Drug Busts Made Tuesday by Both The Sedalia Police Department And The Pettis County Sheriff’s Department
According to two press releases KSIS received this (Wednesday) afternoon on Tuesday Sedalia and Pettis County law enforcement officers arrested suspects on drug related charges.
At 1:50 Tuesday Sedalia Police Department Patrol Officers responded to 662 East 10th on a possible disturbance. Upon arrival officers made contact with a female subject, who denied there was a problem, and allowed the officers to walk through the residence to verify that everything was fine. As the officers walked through the home they noticed a large amount of marijuana sitting in plain view. After discovering the marijuana the officers contacted the Drug Enforcement Unit to assist in the investigation. During the investigation the report states there was additional evidence found to indicate the female subject identified as 37-year-old Amber L. Kuhns was distributing marijuana from the residence. Kuhns was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail, and placed on 24-hour hold pending charges of Possession with the Intent to Distribute Marijuana (Felony), Possession of Marijuana (Felony), and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
The Press Release from the Pettis County Sheriff’s Department states, that on Tuesday Deputies from the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office, with the assistance of the Missouri State Highway patrol responded to a reported disturbance at a residence on West Prairie Grove Road in Rural Pettis County. During an investigation Marijuana, and items used to grow Marijuana was found. A search warrant for was obtained the residence, which resulted in the discovery of a large amount of Marijuana, and additional items used to grow Marijuana. Arrested at the scene were 35-year-old Robert Vanderpool, and 36-year-old Angelina Summers. Both suspects have been charged with possession of a controlled substance (Class C Felony) and Manufacturing/Producing a Controlled Substance (Class B Felony). The Press Release states both suspects are being held in the Pettis County jail pending $50,000 bonds.