Unionville search warrant results in two arrests
Date 2012/8/22 9:52:45 | Topic: KTTN/KGOZ News
|Two Unionville residents have been arrested after a search of a home, near the Putnam County R-1 School buildings, led to the discovery of two methamphetamine labs, in addition to a handful of drugs, including meth, marijuana, and narcotic paraphernalia. Firearms and prescription pills were also found at the scene.|
The arrested people have been identified as 44-year old Michael Yarberry and 35-year old Marie Nelson, both of Unionville.
Yarberry has been charged with manufacturing of a controlled substance within 2,000 feet of a school, while he and Ms. Nelson were charged with possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, and maintaining a public nuisance.
Yarberry's bond has been set at $75,000, while Ms. Nelson's bond is $40,000.
The meth lab bust was executed by the Unionville Police Department and the Missouri State Highway Patrol at 6:30 on Tuesday morning, carrying out a search warrant at 511 South 17th Street in Unionville.