Officers of the Lake Ozark Police Department received information of possible illegal drug activity at the Myers Center in Lake Ozark on Friday, Feb. 3.
The Myers Center, according to its City Business License, offers “Educational Classes.” Officers observed a white male they knew to be a wanted felon in Camden County enter the business. Subsequent investigation led to the issuance and service of a search warrant of the property.
Officers located a significant amount of methamphetamine, marijuana, prescription medication and drug paraphernalia. Officers also located a five year old juvenile female in a closet with the door closed.
The three adults present were:
Marlan “Johnny” Myers, 35.
Kevin “Zack” Snapp, 23.
Natasha Renee Carlisle, 24.
Snapp was arrested and transported to the Camden County Sheriff’s Department Jail for the felony, no bond warrant for possession of a controlled substance.
Myers and Carlisle were transported to the Miller County Jail and charged with felony possession and distribution of the various narcotics discovered. Bond for each was set at $300,000.00.
All three face the charge of felony endangering the welfare of a child.
The Missouri Department of Family Services, Children’s Division, is arranging care for the five-year-old girl.