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Suspected jewelry thief in Maine found at campsite near Farmington

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Ronald Fuller (Source: St. Francois County Sheriff's Office) Ronald Fuller (Source: St. Francois County Sheriff's Office)
FARMINGTON, MO (KFVS) -

A man sought in Maine in connection with numerous burglaries and jewelry thefts was arrested in St. Francois County on Wednesday.

Ronald G. Fuller, 62, of Booth Bay Harbor, Maine was sought by multiple jurisdictions in Maine for burglary and jewelry thefts.

Someone reported suspected drug activity near Farmington.

Someone saw a vintage early 70s Chevrolet driven into a wooded area off of State Route DD south of Farmington. The person was concerned the driver could be involved in meth production.

Officers found a 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle convertible and a campsite. The car was listed as stolen out of Maine.

Fuller was arrested at the campsite in the 5400 block of State Route DD south of Farmington on outstanding federal supervision violation warrants.

Officers also found a large amount of cash and jewelry at the campsite.

Fuller was taken to the St. Francois County Jail without bond pending further action by federal authorities.

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