Fulton Man In Jail Accused Of Burglarizing Home and Holding Owner at Gunpoint
A Fulton man is in the Callaway County Jail after allegedly breaking into a home and holding the owner at gunpoint this (Friday) morning.
Fulton Police say it happened around 4:50 at 111 Whitlow.
Officers say the suspect was identified as 51 year old Joe W. Simms Jr. who had left the house and was later located and arrested for First Degree Burglary and Possession of Burglary tools.
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