Callaway County Sheriff's Office investigations recently led to charges for two, Lt. Curtis Hall said.
On Sept. 6, a grand jury indicted Fulton resident Jaimey Metcalf, 24, for sexual misconduct involving a child, abuse/neglect of a child and endangering the welfare of a child.
These charges resulted from a lengthy investigation conducted by the Callaway County Sheriff's Office and the State of Missouri Children's Division regarding alleged abuse and neglect offenses occurring near Fulton.
Following the indictment, an arrest warrant was issued for Metcalf, who surrendered herself to the sheriff's office on Sunday. She was transported to the Callaway County Jail, and her bond was set at $75,000 surety.
The investigation is ongoing and further arrests and charges are possible, Hall added.
In a separate case, Fulton resident David Young, 45 was charged with first-degree burglary and second-degree tampering with a motor vehicle. The Sunday charges resulted from a Callaway County Sheriff's Office investigation.
On Sept. 8, deputies responded to a burglary in progress in the 5000 block of River Hills Road near Mokane. Deputies arrived and investigated, determining Young had entered a residence unlawfully, Hall said. A vehicle on the property had also been tampered with.
Deputies located Young on foot in the area and arrested him.
Young was taken to the Callaway County Jail. His bond was set at $10,000, cash only.