Thursday, February 21, 2013
Drug Task Force detectives said the St. Charles home housed a meth lab and a pseudoephedrine collection point.
An anonymous tip led police to stake out a residence in the 200 block of Boone’s Lick Road in St. Charles and later make an arrest. Patrick Corbett, 44, of the 600 block of Country Lake in St. Peters, was charged Feb. 5 with distributing a controlled substance. St. Charles County Drug Task Force detectives said a tip indicated there was a meth lab operating at a home in the 200 block of Boone’s Lick Road, and one person was heading to the home to pick up a large amount of pseudoephedrine in exchange for finished meth. According to the tip, Corbett and a relative had a large meth operation at the home. During surveillance on the home, detectives saw the homeowner and Corbett walk from the home and drive away. St. Charles Police stopped the …
Thursday, June 28, 2012
A check on a woman who bought too much pseudoephedrine leads Sheriff's Department detectives to two meth labs.
The St. Charles County Drug Task Force arrested three O’Fallon residents, including one at a St. Charles hotel, in a string of methamphetamine-related charges last week. Prosecutors filed charges in St. Charles County Circuit Court against the three June 20: Detectives said in a report that they checked on Riffle June 19 because she had a large pseudoephedrine purchase history, according to registry records Riffle told task force members she bought the meth ingredient and traded it to Harness and his girlfriend, Henke, for finished meth. Detectives found meth paraphernalia and a small amount of meth in Riffle’s bedroom, according to the report. Detectives discovered Harness agreed to sell a gram of meth for $100 to someone at America’s …
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Police said the woman had two meth labs in her home with her three children.
A St. Charles County grand jury indicted a woman Friday for endangering her children by having two meth labs in her home. Christine Garcia, 35, of the 3100 block of Woodbridge Drive in St. Charles, is charged with three counts of endangering a child. Garcia pleaded guilty last July to manufacturing methamphetamine in the 2000 block of Santa Rosa, where her children, ages 3, 12 and 15, lived with her. St. Charles Police said in the report that Garcia also violated parole and probation terms by having the meth labs in her home and by living with an unauthorized roommate. For more crime information on St. Charles Patch, see the following articles:
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
The three also face child endangerment charges as 3-year-old stayed in house near meth lab.
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Wednesday, May 16, 2012
A mother, son and daughter were charged Thursday in St. Charles County Circuit Court with manufacturing and possessing methamphetamine and endangering a child. Jonathan Trendley, 29, of the 700 block of Hazel Valley in Hazelwood, Kathryn Roloff, 52, and Kaylyn Clark, 17, both of the 2600 block of Falcons Way in St. Charles, were all charged with making and possessing meth and endangering a child. St. Charles County Sheriff’s detectives followed Trendley Wednesday to a St. Charles address where he traded $50 and one-fourth of a gram of meth for two boxes of pseudoephedrine pills, according to a sheriff’s department report. The detectives recovered the cash and meth from the address and pulled over Trendley at the QuikTrip at 225 North …