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The Callaway County Sheriff's Office reported nine felony arrests over the past week.

CCSO deputies, assisted by the Missouri Highway Patrol, conducted an investigation at 12:24 p.m. Saturday in the 6000 block of Route NN near Fulton. Deputies came into contact with Daniel Nash, 47, of Fulton, and located a felony controlled substance. Nash was arrested and transported to the Callaway County Jail. Nash was booked/processed for felony possession of a controlled substance in addition to drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest offenses. Nash later posted a court-set bond and was released.

On Friday, CCSO deputies conducted a residential burglary investigation at 10:03 p.m. in the 3000 block of County Road 210 near Kingdom City. During the course of the investigation, deputies identified the suspect as Anthoney Jenkins, 27, of Kingdom City. On Saturday, Callaway County deputies located Jenkins at a residence near Hatton and took him into custody without incident. Jenkins was arrested and transported to the Callaway County Jail. The Callaway County prosecuting attorney charged Jenkins with the felony offenses of burglary and assault.

Also Friday, a CCSO deputy conducted an investigation at 8:23 p.m. on East Harrison Street in Auxvasse and came into contact with Brian Stevens, 44, of Kingdom City. As the investigation continued, a felony controlled substance was located. Stevens was arrested and transported to the Callaway County Jail. He was later released with summons to appear in court.

On May 14, a CCSO deputy conducted a follow-up investigation at 7:22 p.m. in the area of LaChar Drive near Holts Summit. During the course of the investigation, the deputy located Destiny Werdehausen, 37, of Holts Summit. Werdehausen was wanted for a Callaway County felony warrant for first-degree tampering with a motor vehicle (a probation violation). Werdehausen was arrested and transported to the Callaway County Jail, where she remains in custody awaiting a bond posting.

A CCSO deputy was patrolling Old Highway 40 near Kingdom City at 4:55 p.m. May 13 and stopped a vehicle in connection with an ongoing investigation. Sheriff's office K-9 Krieger responded to assist. Deputies subsequently arrested Lorraine Atkins, 25, of Jefferson City, for felony possession of a controlled substance (meth) and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Atkins was later released on summons.

Also May 13, CCSO deputies followed up on a criminal investigation in the Hatton area concerning the recovery of a stolen vehicle. As the result of the investigation, Titus Brice, 41, of Kingdom City, was arrested for felony receiving stolen property. Brice was later released on summons.

That same day, a CCSO deputy followed up on a criminal investigation in the Millersburg area concerning a sex offender registration violation. As the result of the investigation, Eric Cooley, 41, of Fulton, was arrested for two felony counts of failure to register as a sex offender. He was taken to the Callaway County Jail and later released after posting a court-set bond.

On May 12, CCSO deputies followed up on a criminal investigation in the Steedman area concerning the recovery of a stolen vehicle. As the result of the investigation, Jess Murrell, 26, of Fulton, was arrested for felony first-degree tampering with a motor vehicle. Murrell was booked at the Callaway County Jail and later released after posting a court-set bond.

A CCSO deputy patrolling Route DD near the Audrain County line at 10:25 p.m. May 11 stopped Zachary Helmich, 32, of Brookfield, for a traffic violation. During the course of the traffic stop investigation, the deputy located methamphetamine-related drug paraphernalia. The deputy also determined Helmich was a wanted fugitive in Randolph County for the felony offense of possession of a controlled substance. Helmich was arrested and transported to the Callaway County Jail. Helmich later posted a court-set bond and was released.

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