Three Arrested In Audrain County Drug Bust

Three Mexico residents are being accused of distributing and possessing Methamphetamine following an arrest by the East Central Drug Task Force.

Along with the Highway Patrol and the Audrain County Sheriff’s Office the Task Force reports serving a search warrant on Wednesday in the 8700 block of Missouri Highway 15 in Audrain County.

Police report finding meth, marijuana, drug paraphernailia, and a Doolittle trailer with a defaced vehicle identification number.

Those arrested were 40 year old Brian Allan Cash, 56 year old Billy Ray Rodenbaugh, and 35 year old Renea Nicole Hill.

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