Five Hannibal Residents Arrested in Narcotics Investigation

Five Hannibal residents are facing drug charges after being arrested last (Monday) night during a drug raid.

The Hannibal Police Department’s Anti Crime Enforcement Squad executed a search warrant in the 2400 block of Chestnut Street, and report finding methamphetamine, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia.

Those arrested 18 year old Daneva Cheadle, 20 year old Kyle Murdock, 36 year old Jason Cheadle, 37 year old Teneka Cheadle, and 33 year old Marvin White.

New Banking Facility in Mexico Begins Construction

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Missouri Military Academy to Host First-ever Drill Competition Saturday

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KWWR Sports Report 12/2/22

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KWWR Sports Report 12/1/22

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