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Ozark County Woman Faces Drug, Weapon Charges

An Ozark County woman is facing drug trafficking and weapons charges following officers serving a search warrant in the early morning hours Monday in the Tecumseh area.

Ozark County Sheriff Cass Martin announces in a social media post the arrest of Betty Ousley of Tecumseh after officers from the Ozark County/Douglas County Multi-Jurisdictional Task Force discovered a large amount of a substance field testing positive for methamphetamine inside Ousley’s residence. Guns, pills, marijuana and cash were also located in the home.

Ousley is charged with
– Trafficking drugs, first degree, Felony A;

– Possession of a controlled substance, Felony D;

– Four counts of unlawful use of a weapon/possession of a weapon and a felony controlled substance, Felony F;

– Keeping or maintaining a public nuisance, Felony E;

– Unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, Misdemeanor D; and

– Possession of marijuana, Misdemeanor D.

Ousley is being held in the Ozark County Jail on $25,000 cash-only bond.

All substances located will be sent to the state crime lab for further testing.

(From KTLO)

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