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Ralls County Sheriff's Department
Ralls County Sheriff's Department

New London Police and Ralls County Sheriff’s Department Make Drug Arrests

Three northeast Missouri residents were arrested following a joint investigation between the New London Police Department and Ralls County Sheriff's Department. 

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Adams County Courthouse - Quincy, Illinois
Kurt Parsons

Two Meth Arrests in Quincy Monday Evening

Two Quincy men face meth related charges following use of a search warrant at their residence Monday evening.

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Gott, Powell and Campbell
Hannibal Police Department

Three Hannibal Residents Arrested on Drug Charges

Officers of the Hannibal Police Department responded to a residence in the 1300 block of Hill St Thursday afternoon, in an attempt to locate a subject with an active narcotics warrant.

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Hannibal Arrests

DFS Investigation Leads to Meth Arrests in Hannibal

The Hannibal Police Department made four meth-related arrests on the morning of July 17 in the 3300 block of Market Street.

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Eric S. Pulsifer,
Hannibal Police Department

Hannibal Man Charged With Possession of a Controlled Substance

A Hannibal man is being charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance following his arrest on June 17.

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Monroe City Missouri Drug Arrests
Northeast Missouri Narcotics Task Force

NEMO Narcotics Task Force Discovers Meth, Drug Paraphernalia and Marijuana, Four Arrested

The Northeast Missouri Narcotics Task Force has arrested four individuals after conducting a search warrant in Monroe City.

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Phil Walter, Getty Images
Phil Walter, Getty Images

Two Drug Related Arrests in Northwest Quincy

Discovery of meth making materials in a residence on Scenic Drive in Quincy results in two arrests.

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Adams County Courthouse - Quincy, Illinois
Kurt Parsons

Quincy Fire Investigation Leads to Meth Arrest

On 06/15/15 at approximately 0314 hours, the Quincy Police Department and Quincy Fire Department were sent to 603 N 8th Street in reference to a structure fire.  

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O'Conner and Embree
Illinois State Police

Two Quincyans Arrested on Meth Charges

Two Quincy residents face methamphetamine related charges following a search  at 830 North 22nd.

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David Clayton
Kurt Parsons

Marion County Prosecutor David Clayton Comments on Drug Arrests in Hannibal

A large number of illegal drug-related arrests were announced at the Hannibal Police Department during a morning press conference of August 26. Hannibal Police say an important element to the successful arrests of these individuals is a positive working relationship between the Hannibal Police Department and the Marion County Prosecuting Office and Ralls County Prosecuting Office.

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