The Reporter covers Miller, Morgan and Camden County in Central Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks and is published once per week on Wednesdays.
Published October 12, 2022
Three arrested after Lake Ozark search warrant served
CAMDEN COUNTY – Three people have been arrested after a search warrant was served at a residence in Lake Ozark last week.
On Wednesday afternoon (October 5) deputies from the Camden County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) and Task Force Officers from the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group served a search warrant at an apartment on Casa del Rio Drive in Lake Ozark.
As a result of the search warrant, law enforcement officers said they recovered and seized fentanyl, cocaine, psylocibin mushrooms, methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia commonly used in the distribution and consumption of controlled substances.
Arrested at the scene were Drew C Caudill, 32; Gino O Johnson, 35; and Chloee E Brummitt, 20.
All three subjects were transported to the Camden County Adult Detention Facility and have since been charged with multiple offenses.
Caudill was charged with Possession Of Controlled Substance Except 35 Grams Or Less Of Marijuana/Synthetic Cannabinoid (Felony). He was released on a summons and will appear before Judge Jackson on October 19.
Johnson was charged with:
He was issued summonses and will also appear before Judge Jackson on October 19.
The CCSO said Johnson is still in custody on a Probation Violation and is being held without bond.
Brummitt was charged with three counts of Possession Of Controlled Substance Except 35 Grams Or Less Of Marijuana/Synthetic Cannabinoid (Felony), Unlawful Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia (Misdemeanor) and Possession Of Marijuana/Synthetic Cannabinoid Of 10 Grams Or Less (Misdemeanor.
She was issued summonses to appear before Judge Jackson on October 19.
Brummitt is still in custody on warrants for Failure to Appear and Contempt of Court and is being held without bond, according to the CCSO.
The CCSO reminds people that these charges are merely allegations of wrongdoing. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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