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Two men arrested in Jefferson City after police respond to a disturbance involving a gun

A Jefferson City Police Department police cruiser.
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A Jefferson City Police Department police cruiser.

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ)

Two men were arrested Monday afternoon after Jefferson City police investigated a disturbance involving a gun on the 800 block of Stadium Blvd.

Jefferson City police responded to the scene and found D’Andre Nutall and Malik Mcghee-Polson communicating between the vehicles according to a probable cause statement.

Police made contact with Nutall and Mcghee-Polson after both men reportedly attempted to conceal items in their respective vehicles.

Nutall was reportedly in the back seat of a vehicle and when officers attempted to detain him, Nutall allegedly attempted to headbutt and punch an officer. Police found a gun that Nutall was allegedly reaching for in the vehicle according to court documents.

Mcghee-Polson reportedly tried to conceal his hands before police detained him. Police searched the vehicle Mcghee-Polson was in and found 40 grams of marijuana in various bags and a digital scale in the vehicle.

According to court documents, Mcghee-Polson is a student at Lincoln University. The Lincoln University Police Department searched Mcghee-Polson dorm room and found another 236 grams of marijuana. Mcghee-Polson told police during a post-Miranda warning interview that he was the only resident of the dorm room.

Mcghee-Polson is charged with resisting arrest and delivery of a controlled substance.

Nutall is charged with two counts of third-degree assault of a special victim and resisting arrest.

Nutall and Mcghee-Polson are being held at the Cole County Jail without bond according to online court records.

Both men were arraigned in Cole County court on Wednesday afternoon. Both men do not have a lawyer listed online.

Karl Wehmhoener

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