Date: January 18, 2020
DEPUTIES TURN UP THE HEAT DESPITE THE COLD WEATHER!
Arrested person information:
Timothy Rose, 44, of Auxvasse, MO
Bailey Thomas, 26, of Fulton, MO
Kenneth Allen, 29, of Steedman, MO
The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office continues to ring in the New Year by conducting criminal investigations around the County. The recent weather has not cooled down any of our work to serve the community. Over the past day, felony arrests for child molestation, stealing, and meth possession have been made.
On January 18, 2020, the Callaway County Prosecuting Attorney charged Timothy Rose, 44, of Auxvasse, MO with the felony offenses of Child Molestation and Tampering with a Victim. Rose is being held without bond, per Court order, in the Callaway County Jail pending later Court bond review. Rose was arrested by Callaway County Sheriff’s Office deputies on January 17, 2020 as the result of an extensive child sexual abuse investigation conducted in the Auxvasse area.
On January 18, 2020, Callaway County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested Bailey Thomas, 26, of Fulton, MO for the felony offenses of Stealing and Forgery. The arrest is the result of an ongoing investigation concerning theft related offenses in the area of State Road NN near Fulton. Bailey is being held without bond in the Callaway County Jail, pending a Court bond review.
On January 18, 2020, the Callaway County Prosecuting Attorney charged Kenneth Allen, 29, of Steedman, MO with the felony offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance (Meth). Allen is being held without bond, per Court order, in the Callaway County Jail pending later Court bond review. Allen was arrested by Callaway County Sheriff’s Office deputies on January 17, 2020 as the result of an ongoing criminal investigation being conducted in the Steedman area.
Of reference, Allen is under the (parole) supervision of the Missouri Board of Probation and Parole.
Allen was previously arrested by Callaway County deputies on June 22, 2019 for a Missouri Department of Corrections (MDOC) state warrant for then violating state parole. However — as Sheriff Chism has recently pointed out to the community in similar situations — Allen was not returned to a state prison as MDOC cancelled the parole warrant soon after deputies arrested him. Allen was again arrested on January 5, 2020 for felony offenses, albeit, a state parole violation warrant was not issued, subsequently allowing Allen to again post bond. Sheriff Chism reminds citizens; state parole supervision is outside the control of your elected Sheriff, Prosecuting Attorney, and Judges.
NO FURTHER INFORMATION WILL BE RELEASED AT THIS TIME.
End of media release.
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