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Deputies make six felony arrests in 18 hours in Hatton, Portland, Hams Prairie, New Bloomfield and Williamsburg

Date:  August 9, 2018

SEVERAL FELONY ARRESTS MADE BY DEPUTIES DURING 18 HOUR PERIOD – HATTON, PORTLAND, HAMS PRAIRIE, NEW BLOOMFIELD AND WILLIAMSBURG AREA

Arrested person information:

Stormy Harper, 42, of Kingdom City

Jeffrey Nash, 39, of Fulton

Christopher Horn, 40, of Marshall

Mahalya Camerer, 33, of Portland

Gary Keeton, 28, of Williamsburg

Corey Byrd, 28, of Holts Summit

Narrative:

The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office continues to conduct proactive patrols and investigations across the county.  During a 18 hour stretch on August 9, 2018, six felony arrests have been made.

At 12:53 a.m., a Callaway County Sheriff’s Office deputy was patrolling the Hatton area.  During the patrol, the deputy made a suspicious activity contact with a female, identified as Stormy Harper, 42, of Kingdom City.  The deputy determined that Harper was a wanted person in Boone County for Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance.  Harper was arrested and transported to the Callaway County Jail where she is being held on a court-set $20,000.00 bond.

 

At 8:53 a.m., Callaway County Sheriff’s Office deputies assisted the Missouri Department of Conservation with a criminal investigation near Hams Prairie.  During the course of the investigation, deputies and conservation agents recovered a vehicle that had been reported stolen in Marshall, MO.  Subsequently, Christopher Horn, 39, of Marshall was arrested for the felony charge of Tampering with a Motor Vehicle 1st.  Horn was transported to the Callaway County Jail where he is being held on a court-set $4,500.00 bond.  Jeffrey Nash, 39, of Fulton was arrested for Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – Prior Offender, and Tampering with a Motor Vehicle 2nd.  Nash, whom is a registered sex offender, was also arrested for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender – 3rd or subsequent offense regarding another Sheriff’s Office investigation as to his noncompliance with state sex offender registration law.  Nash was transported to the Callaway County Jail where he is being held without bond, pending a court bond setting.

At 9:38 a.m., Callaway County Sheriff’s Office deputies were investigating a criminal complaint near Portland.  During the course of the investigation, deputies came into contact with Mahalya Camerer, 33, of Portland.  The deputies determined that Camerer was a wanted person in Greene County for Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance.  Camerer was arrested and transported to the Callaway County Jail where she is being held without bond, per court order.

At 2:17 p.m., Callaway County Sheriff’s Office deputies were investigating a suspicious activity incident near Williamsburg.  During the course of the investigation, deputies came into contact with Gary Keeton, 28, of Williamsburg.  The deputies determined that Keeton was a wanted person in Montgomery County and by the Missouri Department of Corrections.  Keeton had felony warrants for Robbery 1st, Assault 2nd, and Parole Violation.  Keeton was arrested and transported to the Callaway County Jail where he is being held without bond, per court order.  Keeton was further booked/processes for probable cause Callaway County offenses of Possession of Marijuana  – prior offender and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – prior offender.

At 7:09 p.m., Callaway County Sheriff’s Office deputies received information that Corey Byrd was at a residence in the 3000 block of County Road 338 outside of New Bloomfield. Byrd was a fugitive from the Missouri Department of Corrections and a Parole Violation warrant had recently been entered for Byrd.  Originally Byrd would not come to the door and after additional deputies arrived entry was made into the residence where Byrd was taken into custody without incident.  Byrd was transported to the Callaway County Jail where he is being held without bond.

NO FURTHER INFORMATION WILL BE RELEASED AT THIS TIME.

End of media release.

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