Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the arrest of five people on Monday and Tuesday
Adair County Highway Patrol reports the arrest of two individuals from Kirksville on warrants issued by other counties.
Yvonne Hampton, 38, was arrested on a warrant on Tuesday for alleged theft of a motor vehicle in Jackson County. She was also arrested on warrant in Kirksville for alleged conduct while being discharged. Hampton was taken to Adair County Jail.
Derek Ayers, 33, of Kirksville, was arrested Tuesday on a Macon County warrant alleging 2nd degree burglary. He was held in Adair County Jail.
In Clinton County on Tuesday night, 38-year-old Nathan Wegenka of Cameron was arrested on a warrant to Cameron, alleging he drove while revoked or suspended. He is also accused of driving without a valid driver’s license and displaying the license plates of another vehicle. Wegenka was taken to the Cameron Police Department for treatment.
In Harrison County, Jeffery Godron, 30 (as noted in the arrest report) of Runnels, Iowa was arrested for suspected drunk driving and speeding 26 miles per hour or more over the speed limit. He was taken for 12 hours to the law enforcement center in Bethany.
The Highway Patrol reports the arrest of a Kirksville man in Adair County on Wednesday morning Feb. 16 on drug-related allegations and warrants.
Wayne Gregory, 60, has been charged with criminal possession of methamphetamine, a controlled substance, possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. The warrants were from Adair County for alleged conduct during dismissal and Schuyler County for alleged conduct during suspension. Gregory was taken to Adair County Jail and was to be held without bond.
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