Two Hannibal men with outstanding parole warrants are behind bars after Hannibal police caught them in an alleged drug dealing situation.

Two Hannibal men with outstanding parole warrants are behind bars after Hannibal police caught them in an alleged drug dealing situation.

On Tuesday, Aug. 29, Hannibal Police Officers assigned to the Anti-Crime Enforcement Squad (ACES), went to a residence on Heritage Drive after receiving information regarding the possible distribution of a controlled substance and a subject hiding with a felony warrant. Upon arrival officers, encountered subjects who ran inside the residence. A short time later a male subject jumped out of a window and was arrested. Officers detained the remaining residents and obtained a search warrant for the residence.

During the course of the search, items were located which allegedly tested positive for methamphetamine. A firearm was located in a bedroom which was found to be in the possession of a felon.

The following subjects were arrested as a result of the investigation:

Dennis Kroencke, 48, of Hannibal, was arrested on a probation and parole warrant.John Vogel, 31, also of Hannibal, was also arrested on probation and parole warrant, and on suspicion of unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a controlled substance.

Vogel and Kroencke were transported to the Marion County Jail. Two other men were also arrested during the incident. Because they have not yet been formally charged, the Courier-Post is not releasing their identities.