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      Three arrested in mid-week drug raid

      Clinton Eugene Arnold, 39
      A police raid in Clark County ended with the arrest of three people.Sheriff Paul Gaudette says deputies from the Clark County Sheriff's Office along with members of the Kahoka Police Department, Missouri State Highway Patrol and the North Missouri Drug Task Force, executed a search warrant at RR1 Box 130 in Alexandria Wednesday afternoon.During the search of the residence, several items related to the manufacture of methamphetamines were discovered, along with an indoor marijuana grow.

      There were also several items of drug paraphernalia present, used for the injection of methamphetamine and ingestion of marijuana.

      Three individuals were present at the home during the time of the search and all were taken into custody.

      The first, David Edward Terry, 43, was arrested for distributing, delivering, manufacturing, producing or attempting to or possessing with the intent to distribute, deliver, manufacture, produce meth a class B felony, distributing, delivering, manufacturing, producing or attempting to or possess with the intent to distribute, deliver, manufacture, and produce marijuana, a class B felony, and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, a class D Felony.

      Also present at the home during the time of the search were Clinton Eugene Arnold, 39, and Lonnette Ann Sutterfield, 39. Both are charged with distributing, delivering, manufacturing, producing or attempting to or possess with the intent to distribute, deliver, manufacture, produce meth, a class B felony, and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, a class D felony.

      These individuals apparently produced methamphetamine using Sudafed obtained from other members of the community.

      All three are being held at the Clark County Detention Center in Kahoka, Mo. on $50,000 cash only bond.