Tag: drug

Warrant leads to drug arrest in Callaway County

| February 10, 2019

Deputies reportedly found meth and paraphernalia when the served an arrest warrant in Callaway County Friday morning.

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Man accused of drug trafficking in Cooper Co. back in court

| February 5, 2019

A probable cause statement suggests a search of the vehicle led to the seizure of 80 lbs of marijuana in vacuum-sealed packages.

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Teen accused of drug and alcohol possession in Daviess County

| February 3, 2019

The Missouri Highway Patrol says Hannah E. Mehrhoff, 18, was in possession of an intoxicating beverage and prescription medication when she was stopped in Daviess County.

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Paris drug bust ends with arrest

| February 1, 2019

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, in cooperation with state Highway Patrol, and east central drug task force, executed a warrant at Pitts Street in Paris.

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Arraignment today in Henry County drug and firearm case

| February 1, 2019

Travis Hankins, 32, of Windsor will be arraigned for distributing drugs, and illegal use of a weapon and drug paraphernalia in Henry County.

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Gallatin teen freed after initial arraignment on drug charge

| January 31, 2019

An arraignment was postponed for a Gallatin teen arrested for drug possession during a traffic stop in Clinton County.

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Search warrant results in Brookfield arrest

| January 27, 2019

Marci Rose, 63, of Brookfield his being held on Linn County charges for drug and weapons possession.

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Columbia man jailed after traffic stop in Boone County

| January 26, 2019

The Missouri Highway Patrol claims Brennen P. DeMarco was speeding in Boone County, before drugs were found in his possession.

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Surety allowed for California couple on drug charges in Saline County.

| January 26, 2019

Bond for Santos Urban, 41 and his wife Jennifer Urban, 35, of Redding California was not reduced but surety bond will be allowed in Saline County.

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