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Saline County, Missouri

 

(6-6-17) -A Celina father and son will be sending some time in prison after being sentenced last month for a 2016 drug arrest in Northern Missouri.

Celina residents, Casey E. Jones, 45, and his son Caleb J.R. Jones, 20, were arrested on March 4, 2016 by a Missouri State Highway Patrol on Interstate 70 near mile-marker 85 in Saline County.  When the State Patrolman searched their vehicle he uncovered multiple bags of a white crystal substance that would later test positive for methamphetamine, as well as other drug paraphernalia and a weapon.

The elder (Casey) Jones stands charged with a trafficking in the second degree, unlawful use of a weapon – possession of a weapon and a felony controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm, and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia.

His son (Caleb) was charged with trafficking in the second degree and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia.

In early May, they were both sentenced, Casey was sentenced to 12 years with the Department of Corrections with his sentence to run concurrent with any previously imposed sentence. Caleb was sentenced to 7 years with the Department of Corrections.

Related information—

Court case – 16SA-CR00110-01:

Jones, Casey Edwin, born 1972, 8078 S. St., Celina, Ohio. Count I — class B felony, trafficking in drugs in the second degree. Sentenced to 12 years with the Department of Corrections. Sentence to run concurrent with any previously imposed sentence. Count II — class D felony, unlawful use of weapon – subsection 11 – possess weapon and a felony controlled substance. Sentenced to 4 years with the Department of Corrections. Sentence to run concurrent with any previously imposed sentence. Count III — class C felony, unlawful possession of a firearm. Sentenced to 7 years with the Department of Corrections. Sentence to run concurrent with any previously imposed sentence.

Court case – 16SA-CR00109-01:

Jones, Caleb John Rolland, born 1997, 8078 S. St., Celina, Ohio. Class B felony, trafficking in drugs in the second degree. Sentenced to 7 years with the Department of Corrections.

 

 

 

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