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Bootheel DTF Seizes $20K in Cash During Raid

CARUTHERSVILLE, MO (KAIT) - Approximately $20,000 in cash and other items were seized last night when agents with the Bootheel Drug Task Force served a search warrant at a home in Caruthersville.

Agents also found an undisclosed amount of a controlled substance and assorted drug paraphernalia inside the residence of Marcus Taylor, at 710 East 10th Street.

The search warrant stemmed from an on-going investigation by the BDTF, Pemiscot County Sheriff's Dept., Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms; and the Steele and Caruthersville police departments.

 

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