Update: April 13 at 10:09 p.m.:
The manhunt in Callaway County is over. Deputies got a tip and found Travis Schroer at a home at 14 Callaway Drive in Fulton.
He is being held without bond, and he may face more charges.
Update: April 13 at 2:55 p.m.: Authorities in Callaway County are still looking for Travis Schroer.Schroer caused a manhunt after he ditched out of his car when authorities were trying to pull him over.Sgt. Bob Smith said the Callaway County Sheriff's Office still believes Schroer is in Callaway County."He is originally from the Portland/Mokane area," Smith said. "He does have family in Callaway County, but if they would let him stay with them, I don't know. He does have many acquaintances who would happily let him stay, though."Schroer has a probation/parole violation warrant currently out. The probation/parole is for burglary and property damage.Smith said that at 6:30 a.m. on Wednesday, a person in the area where they searched last night called dispatch and said that Schroer was knocking on her door.Smith said that due to other investigations, only one deputy was available at the time of the call, and that deputy was at a domestic dispute. Dispatch sent the case to the deputy as a suspicious activity call, so the priority went to the active domestic disturbance call. Once the deputy realized it was Schroer, he went to the area, but the suspect had left.Smith said there were a couple of false sightings of Schroer this morning, but that when deputies followed up, they realized it was a false sighting. Update: Wednesday April 13th at 9:40: Online court records indicate Travis Schroer is a Fulton resident with charges that span more than a decade.Records show Schroer has been charged with third degree assault multiple times, attempted assault, DWI, property damage, burglary, resisting arrest and driving with a revoked license.Deputies haven't been available for comment Wednesday morning, but we'll pass along more information as we get it.
Update: Wednesday April 13th at 8:00 a.m.:
Callaway County Sheriff's Department has released a picture of the man they are looking for.
Update: Tuesday April 12th at 10:00 p.m.:
No sign of a suspect tonight after a manhunt in Callaway County near New Bloomfield. Officials say they are looking for Travis Schroer. An officer tried to stop Schroer for a probation and parole violation for a drug charge. He ditched his car and went running off into the woods.
A manhunt Tuesday night in Callaway County has residents near New Bloomfield concerned.
What we know right now is that a Missouri Highway Patrol helicopter and numerous law enforcement officers were searching on Route BB between County Road 432 and 436.
We were there about 7 p.m. and saw the officers spread over a wide area.
They seemed to be searching the woods for someone.
Law enforcement are not telling us who or why they were out here.
We received many calls and e-mails in the newsroom from people who saw the search, one woman said officer looked in her barn.
We'll continue to follow up and bring you more information when we hear more.