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Ongoing investigation in Dunklin County lands 7 people in jail

DUNKLIN COUNTY, MO (KAIT) - Sheriff's Deputies arrested an Arbyrd man and six Cardwell residents on multiple drug charges.

According to Dunklin County Sheriff Bob Holder, seven people were arrested Friday night and charged with various drug charges.

Those arrested and charged were:

David H. Chilton of Arbyrd, Missouri. Charges include: B- Felony 2 counts of distribution of a controlled substance.  Bond was set at $20,000.00

Amy Ellen Cooper of Cardwell, Missouri. Charges include:  B- Felony 3 counts of distribution of a controlled substance.  Bond set at $50,000.00 Cash Only

Gregory Wayne McGrew of Cardwell, Missouri. Charges include  B- Felony 2 counts of distribution of a controlled substance.  Bond set at $30,000.00

Catherine Thompson of Cardwell, Missouri. Charges include:  B- Felony 2 counts of distribution of a controlled substance.  Bond set at $30,000.00

Ronald Kirk Thompson of Cardwell, Missouri. Charges include:  B – Felony 3 counts of distribution of a controlled substance.  Bond set at $50,000.00 cash only

Eddy J. Ward of Cardwell, Missouri. Charges include:  B – Felony  1 count of distribution of a controlled substance.  Bond set at $20,000.00

James Richard Zurhorst of Cardwell, Missouri. Charges include: B – Felony 1 count of distribution of a controlled substance.  Bond set at $50,000.00 cash only

The arrests came in a joint effort with the sheriff and deputies of the Dunklin County Sheriff's Office along with members of the Missouri Highway Patrol and Cardwell Police Department.

All are due back in court next Tuesday.

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