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Photo courtesy Pettis County Sheriff's Office

PETTIS COUNTY, Mo. - A two-month long drug investigation results in the arrest of two suspects during a coordinated traffic stop in Sedalia.

Reportedly arrested is Bradley J. Markell, 25, of Sedalia, on charges of 2nd degree trafficking, two counts delivery of a controlled substance, drug possession, and a previous burglary arrest warrant with a $50,000 bond. Additionally, Brandy M. Holt, 44, of Alabama, faces 2nd degree trafficking, two counts delivery of a controlled substance, and drug possession charges.

Pettis County Sheriff Brad Anders in a release indicates an investigation focused on methamphetamine distribution in Sedalia and surrounding areas of Pettis County allegedly revealed approximately one and a half ounces of methamphetamine, one half pound of psilocybin mushrooms, and various drug paraphernalia in a vehicle when a K9 unit alerted authorities.

A search warrant executed on the 100 block of Main Street in Sedalia later allegedly found an unspecified number of unidentified pills, 83 suspected Xanax pills, psilocybin infused chocolates, assorted drug paraphernalia, and over $1,000 cash.