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Steele man and woman arrested on meth charges

Jimmy David McVay     Provided by Pemiscot Co. Sheriff's Dept. Jimmy David McVay Provided by Pemiscot Co. Sheriff's Dept.

STEELE, MO (KAIT) – A Steele man is behind bars after police say he was buying meth across the state line and selling it in Missouri.

According to the Steele Police Department, a consensual search was conducted at 106 Robbins Street in Steele where police found meth, digital scales, and drug paraphernalia.

Police arrested 26-year-old Jimmy David McVay, who admitted to driving across the state line to Blytheville five days a week, to buy 1/8 ounce of meth to distribute in Steele.

McVay is charged with distribution of a controlled substance (meth), and had his bond set at $50,000.

Police also arrested a 29-year-old Steele woman for endangering the welfare of a child after police say she drove to the crime scene with her infant child in the car. She admitted to police that she used approximately 1 gram of meth. No word on her bond.

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