Callaway County Sheriff's deputies made several weekend arrests.
Anthony Hance, 36, of Fulton, was arrested at 12:12 p.m. Sunday while investigating a suspicious person complaint in the 8000 block of Old U.S. 54, near New Bloomfield. Hance attempted to deceive deputies by presenting a false identity, Lt. Curtis Hall said.
Deputies determined Hance was a wanted fugitive in Miller County for felony offenses of possession of a controlled substance (meth) and attempted escape from custody. Deputies arrested Hance and transported him to the Callaway County Jail. Hance is being held on the related Miller County warrant with a court-set bond of $5,000.
On Saturday while on patrol near county roads 304 and 305, a vehicle was stopped on a traffic violation. An occupant, Trevor Ridgway, 31, of Fulton, attempted to provide deputies with a false identity.
Ridgway was wanted on six warrants out of Callaway, Boone and Cole counties. Warrant charges include probation violation/domestic assault, felony property damage, driving while intoxicated and traffic offenses.
Ridgway was arrested and transported to the Callaway County Jail where he is being held without bond, per the court's directive.
Court information pertaining to arrests may be accessed by the state Court's public access point at courts.mo.gov/casenet.
The Callaway County Sheriff's Office continues to conduct proactive patrols across the county; working with our community partners, residents and other law enforcement agencies to curb criminal activity. Residents are reminded that crime tips may be reported by calling Callaway County Crimestopper's at 573-592-2474 or at callawaysheriff.org/crime-stoppers.