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Fulton man faces federal drug charge

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A Fulton man is facing federal drug charges for allegedly trying to distribute 50 grams or more of methamphetamine in August.

The MUSTANG drug task force allegedly received a tip in July from someone who saw Clayton Craddock, 38, distribute methamphetamine at his Fulton residence, according to court documents.

Craddock was on probation and parole for distribution of a controlled substance and second-degree assault of a law enforcement officer, according to court documents.

The Callaway County Sheriff's Office and Fulton Police Department executed a search warrant on Aug. 4 at the residence. Law enforcement allegedly found four bags containing methamphetamine, totaling about 114 grams, according to the affidavit. Law enforcement also allegedly found $761 and 1.4 pounds of marijuana.

Craddock was brought to the Callaway County Jail and was interviewed by a MUSTANG officer. Craddock allegedly denied having methamphetamine, stating he has people over at his residence. He also said he was the only person who lived there, according to court documents.

Charges were filed in the Missouri Western District Court.

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