James “Jimmy” Moore, who was wanted for Federal firearm violations, was apprehended in the area of Highway T and Riverside Road at around 9:30 p.m. Monday evening.
Another Federal fugitive's run from the law is over, after being arrested in Pulaski County last night.
James "Jimmy" Moore, who was wanted for Federal firearm violations, was apprehended in the area of Highway T and Riverside Road at approximately 9:30 p.m. Monday evening.
Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) have been working with Pulaski County Sheriff deputies for the past week, in an attempt to locate and apprehend fugitive Moore. Officials worked diligently in gathering information about Moore, which lead them to the Highway T and Riverside location. A female accomplice was with Moore at the time of his arrest, and both were found to be in possession of an assault-type weapon, along with a material believed to be a controlled substance.
Fugitive Moore was released to Federal ATF agents, and his accomplice was arrested by deputies. The female is currently incarcerated in the Pulaski County jail, where she is awaiting formal charges. The Rolla Police Department's SWAT unit assisted the Pulaski County PCERT (Tactical) unit with this operation yesterday evening.