According to a press release from the Sedalia Police Department’s STING UNIT, at 5:01 this  morning (May 14) Detectives, Officers and a K9 Unit with the Sedalia Police Department served a no-knock narcotics related search warrant at 409 North Grand. Upon arrival officers forced the front door open, and located six adults, who were detained without incident. There were also three juveniles in the residence at the time of the search warrant.

A search of the residence revealed methamphetamine, packaging supplies for drug sales, and drug related paraphernalia.The Sedalia Police Department’s K9 performed a sniff inside the residence and alerted to the presence of narcotic odor in the residence. An investigation revealed that methamphetamine, controlled prescription medications, and marijuana were being distributed by persons inside the residence.

Arrested at the scene was 24-year-old Marcus W. Iman, 24-year-old Melisa J. Dotson and 40-year-old Robert S. Fuemmeler. All three suspects were transported to the Pettis County jail, and placed on 24-hour hold pending multiple charges. Iman faces 8 drug related charges plus charges of unlawful transaction with a child X3, 1st degree child endangerment X3, and three failure to appear warrants with bonds totaling $10,638.50. Dotson has 4 drug related charges, plus charges of unlawful transaction with a child X3, and 1st degree child endangerment X3. Fuemmeler has 3 drug related charges.