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story.lead_photo.caption Harold Campbell Jr. Photo by Moniteau County Sheriff's Office

Authorities arrested a man from Ulman over the weekend in connection with a pursuit that occurred earlier this month in Moniteau County.

Deputies were on patrol June 14 in the High Point area and reportedly saw a suspicious vehicle near the Bee Line Gas Station, according to Moniteau County Sheriff's Department reports.

Deputies attempted to stop the vehicle, which was allegedly driven by Harold Campbell Jr., 38.

Deputies reported he fled from the area and led them on a pursuit into Cole and Miller counties, down paved and gravel roads. Deputies eventually lost sight of the vehicle and stopped the pursuit near Olean.

Deputies reportedly later found Campbell had a revoked driver's license and was serving probation and parole.

Eventually authorities reportedly determined where Campbell was staying in Ulman, and deputies from Moniteau County and the Miller County Sheriff's Office took him into custody Sunday.

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