Jamestown man arrested

Following a police pursuit across Howard County, a Jamestown man arrested for possessing methamphetamine.

An individual from Moniteau County is apprehended after leading deputies on a pursuit through Howard County.

Last Wednesday night, deputies spotted a vehicle with equipment violations on Highway 40 near New Franklin. They attempted to stop the driver, but he refused to stop, leading to the start of a pursuit. The pursuit continued until officers from the Glasgow Police Department deflated the driver’s front passenger tire with spike strips.

The driver eventually slowed down and stopped approximately five miles south of Glasgow, where he was arrested without further incident.

The driver, 33-year-old Colton Adams of Jamestown, was arrested. A K9 unit was requested, and the dog indicated that methamphetamine was present in the vehicle. Adams, according to deputies, exhibited signs of impairment. Additionally, he was wanted for a no bond parole violation warrant.

Adams was charged Thursday with possession of a controlled substance and resisting arrest creating a substantial risk of serious injury or death.

His bond is set at $10,000 in cash only.

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