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The Daily Guide - Waynesville, MO
  • More details revealed in meth bust case

  • Records say Jason Inman allowed others to make meth methamphetamine in home while three children were there.
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  • Last week Pulaski County Sheriff deputies and members of the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group (LANEG) raided the home of a Richland man and found several items related to the production of methamphetamine.
    Jason Inman, 38, of Richland, was charged with with manufacturing or attempting to manufacture or produce more than five grams of marijuana in a residence with a child, possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of a marijuana, and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia (amphetamine/methamphetamine), as well three counts of child endangerment.
    According to the probable cause statement, the methamphetamine laboratories were located in Inman's bedroom. Inman stated that Brandon Montgomery, 21, of Richland, had manufactured methamphetamine while Inman's three children were inside the residence, located on the 2600 block of Stone Road in Richland.
    The probable cause statement said that Inman's three children are ages 11, 10 and 6. The report states that there was no power and no food inside the residence for the children.
    Inman is also on the registered sex offenders list for statutory rape in the second degree in 2012, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol Report.
    According to online court documents, Angel Balsley, Tarra Williamson, Matthew Brown, Tammy Sufficoll, Tyler Sufficoll, and Brandon Montgomery all were also charged last week with manufacturing or attempting to manufacture or produce more than five grams of marijuana in a residence with a child, possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of a marijuana, and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia (amphetamine/methamphetamine).

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