Suspicious Behavior During Traffic Stop Leads to Three Arrests
Police discovered what is believed to be methamphetamine in a vehicle that was stopped on February 23 after officers observed "suspicious movements" by the occupants.
According to the Hannibal Police Department, officers initiated a traffic stop, but the vehicle continued to drive, and eventually parked at a residence. Police say they observed the occupants of the vehicle acting suspiciously, and conducted a search. A substance believed to be methamphetamine was reportedly discovered inside the vehicle, along with open liquor, and what is believed to be marijuana.
34-year-old Jessica Charlton was arrested for possession of methamphetamine, three municipal warrants, and a felony Marion County warrant for possession of methamphetamine.
Police also arrested 34-year-old Jason Cheadle for open liquor and one municipal warrant, and 35-year-old Robert Karlinski for possession of marijuana, open liquor, and a municipal warrant.
Charlton was transported to the Marion County Jail on the felony warrant, while Cheadle and Karlinski were released on bond.