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  • Traffic stop leads to meth bust, high-speed chase

  • A high-speed chase wasn't enough to deter law enforcement from arresting two lake-area residents on drug charges.
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  • A high-speed chase wasn't enough to deter law enforcement from arresting two lake-area residents on drug charges.
    On June 4, deputies with the Camden County Street Crimes Task Force attempted to conduct a traffic stop on Highway 54 near Passover Road in Osage Beach. The driver of the vehicle attempted to flee at high speeds, however after approximately a mile, the vehicle stopped.
    The deputies arrested the driver, Sheila Patterson Bacon, 48, of Osage Beach and passenger, Mark Thomas Bruska, 30, of Camdenton. During the search of the vehicle a .25 caliber pistol and methamphetamine was located.
    Bacon was arrested and charged with a probation warrant, felony resisting arrest, possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine and felon in possession of a firearm. She is currently being held in the Camden County Adult Detention Facility no bond allowed.
     
    Bruska was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine. He also had a warrant for his arrest for possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine out of Camden County. He is currently being held in the Camden County Adult Detention Facility no bond allowed.
     
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