Four Bridgeton and Maryland Heights area residents were among those charged as a result of a two-year U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency investigation into methamphetamine production in St. Louis County.
Friday, December 14, 2012
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Those arrested include residents in Maryland Heights, Bridgeton, St. Charles and much of North and Northwest St. Louis County.
A two-year U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency investigation brought 62 charges against 30 people involved in producing methamphetamine in North and Northwest St. Louis County. - - - - - Sign up for our free daily newsletter or like us on our Maryland Heights Facebook page for all the latest news regarding Maryland Heights. - - - - - Charges were filed in St. Louis County Circuit Court last week against people in a web-like network of at least 26 people. Those involved in the meth ring include residents of Maryland Heights, Bridgeton, St. Charles, St. Ann, Overland, Breckenridge Hills, Woodson Terrace, St. John, Bel Ridge and unincorporated St. Louis County. Information from the St. Louis County Prosecutor’s office indicates police still are …
Thursday, November 1, 2012
The United States Department of Justice says Rachelle Payne, 34, and Brice Fowler, Sr., 55—both of Maryland Heights—conspired to distribute cocaine and heroin. They face ten years to life in prison.
A man and woman from Maryland Heights have been indicted on on charges that they conspired, along with nine others, to distribute cocaine and heroin for years. According to the United States Department of Justice release, Rachelle Payne, 34, and Brice Fowler, Sr., 55—both of Maryland Heights—helped distribute the drugs as early as 2009 and continuing into 2012. Other defendants expected to appear in federal court include: The applied charges carry a penalty of ten years to life in prison. The case was investigated by the FBI, DEA and St. Louis County Police Department. Assistant United States Attorney Tiffany Becker is handling the case for the U.S. Attorney's Office. As is always the case, the release…