Five arrests, two for DWI, made across Harrison, Caldwell, Clinton Counties

Two arrested on drug charges in Daviess County

The Missouri Highway Patrol reports five arrests across northwest Missouri since late Tuesday morning.  The first in the rash of arrest occurred on Tuesday night at 10:30 in Harrison County, where 44-year old Sheldon C. Rucker of Eagleville was taken into custody on a charge of misdemeanor driving while intoxicated.  Rucker was taken to the Harrison County Law Enforcement Center in Bethany on a 12-hour hold.

Later that morning, in Harrison County, 28-year old Kendall A. Damron of Lebanon, Missouri was arrested in Harrison County on a pair of warrants. The first, out of Laclede County, accuses Damron of misdemeanor assault.  The second, out of Citrus County, Florida, was on a felony charge of a probation violation.  Damron was taken to the Harrison County Jail in Bethany, where he is being held without bond.

Just before 11 o’clock (10:53) on Wednesday morning, 24-year old Adam M. Kyle of St. Joseph was arrested on numerous charges in Harrison County. Kyle was being sought by the Gower Police Department on a misdemeanor warrant for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and failure to dim headlights.  Police in St. Joseph had issued a warrant for Kyle, on a misdemeanor of failure to appear on accusations of speeding. Other misdemeanors against Kyle involved possession of up to 35 grams of marijuana, and unlawful use to drug paraphernalia.  Additional charges involved speeding and no insurance.  Adam Kyle was taken to the Harrison County Law Enforcement Center in Bethany.

A 27-year old Lathrop man, Patrick J. DeCecco, was arrested at 3:15 on Wednesday afternoon, in Clinton County, on a charge of speeding 82 miles per hour in a 70 zone, and possession of a controlled substance.  DeCecco was transferred to the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department in Plattsburg on a 24-hour hold.

A 23-year old Polo man, David D. Casey, was arrested on multiple charges in Caldwell County at 5:49 on Wednesday afternoon.  Charges against Casey involved leaving the scene of an accident (which is a Class C felony), careless and imprudent driving involving an accident, failure to drive on the right side of the roadway involving an accident, and driving while intoxicated, a Class B misdemeanor.

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