FULTON, Mo. - Fulton police said a man they believed to be the suspect in a robbery turned himself in after they tried several times to find him Saturday morning.
Police said they were called to the 400 block of Sabre Circle on Friday night for reports of a robbery.
During the investigation, police found that the front door of the home had been kicked open, the resident had been physically assaulted and a cellphone was stolen.
The victim said they knew that the robber was Ronald Galbreath, 25, of Fulton and that it was not a random crime.
Police said after they tried to find Galbreath several times, he later turned himself in at the Fulton Police Department.
Police said they arrested Galbreath on charges of burglary, robbery and domestic assault.