Fulton Man Arrested After Taking Police On Chase While Running Naked
A Fulton man is in the Callaway County Jail after taking Fulton Police on a foot chase while running naked early this (Thursday) morning.
According to officers it happened after midnight.
30 year old Thomas B. Seay was reportedly running naked in the area of St. Francis and Tyler Street in Fulton and tried to get into a house and was confronted by the homeowner before leaving.
Seay apparently tried to get into another house unsuccessfully when officers located him and he started running away on foot.
He was eventually arrested on charges of Burglary, Sexual Misconduct, Peace Disturbance, and Resisting Arrest.
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