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Significant Amount of Fentanyl Seized in Branson Drug Raid

Photo courtesy Branson Tri-Lakes News

Two men are in the Taney County Jail after the execution of a search warrant related to an ongoing drug investigation in Branson and Taney County.

Corey Allan Jackson, 39, was arrested after a raid in Branson on Tuesday, Dec. 14. Jackson is facing a charge of second degree drug trafficking and three first degree counts of endangering the welfare of a child.

Court documents say on Friday, Dec. 10, the department obtained a search warrant from Judge Yarnell for the residence at 621 Eiserman Ave. after investigators were able to determine Jackson was living at the location.

The Branson PD, working with the Taney County Sheriff’s Office, discovered Jackson was selling fentanyl in the Branson area. The two law enforcement agencies carried out the Dec. 14 raid.

While the warrant was being served on Jackson and his residence, Dwayne White, 56, became involved in an incident involving Branson police and Taney County deputies responding to assist the drug raid. 

More on this incident is with the full story on the Branson Tri-Lakes News Website.

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