LEBANON, Missouri- The Laclede County Sheriff’s Office says they have submitted Probable Cause Statements against two Lebanon women for their alleged possession of over 100 grams of methamphetamine.
The drugs were seized after a Laclede County Deputy made a traffic stop in the area of Missouri Highway OO and Eisenhower Road at 2:20 a.m. this morning. The truck was stopped reference a defective passenger side tail lamp, the agency said in a release.
The driver Evelyn Jo Dame, 43, and a passenger Cheryl R. Mosier, 49, were arrested at scene. Dame is currently on federal probation for distribution of a controlled substance.
On average, the price of crystal meth is $80/gram according to a rehab center.