Tag: Marijuana

Columbia woman held on drug allegations in Dekalb County

| February 17, 2019

Sara N. Nelson, 21, of Columbia spent the night in jail on drug allegations by the Missouri Highway Patrol.

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Driver held after several medications found in Miller County

| February 17, 2019

An Eldon woman, Lisa K. Shockley, 48, did not have prescriptions to go with several medications found during a Miller County car stop.

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Georgia man held on drug allegation in Boone County.

| February 17, 2019

The report does not identify the controlled substance seized from a Georgia driver Saturday, in Boone County.

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Motion seeks to delay tomorrow’s preliminary setting in Livingston County

| February 13, 2019

The attorney for Randy R. Campbell, 36, of Chillicothe, seeks to delay preliminary hearing in drug case.

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Vermont man arrested under suspicion of felony marijuana possession

| February 11, 2019

A Vermont man was taken to jail in Lafayette County after Missouri State Highway Patrol allegedly discovered a large amount of drugs in his possession. 

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Lexington woman charged in Ray County scheduled for hearing

| February 5, 2019

Charges out of Ray County Circuit Court indicate the defendant was in possession of marijuana and prescription pills

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Woman arrested in Cass County for DWI and possession of drugs and paraphernalia

| February 3, 2019

Amy L. Tompkins, 30, of Belton was apprehended in Cass County for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

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Stolen gun reportedly seized in Randolph County

| February 1, 2019

The Missouri Highway Patrol report says Troy C. Brown, 25, was in possession of a stole firearm during hie arrest in Randolph County yesterday morning.

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California man pleads not guilty in Cooper County drug case

| January 31, 2019

Zechariah Heryford, 37, of Galt, California, has pleaded not guilty to charges he transported 115 pounds of marijuana in Cooper County.

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