Charges Filed in Callaway Manhunt

Charges were filed today [Thursday] against two men who were the subject of a nearly 5 hour long manhunt in Callaway County yesterday. [Wednesday]

Court records indicate Jesse Tamburo of Colorado Springs, Colorado and Matthew Solomon of Bowie, Maryland are charged with tampering with a motor vehicle, resisting arrest, and possession of 10 grams or less of marijuana.

Tamburo is additionally charged with operating a vehicle without a valid license.

Two juveniles were also detained in the investigation.

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