The Callaway County Sheriff's Office arrested a Fulton man who was out on bond from separate incidents.
According to a release, Callaway County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested Rollie Davis on Tuesday after responding to a report of a physical domestic disturbance. Davis was charged with felony second-degree domestic assault and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.
Davis was denied bond Wednesday and remains in the Callaway County Jail. He was previously released on bond for two separate incidents.
On Sept. 16, Davis was "involved in a lengthy motorcycle pursuit originating in Columbia and concluding in Fulton after a crash that resulted in minor injuries to his passenger," the release stated. He was charged in Callaway County with driving while revoked/suspended, resisting arrest/detention/stop by fleeing and creating a substantial risk of injury/death to any person, possession of a controlled substance and fourth-degree assault.
Davis posted a $25,000 bond for the Sept. 16 charges, of which three were felonies and one was a misdemeanor.
For the same incident, Davis posted a $25,000 bond in Boone County for two felony charges - driving while revoked/suspended and resisting arrest/detention/stop by fleeing and creating a substantial risk of injury/death to any person.
Davis posted a $9,000 bond in 2022 for receiving stolen property (possession of a stolen firearm) and possession of a controlled substance. Both charges are felonies.