Callaway County, Cole County, Jefferson City and Holts Summit. Feely attempted to deceive deputies by providing false information. Feely was subsequently arrested.
After K9 Iro alerted on the vehicle, deputies found methamphetamine, cocaine and drug paraphernalia.
Pardoe is being held at the Callaway County Jail without bond for the fugitive warrant in addition to Callaway County probable cause offenses of felony possession of a controlled substance.
Feely is being held at the Callaway County Jail on a court-set bond of $21,592.50 for the aforementioned warrants in addition to Callaway County probable cause offenses of felony possession of a controlled substance.