Fugitive Arrested in Bethany

BETHANY, MO – A fugitive is behind bars following his arrest on Tuesday in Harrison County.

The Bethany Police Department says 38-year-old Brady Harville had an active warrant for absconding and was observed at a residence on South 9th Street in Bethany on Tuesday afternoon. Officers pursued Harville who they say fled on foot. Harrison County Dispatch received numerous calls about a male matching Harville’s description running in the area, bleeding heavily.

Harville was eventually taken into custody with assistance from the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office, Missouri State Highway Patrol, Gentry County K-9 Unit and NTA drone services.

Missouri Department of Corrections records show Harville was released from prison where he had been serving a 15-year sentence on numerous charges including burglary, stealing and controlled substance crimes. Harville is also wanted in DeKalb County where he is charged with a burglary from October of last year. He now faces an additional charge of resisting arrest in Harrison County from Tuesday’s events.