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Man Arrested on Missouri Warrant in Delaware County

Written By Editor on 2/15/18 | 2/15/18

On Tuesday afternoon, February 13, Delaware County Sheriff's Deputies arrested a Davenport man on a Governor’s Warrant charging him with being a fugitive from justice and directing that he to be turned over to law enforcement agents from the State of Missouri.



Deputies arrested 25 year old Jerry D. Parkes of Davenport on the Warrant issued by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo upon requisition of the Governor of Missouri where Parkes stands charged with violating the terms of his probation and fleeing from that state to avoid prosecution. Parkes was arrested at the Delaware County Correctional Facility where he has been held without bail, since December, 2017, while the challenged his extradition to the State of Missouri. Parkes was initially arrested by Deputies in December and charged with being a fugitive from justice from Moniteu County, Missouri, where he was wanted for violating the terms of his probation imposed upon a conviction for domestic assault.

On Tuesday afternoon Parkes was arraigned by Delaware County Court Judge Richard D. Northrup, Jr., who ordered that Parkes be turned over to members of the Moniteu County, Missouri, Sheriff’s Office to be returned to that jurisdiction to answer his charges. Parkes was subsequently turned over to members of the Moniteu County Sheriff’s Office Thursday morning for transport back to Missouri.

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