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Drugs reportedly found after warrant served in Cooper County

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COOPER COUNTY, Mo. – A Kansas City, Missouri, man remains jailed after an arrest by a trooper in Cooper County Tuesday night.

According to the report by Troop F of the Missouri Highway Patrol, Kevin C. Cutter, 46, had a warrant for probation violation before methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia were allegedly found in his possession.

Cutter remains held without bond, pending filing of formal charges.

Donnie King

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