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Posted: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 11:48 am

    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.

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1 comment:

  • sarahl84 posted at 3:14 pm on Tue, May 10, 2011.

    sarahl84 Posts: 1

    This infurriates me. The arrest of Tony King was literally in my back yard. For the longest time I have thought that Summit Ridge Mobile home park was a retirement community, not a place where a meth head resides. My life and my families life could have possibly been in danger, and still maybe. If he was released on bond then he will probably just continue to do what he has been doing all along. I hope this man goes to prison for many many years!