Sedalia STING Unit Serves Search Warrant on South Ingram Avenue, Finds Finds Meth and Other Drugs
Around 2:07 Tuesday morning (Feb. 11) detectives with the STING Unit and Patrol Officers responded to 2805 South Ingram Ave., Lot 7, to serve a search warrant. Upon entry to the residence, officers discovered methamphetamine, marijuana, prescription pills, drug paraphernalia, and materials commonly used to package drugs for sale.
A press release also states further indications of drugs being sold from the residence were found. Cash was discovered in the residence that is believed to be profit of illegal drug sales.
The suspect, 59-year-old Les D. Holt, was already incarcerated at the Pettis County Jail at the time of the search warrant, where he was being held pending $200,000 bond on a prior warrant for drug charges. Holt will face additional charges of distribution of a controlled substance within 2000 feet of a school (Marijuana), distribution of a controlled substance within 2000 feet of a school (Methamphetamine) and four separate counts of possession of a controlled substance (Methamphetamine, Marijuana, prescription pills, and possession of drug paraphernalia).