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Monday, February 12, 2018

Two separate drug arrests in Clinton last week

Items collected in Mr. Carter arrest 
On Monday, February 5th, Clinton Officers obtained information regarding the sale of marijuana in the 100 block of South Third Street. A search warrant was later obtained and on 2-10-18, the search warrant was executed. 

During the execution of the search warrant, Clinton Officers located approximately two ounces of marijuana and numerous items of drug paraphernalia. 

The following persons were arrested on a 24 hour investigation of delivery of controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia: Tara Hamby, 17 years old; Daniel Wilson, 23 years old; and Kim Kelly, 51 years old, all of which were from Clinton, MO.


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On Friday, February 9th, at 3:23 P.M., Clinton Officers responded to the area of South Sixth and Bodine Streets. A citizen reported he observed the suspicious exchange of a firearm from a dark colored vehicle. The area is in close proximity to Clinton School Buildings. The citizen was able to provide officers of the direction of travel of the suspect and description from a safe distance.

Upon arrival of Clinton Police Officers, the suspect was identified as Garrison Carter, 19 years old, of Clinton, MO. During the investigation, Officers identified the pistol as being a .380 caliber, semi-automatic. Officers located nearly an ounce and a half of marijuana on Carter's person individually wrapped, along with $2,930 in cash.

Officers conducted a search of Garrison's residence, located in the 500 block of East Grandriver and located another ounce of marijuana. Carter was arrested on a 24 hour investigation of delivery of controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana.

 Kim Kelly
Garrison Carter
 Tara Hamby

Daniel Wilson




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