On Thursday, Oct. 21, members of the Crime Resolution Unit, Pettis County Sheriff’s Office and Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force served a no-knock search warrant at 24103 Post Oak Street (Georgetown). related to an on-going drug investigation.

At the time of entry into the home, a male and female subject were taken into custody without incident. A second male subject was located inside a camper parked on the property, and was also taken into custody.

The Pettis County K9 Unit was on scene and K9 Cav was deployed into the home. K9 Cav alerted to the presence of illegal drugs and a detailed search was conducted by officers and deputies. The search revealed a significant amount of methamphetamine, marijuana, and additional evidence to indicate the substances were being distributed from the home. In addition, evidence was located to show methamphetamine was being manufactured within the home, utilizing the one-pot “Shake and Bake” method.

At the conclusion of the investigation, the three adult subjects were arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail, where they were placed on 24-hour holds. The suspects and charges are as follows:

Robert “Bobby” Hall, 52 years old:
1st Degree Drug Trafficking – Methamphetamine
Manufacturing A Controlled Substance – Methamphetamine
Possession With Intent To Distribute A Controlled Substance – Marijuana
Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia
Pettis County Warrant – Failure to appear for burglary and stealing
Total Bond: $15,000.00 cash/surety and $500 cash only
Benton County Warrant – Burglary
Total Bond: $10,000.00 cash/surety
Lee’s Summit Warrant – Failure To Appear For Traffic Offenses
Total Bond: $1,600.00

Amanda N. Lawson, 38 years old:
1st Degree Drug Trafficking – Methamphetamine
Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia

David L. Paxton, 60 years old:
Possession Of A Controlled Substance – Methamphetamine
Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia
1st Degree Child Molestation
This charge is stemming from a separate SPD case being investigated by the Criminal Investigations Bureau

This investigation was the result of a coordinated effort between the Sedalia Police Department, Pettis County Sheriff’s Office and Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force.

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Randy Kirby

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