A Hannibal man faces several charges after Hannibal Police received information that he was in town and wanted on a Shelby County warrant.
Officers assigned to the Anti Crime Enforcement Squad were told Wednesday evening that a man with a Shelby County felony warrant for resisting arrest was in an apartment at 202 Centerville Road. Officers report contacting 40 year old Jared Majors at that address and identified themselves as police officers. Police reports indicate Majors fled into a room and began struggling with an officer before being taken into custody. Police found methamphetamine and syringes on him. An officer involved sustained minor injuries that did not require immediate medical treatment. Majors is charged with possession of a controlled substance,  possession of drug paraphernalia,  resisting arrest for a felony and assault on a law officer. Majors was also arrested on a municipal warrant and a Shelby County warrant. Majors was taken to the Shelby County Jail. The Marion County Prosecuting Attorney’s office is reviewing the case.

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