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Deputies arrest two after methamphetamine found during traffic stop outside of New Bloomfield

Date:  July 13, 2018

OVERNIGHT PATROL OF NEW BLOOMFIELD AREA RESULTS IN SEIZURE OF METH AND TWO DRUG ARRESTS

Arrested person information:

Jesse DeValle, 37, of Fulton

Cassandra Tucker, 27, of Fulton

Narrative: 

On July 12, 2018 at approximately 3:01 AM, a Callaway County Sheriff’s Office deputy was patrolling the 8000 block of Old Highway 54 north of New Bloomfield.  During the patrol, the deputy observed a suspicious vehicle in the area.  While monitoring the vehicle, a traffic violation was observed and the deputy stopped the vehicle.

During the course of the stop investigation, the driver was identified as Cassandra Tucker, 27, of Fulton.  The vehicle passenger was identified as Jesse DeValle, 37, of Fulton.

DeValle was found to be in possession of methamphetamine, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and an illegal weapon.  DeValle was arrested and transported to the Callaway County Jail.  Later on the arrest date, the Callaway County Prosecuting Attorney charged DeValle with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance (Meth), Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of an Illegal Weapon.  DeValle remains incarcerated on a court-set bond of $6,000.00.

Tucker was arrested for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Driving While Revoked.  Tucker was transported to the Callaway County Jail and later released pending court appearance.

*** The Callaway County Sheriff and his staff continue to work with other law enforcement agencies and community partners to curb criminal activity throughout the county.   It is well-known that drug abuse is the catalyst of many other crimes, such as burglary and stealing offenses in rural areas of the county.  Citizens are reminded they can anonymously report criminal activity to Crimestopper’s at 573-592-2474 or online at www.callawaysheriff.org. ***

NO FURTHER INFORMATION WILL BE RELEASED AT THIS TIME.

End of press release.

** All suspects are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty in a court of law **