Franklin County is one of the top meth-producing counties in the top meth-producing state in the nation, but that appears to be changing.
A Washington, Missouri man accused of cooking meth in a home that was being used as a child daycare center is expected to be sentenced today.
70 communities across Missouri have pseudoepehdrine laws and Franklin County Sheriff’s Detective Sgt. Jason Grellner says meth production has dropped significantly in those areas.
Some hospitalized patients remain there up to six months with hospital costs sometimes exceeding one million dollars, often with no insurance.
Jefferson County Police are searching for three people accused of running over a Cedar Hill man outside his home Thursday night.
U.S. District Judge Nanette K. Laughrey in Jefferson City on Friday sided with the American Civil Liberties Union, which sued Linn State Technical College on behalf of six students.
It was the second straight year of decline, but experts said it could just be a blip and it’s too early to tell if there’s a trend to explain the drop.
Twenty-five people, including several members of the Saddle Tramps Motorcyle Club, face federal drug charges after a major meth and cocaine bust.
32-year-old Robert L. Bunch of Doe Run entered the plea on Friday to a charge of attempted manufacture of meth as a prior and persistent offender. Prosecutors will seek a 24-year prison term.
Witnesses contacted police after seeing burning clothes on the sidewalk and a nude man running from the scene.