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Drugs and gun found in Marmaduke home raid

Kyle Myatt (Source: Greene County Jail) Kyle Myatt (Source: Greene County Jail)
MARMADUKE, AR (KAIT) - A Greene County man was arrested following a raid at his home in Marmaduke.

Marmaduke Police Chief Steve Franks said in a statement Monday that Kyle Myatt, 22, was arrested as part of the investigation.

Franks stated Marmaduke police raided Myatt's home at 105 W. Mill St. after securing a search warrant. Police had received information Myatt had been selling drugs out of the home.

Meth and marijuana were purchased through a confidential informant during the investigation, Franks said.

Franks also said Myatt had a loaded .380 caliber pistol in reach of his children.

Myatt's property was searched and he was taken into custody without incident.

He faces several charges including 2 counts of delivery of meth; delivery of drugs within 1,000 feet of a church or school bus stop; and possession of meth, plus 2 counts of endangering the welfare of a minor.

Myatt was taken to the Greene County Jail and posted a $100,000 bond on March 22. He is expected to appear in court on April 29.


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