According to the probable cause statement, the victim, a Miller County resident, found Adam McNally, 34, in her home when she arrived at her home February 9, 2018

A Jefferson City resident, wanted for attempted theft at a McDonald's in Osage Beach, is facing a first-degree burglary charge, an unlawful possession of a firearm charge, and a possession of controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana/synthetic cannabinoid charge in Miller County. A warrant has been issued for his arrest with a $100,000 bond.

According to the probable cause statement, the victim, a Miller County resident, found Adam McNally, 34, in her home when she arrived at her home February 9, 2018. The victim also found two additional people outside her home. After a law enforcement officer arrived on the scene, the officer found weapons and drugs on McNally.

The probable cause statement stated that McNally had three fixed blade knives, a .22 pistol, methamphetamine, and Clonazepam, a schedule 4 narcotic in his jean pockets. McNally allegedly kept the methamphetamine in a zip lock baggie in his pocket; the Clonazepam was loose in his pocket. Officers later discovered that two knives in McNally's possession belonged to the victim.

In December 2017, McNally was the designated driver of an attempted armed robbery at a McDonald's in Osage Beach. McNally and his passenger allegedly tried to steal money from a McDonald's cashier while at the drive-thru.

He was released on recognizance bond earlier this month. McNally has multiple felony convictions: three for passing bad checks, three for forgery, and one for theft.