PETTIS COUNTY, Mo. — Formal drug charges have been filed against a Sedalia woman who was arrested during a drug raid in March.
A probable cause statement filed in Pettis County indicates that sheriff’s deputies served a warrant at a residence in the 1300 block of Boonville Road on March 14, 2018.
Upon arrival, officers found Elizabeth Knox alone inside the residence. She immediately complied with officers and directed them to a red safe, which she said contained the “stuff”.
Inside the safe, multiple packages of a substance which tested positive as methamphetamine was uncovered, weighing in at more than 28 grams.
A glass pipe with a white substance was also found in the safe. Officers recovered other pipes and drug paraphernalia from the residence as well.
When asked if she was selling methamphetamine, Knox replied “yes”, the probable cause statement alleges.
Knox is charged with felony delivery of a controlled substance, except 35 grams or less of marijuana, possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.
She is held on $100,000 bond, cash or surety allowed. Knox remains behind bars in Pettis County. Further court dates have not yet been set.