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Fulton man arrested after suspected crack cocaine found in his home

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 | 4:58 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — A Fulton man was arrested on an outstanding warrant for distribution of a controlled substance and other drug-related charges after authorities found what they suspected to be crack cocaine in his residence Wednesday.

Authorities found more than 10 grams of suspected crack cocaine, a handgun, a bulletproof vest and drug paraphernalia, including digital scales and packaging material, in the residence of Tyler Clark in the 700 block of Bluff Street in Fulton, according to a press release from Sergeant Mike Sneller, Cole County Sheriff's office coordinator. Clark was arrested after a short foot pursuit.

The Mid-Missouri Unified Strike Team and Narcotics Group, the Callaway County Sheriff's Department and the Fulton Police Department were serving a search warrant for narcotics at Clark's residence when they made the arrest.

Supervising editor is Elise Schmelzer.

 


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