Authorities say most of the suspects confessed to their roles in the crimes.
Several pharmacies in the St. Louis area are now selling the first-ever pseudoephedrine-based decongestant that apparently cannot be used to make methamphetamine.
The Springfield News-Leader reports the Springfield woman told police she might have smoked meth with her daughter five or six times.
They’re making meth in “superlabs” and using already established marijuana and cocaine pipelines to ship it into the region.
Come November, local pharmacies will begin offering a new decongestant — manufactured in Maryland Heights — that cannot be converted into meth.
Meth incidents rising in St. Charles Co. despite pseudoephedrine ban.
If you are in the market for a baby sitter, I doubt you would call this woman.
Trial is under way for a St. Charles County deputy Christopher Hunt.
A man who told investigators he was high on methamphetamine when he killed two sisters at a northwest Missouri home was charged Monday with two counts of first-degree murder.
Dale Kawamura believed to be in California.