FORSYTH — Taney County sheriff’s deputies executed two methamphetamine busts last week, making a total of five arrests.
The first search warrant was served April 28 at a residence on White River Mountain Boulevard in Hollister, where deputies arrested 21-year-old Kayla M. Dollard, of Hollister; 23-year-old Phylisa R. Cooper, of Lampe; 33-year-old Elizabeth Figueroa-Mata, of Branson; and 34-year-old Justin W. Trowbridge, of Nixa. According to a press release from Sheriff Jimmie Russell, deputies seized meth, paraphernalia and synthetic narcotics at this residence. All four suspects were charged with class C felony drug possession, according to Missouri Case.net. Additionally, Dollard, Figueroa-Mata and Trowbridge were charged with unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, a class D felony, while Cooper was charged with two counts of drug possession. Trowbridge is also charged in Taney County with first-degree motor vehicle tampering in an unrelated case, according to Case.net.
The three women are being held at the Taney County Jail in Forsyth pending payment of a $10,000 bond. The bond for Trowbridge, who is also at the facility, is set at $20,000.
The second search warrant was served Thursday at Summit Ridge Mobile Home Park in Forsyth, where deputies arrested 54-year-old Tony E. King, of Forsyth. King has since been released on a $5,000 bond, according to the press release.