Fulton woman arrested in possession of several pounds of marijuana

Effort part of an ongoing felony investigation

FULTON, Mo. - A Fulton woman was arrested last week after Callaway sheriff's deputies found several pounds of marijuana and other THC devices in her vehicle, according to a news release.

Deputies pulled over 23 year-old Danasia Pittman near the intersection of Old Jefferson City Road and Sign Painter Road on July 1 around noon. The stop, according to the office, was part of an "ongoing felony drug investigation in Fulton."

During the stop, deputies found eight lbs. of "high-grade marijuana" and 200 other THC devices. Pittman was arrested on suspicion of delivery of a controlled substance and was booked in the Callaway County Jail. She was later released pending court appearance, according to the release.

"The investigation is ongoing and further arrests/charges are possible," the office said in a statement. "The United States Postal Inspection Service, the Callaway County Sheriff’s Office K9 units, and the Missouri State Highway Patrol have assisted with the ongoing, extensive investigation."

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