A Missouri resident was arrested last week in connection with a large amount of crystal methamphetamine being seized in Quincy and Palmyra, Mo.
Annette Garrett, 35, was arrested Sept. 14 after a two-week investigation by the Adams County Sheriff's Department and the Northeast Missouri Narcotics Task Force. Garrett was arrested in Quincy with more than 30 grams of crystal meth, known as ice, Sheriff Brent Fischer said.
Garrett gave investigators consent to search her residence in Palmyra, Mo., and the search resulted in the recovery of more than an ounce of cocaine, 15 grams of crystal meth and a small amount of cannabis.
Investigators say the seized crystal meth has a street value of about $10,000.
Garrett was formally charged last week in Adams County with meth conspiracy and delivery of more than 15 grams of meth, both Class X felonies.
She is being represented by court appointed attorney Holly Henze and has a preliminary hearing scheduled for Sept. 28 in Quincy. She remains in the Adams County Jail on $150,000 bond.
Other arrests are pending as the investigation continues, police said.