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Hannibal Police Department launches illegal drug distribution effort


CONTRIBUTED/PIXABAY
For The Courier-Post
Posted: Nov. 18, 2019 4:00 pm

HANNIBAL —Hannibal police officers with the Anti-Crime Enforcement Squad conducted a series of illegal drug enforcement efforts from Wednesday, November 13 through Friday, November 15, stemming from several months of narcotic distribution investigations.

On Wednesday, November 13, Hannibal police ACES officers, assisted by the Shelbina Missouri Police Department K-9 executed a search at 1925 Broadway. Three subjects were taken into custody. Substances believed to be methamphetamine; marijuana, drug paraphernalia and a firearm were recovered from the residence.

Tyler S. Franklin, 27, of Hannibal, was charged with delivery of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), Marion County — $100,000 cash or bond; and a failure to appear warrant, Monroe County — $10,000 cash only bond. Franklin remains incarcerated in the Marion County Jail.

Shyann L. Standbridge, 25, of Hannibal, was arrested for a failure to appear warrant from Marion County — $100 cash only bond.

On Friday, November 15, a search warrant was executed at 99B Carriage Road. Members of Hannibal Police ACES and Special Response Team (SRT) were assisted by the Missouri State Highway Patrol K-9. Three subjects were taken into custody. Substances believed to be heroin, marijuana and drug paraphernalia were recovered from the residence.

Michael Perry, 38, of Hannibal, was charged with felony counts of delivery of a controlled substance (heroin) — $100,000 cash or bond and a felony Marion County probation violation warrant with Marion County — $20,000 cash only.

Jeremy W. Keim, 41, of Hannibal, was arrested for a warrant for failure to appear with the City of Hannibal. He was released after paying the bond amount.

Additional subjects may face charges pending the issuance of an arrest warrant, and additional charges may be filed. Further enforcement actions will be underway for the next few weeks concerning the investigations by the ACES.

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