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Two out-of-state residents face marijuana charges after a traffic stop on Interstate 70 in Lafayette County.
Three men were arrested Thursday following the execution of a search warrant at a 36th Street home.
The Pettis County Juvenile Office experiences a variety of issues related to problems with adolescents on a daily basis. The two most common, serious infractions officers face with minors are increased incidences of sexting and the use of marijuana.
Two people were arrested Thursday after Sedalia police discovered a marijuana growing operation during the execution of a search warrant at a home on Rainbow Drive.
WARRENSBURG — Police were seeking charges against a 21-year-old man on allegations of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, according to Warrensburg Police Lt. Randy Eich.
A Kansas woman is charged with attempting to deliver marijuana concealed in a balloon to a prison in Tipton, according to the Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force.
Pettis County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested two people on drug charges, according to a written statement from the sheriff’s office.
Pettis County Sheriff deputies with air support from the Missouri Army National Guard’s Reconnaissance and Interdiction Detachment discovered a large cultivated marijuana operation Friday and arrested a rural Sedalia man.
Two Sedalia residents face drug charges after police intercepted a shipment of marijuana, according to a report from the Sedalia Police Department.
A Kansas City woman faces drug charges after Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers searched her vehicle during a traffic stop on Interstate 70 in Saline County.
Two Sedalia residents were arrested Tuesday after Sedalia Police officers found marijuana plants and firearms at a home in the 100 block of East Walnut Street.
Two Sedalia residents have been released from Pettis County Jail each on a $100,000 bond after police found a hidden stairwell leading to the basement where 30 marijuana plants were growing.
A Stover man was charged with possession and distribution of marijuana after police said they saw plants growing on his property near Ivy Bend Road.
Four Sedalia residents were arrested after a search of their home found meth and marijuana, according to the Sedalia Police Department.
The Morgan County Sheriff's Office dismantled a large-scale marijuana growing operation last weekend on a property off of state Route FF in Morgan County.
The Henry County Sheriff’s Office arrested two people after serving a search warrant March 6 in Clinton.
K2, a mix of herbs such that is combined with synthetic cannabinoids to produce a high similar to marijuana, has been banned in Pettis County.
Officers served a search warrant at a Sedalia home and collected more than an ounce of marijuana.
Sedalia police arrested a man after serving a search warrant at his home.
A Sedalia man was arrested after officers found marijuana in his vehicle.
Two Indiana men were arrested after Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers found several pounds of marijuana in their vehicle.
Early last month, Missouri Supreme Court Chief Justice William Ray Price Jr. called for reforms of our criminal justice system, including incarcerating fewer nonviolent offenders. Price argued that such changes would both decrease recidivism and save the state money by decreasing prison budgets, and he was widely applauded by editorialists across the state for his stance. However, when a bill to ban K2, a chemical used as a synthetic substitute for marijuana, received its first public hearing little more than a week later, newspapers were equally eager to support the restriction. It should not be necessary to point out that increasing the number of nonviolent offenses is not obviously compatible with decreasing the number of nonviolent offenders behind bars. Furthermore, although enforcing a ban on K2 would require spending additional tax dollars, it is unlikely to lower the rate of drug use significantly.
A Pettis County woman was arrested after officers found several marijuana plants growing in her home.
A Sedalia man was arrested Tuesday after officers found meth and marijuana in his home.