Charges Filed Following Early Morning Incident in Hannibal
A Hannibal man is formally charged following an incident early Friday morning on West Ely. Marion County Prosecuting Attorney David Clayton says Michael Agnew
faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted on all counts. Agnew is charged with unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful possession of a weapon and two counts of receiving stolen property following a disturbance shortly before 1 a-m Friday in the 4700 block of West Ely.
Court documents indicate Agnew pointed a pistol at an individual and threatened to shoot. Agnew was arrested during a traffic stop on Stardust at Head Lane. Marion County deputies say a pat down of Agnew revealed a loaded magazine for a pistol. A search of the vehicle yielded two pistols including one that matched the magazine found on Agnew. A check on the pistols found that both had been reported stolen in Illinois.