COOPER COUNTY, Mo. — Drug charges have been filed against a Boonville man found with a number of drugs on Sunday.
Court records show that Cameron Isaiah Comstock, 18 is charged with two felony counts of possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana, felony harassment in the first degree and misdemeanors for possession of 11-35 grams of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.
Prosecutors allege in a probable cause statement that Comstock had been chasing another vehicle driven by an unidentified person when they were contacted by the would-be victim. Dispatch was told Comstock believed his money had been stolen, however he had reportedly lost his wallet.
Police were shown text messages from Comstock in which he threatened his victim and said he was going to shoot them.
Comstock gave officers permission to search his vehicle. Inside, a handgun, 13 grams of marijuana and substances testing positive as methamphetamine and cocaine were both found and logged into evidence. Drug paraphernalia was also recovered from the vehicle.
Comstock is held at the Cooper County Jail on $75,000 bond, cash or surety allowed. Future court dates have not yet been set.