A man was found allegedly breaking into vehicles Monday night at an auto dealership but he didn’t go quietly with police when they found him.
Three suspects were arrested after authorities found they were stealing power from a neighbor. Meth was found.
A meth dealing operation was stopped in Marmaduke thanks to work by the Greene County Sheriff.
Taylor led detectives to believe that he was distributing approximately one pound of methamphetamine a month.
One officer described the amount of, “trash, dirty diapers, wet mildew clothing, rotting food and drugs and paraphernalia,” the young children were living in.
The SCU confiscated more than 5 pounds of illicit drugs with a street value over $200,000.00, along with more than $8000 in cash and a gun.
An officer on patrol in a “high drug traffic area” ended up apprehending several for drug charges, including one with happy Halloween bags containing crystal meth.
The deputy gave chase for about 30 yards, then deployed a TASER to apprehend Andrew Lee Beyer
A former A-State professor was arrested Saturday for possession of meth, LSD, Xanax, and pot – all with intent to deliver charges.
Stop dealing meth and poisoning our community, leave Cleburne County, or be prepared to go to jail. – Sheriff Chris Brown