Two Fulton men have been arrested in two separate drug investigations.
At 9:18 p.m. Wednesday Fulton Police responded to a report of a man threatening other people with a gun near 15th and Monroe streets.
Before officers arrived, Police received another report of a man running into a residence at 1416 Monroe St. Police detained Brent W. Teel, 31, at the residence.
During a search for the weapon, officers found a substantial amount of marijuana along with packaging materials, baggies, scales, drug paraphernalia and several types of pills.
A small .22 caliber derringer pistol and a large machete also were found during the search and confiscated.
Teel then was arrested and charged with possession with the intent to distribute drugs near a school, two counts of possession of a controlled substance, and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia.
Teel was taken to Callaway County Jail. He was released on a $34,500 bond.
In an unrelated drug investigation, Clifton J. Ivory, 30, was arrested Tuesday on an warrant issued Monday for distribution of a controlled substance.
The arrest came after a joint investigation conducted by Fulton Police and the MUSTANG Drug Task Force in Central Missouri. Ivory is in Callaway County Jail with his bond set at $20,000.
It was the second recent arrest of Ivory. He was arrested on May 3 during a raid by Fulton Police and the MUSTANG Drug Task Force on South Ravine Street for possession of marijuana. During that raid, officers reported they were attacked by a pitbull dog.