Macon 911 call leads to arrest of two northeast Missouri men
Tue, 27 May 2014 21:11:30 GMT —
Two northeast Missouri Drug suspects are behind bars.
It all started with a 911 call reporting an erratic driver on Highway 63 in Macon last Friday afternoon.
Police say before they got to it, the car had pulled off the roadway into a business' parking lot in Macon, where the driver and passenger reportedly had changed places.
They were just pulling back onto Highway 63 when police caught up to them.
Facing drug charges are Joshua England, 29, of Macon, and Santonio Parker, 36, of Kirksville.
Both men are charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of more than 35 grams of marijuana.
England is also charged with driving while intoxicated, and Parker is charged with driving while revoked.
Bond for both suspects is set at $9,000 dollars cash only.
Macon Police say the men gave officers permission to search their vehicle.
Investigators say they found a large amount of marijuana and another controlled substance.
The vehicle was impounded and both men were taken to the Macon County Jail, where they remain in custody.
Macon Police were assisted by the Macon County Sheriff's Office and the North Missouri Drug Task Force.