On Tuesday, June 20, at 8:55 p.m., Hannibal Police Officers assigned to the Anti-Crime Enforcement Squad (ACES) were conducting surveillance in the 1300 block of Union Street when they observed Samuel Workman, 35, of Hannibal, who was wanted on a May 9 warrant for possession of methamphetamine, and a parole warrant. Officers contacted Workman who fled on foot.

On Tuesday, June 20, at 8:55 p.m., Hannibal Police Officers assigned to the Anti-Crime Enforcement Squad (ACES) were conducting surveillance in the 1300 block of Union Street when they observed Samuel Workman, 35, of Hannibal, who was wanted on a May 9 warrant for possession of methamphetamine, and a parole warrant. Officers contacted Workman who fled on foot.

According to the Hannibal Police Department, a Taser device was used to subdue Workman. Officers allegedly found a large quantity of methamphetamine and currency on and around his person.

Officers remained on scene after Workman was transported to the Marion County Jail. A male identified as Steven Motley, 38, also of Hannibal, approached the residence. Motley realized the subjects at the residence were police officers and attempted to walk away. Motley was detained and was found to have the following warrants: Ralls County Warrant for Probation Violation, Marion County Felony Warrant for Unlawful Use of a Weapon, and a municipal warrant.

A search warrant was served at Workman’s residence where a large quantity of methamphetamine, and a large sum of currency were found.

Workman and Motley were transported to the Marion County Jail on their warrants. The Hannibal Police Department was assisted by the Ralls County Sheriff’s Department K-9 unit.