UPDATE ON PREVIOUS STORY
Three Shelbina residents were arrested Monday, Nov. 23, the result of a lengthy narcotics investigation.
Shelbina Interim City Marshal Jeff Brown identified the individuals as Dakota Anders, age 20; Courtney Sickal, age 24 and 66-year-old Kathleen A. Worland.
Anders, Sickal and Worland were taken into custody on two counts each of Class C Felony Delivery of a Controlled Substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid.
All three were taken to the Shelby County Jail. Anders and Sickal initially were held in lieu of $10,000 cash only bonds. Worland’s cash only bond was $5,000. They were released on their own recognizance Nov. 25.
According to a Northeast Missouri Drug Task Force press release Friday, Nov. 27, a Shelbyville man was taken into custody as a part of the sting operation on Saturday, Nov. 21.
Jeffrey L. Bock, 49, was arrested for four counts of Delivery of a Controlled Substance (methamphetamine), Class C Felonies. Bock was released to house arrest Nov. 25.
A Macon man was also apprehended Nov. 23. Brian C. Jaroszynski, 54, was arrested for one count of Distribution of a Controlled Substance in a Protected Area, a Class A Felony. Jaroszynski was released on his own recognizance Nov. 25.
According to Drug Task Force Captain Patti Talbert, the warrants were issued by Shelby County Associate Circuit Judge Mike Greenwell. The charges were filed by County Prosecuting Attorney Jordan Force.
Talbert indicated Friday more charges may be pending.
The Shelbina Police Department, Shelby County Sheriff’s Department, Macon County Sheriff’s Department and the Drug Task Force worked jointly making the arrests.
All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.