Moberly police arrest wanted fugitive based on information from FBIPosted on 20 April 2019 at 11:08am
MOBERLY- The Moberly Police Department arrested a man on Friday afternoon after they received information from the FBI in Omaha, Nebraska, according to a press release.
Police said an officer arrested Isaiah Patterson after seeing him in the passenger seat of a vehicle by Morley Street at Union Avenue.
Patterson had two felony warrants for his arrest, police said. The warrants were issued for sex trafficking of a minor and a probation violation through Iowa for original charges of burglary and weapons charges with a $15,000 cash only bond, police said.
New charges for Patterson were forwarded to Randolph County Prosecutor. The charges will require an additional $20,000 cash only bond.
The Moberly Police Department said they took Patterson to Randolph County Justice Center for his extradition.
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