The Callaway County Sheriff's Office has made a number of arrests — from felonies to fugitives — over the past week.
On Friday, Michael Jones, 32, of Williamsburg, was arrested for armed criminal action and third- and second-degree domestic assault. The charges, originally issued Aug. 27, resulted from a criminal investigation conducted by the CCSO near Williamsburg on Aug. 26.
According to the CCSO, Jones fled the area before officers could arrive. He was found and arrested in St. Charles County by CCSO deputies conducting a follow-up investigation.
Jones was transported to the Callaway County Jail to be held without bond pending a court bond review.
Deputies executed a drug-related search warrant at 6:41 p.m. Sept. 3 in the 300 block of South Summit Drive in Holts Summit, aided by the Holts Summit Police Department, the Fulton Police Department's Special Response Unit and the MUSTANG drug task force.
The warrant was obtained through a joint investigation between the CCSO and the Cole County Sheriff's Office. During the investigation, Dustin Brennan, 30, of Holts Summit, was arrested for felony possession of a controlled substance. He was transported to the Callaway County Jail for booking/processing, and later released on summons per new bonding rules.
During the Labor Day weekend, CCSO deputies handled 193 calls for service all across the county. They also provided law enforcement presence at the Mokane World's Fair and assisted other agencies in recovering a body from the Missouri River in Callaway County.
Deputies also made the following arrests:
Callaway County deputies at 2:52 a.m. Aug. 31 located Cyrus Coy, 24, of Fulton, at a residence in the County Road 323 area. Coy was wanted for a felony Callaway County probation warrant for felony domestic assault. Coy was transported to the Callaway County Jail, and his bond was set at $10,000.
Deputies investigated a disturbance at 4:20 a.m. Sept. 1 involving weapons in the County Road 230 area. As a result of the investigation, Joshua Morris, 24, of Fulton, was arrested after attempting to flee from deputies. The Callaway County Prosecuting Attorney charged Morris with felony domestic assault and felony resisting arrest. Morris remains in-custody at the Callaway County Jail without bond pending a court bond review.