Five charged in meth bust
A week long investigation by the Macon County Sheriff's Office results in criminal charges against at least five suspects.
Charged were Nicki Hill, 31, of Shelbina. She is charged with manufacturing a controlled substance - methamphetamine. She remains at-large, and will be held under a $150,000 when arrested.
Jacquelyn Amidei Harrington, 33, of Bevier. She is charged with manufacturing a controlled substance-methamphetamine, possession of meth, two counts of tampering with a motor vehicle, and two counts of unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, she also remain at-large and will be held under a $160,000 bond when arrested.
Brandon Levell, 30, of Macon is charged with manufacturing a controlled substance-meth. He remains at large and will be held under a $150,000 bond following his arrest.
James Miller, 34, of Columbia, is charged with two counts of tampering with a motor vehicle, he is currently being held in the department of corrections.
Finally, McKenzie Weber, 24, of Macon is charged with receiving stolen property. She was taken into custody and then was released on bond.
Macon County Sheriff Robert Dawson told KTVO his office searched a Bevier residence after receiving a report of suspicious activity.
At the home deputies found numerous items, seen here, that are commonly used in the manufacture of meth. Deputies also noticed chemical burns on the inside of a vehicle parked on the property.
Further investigation by the sheriff's office discovered numerous stolen vehicles.
If you know the whereabouts of Nicki Hill, Jacquelyn Amidei Harrington, or Brandon Levell are asked to call the Macon County Sheriff's Office at 660-385-2062.