Members of the Community Action Team (CAT) conducted a narcotics search warrant at 717 W. Poplar Street, Taylorville. The police department has received several complaints about suspected drug traffic. The CAT team conducted an investigation and was able to obtain probable cause for a search warrant authorized by a Judge.
The team arrested 32-year-old Bradley Masters and 32-year-old Lisa Lake from 717 W. Poplar. Both Bradley and Lisa have been charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver. Several items were recovered from the residence indicating drug sales.
Taylorville Police Chief Dwayne Wheeler said, "I would like to thank the citizens for calling about this activity. Once again, it’s a team effort. The citizens and the police department strive to make Taylorville a great place to live."
Chief Wheeler also wanted to thank the Christian County Sheriff’s Office for their assistance and he also wanted to thank States Attorney Mike Havera for reviewing the search warrant and approving charges.