Three arrested for drugs in Osage Beach
Early Monday morning, an Osage Beach police officer saw a black Chevrolet pickup truck turn around at the Harley Davidson store after midnight.
The truck turned into the Highway 54 storage parking lot, where the officer pulled up behind the truck since there have been recent thefts from storage buildings in the area.
Two women in the truck told the officer they were dropping off items at their storage units.
The officer determined the driver, 24-year-old AShley Constantine of Camdenton, and 30-year-old Carrie Patredis of Osage Beach, were acting impaired at the time.
The officer searched the truck with their consent, and found small plastic baggies containing a crystalline substance, some with a white powdery residue, and some containing pills. There was also drug paraphernalia inside the truck.
The Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group got a search warrant for Carrie Patredis' home, where officers arrested 38-year-old Todd Patredis.
A minor child at the home was turned over to another family member.
Constantine and Carrie Patredis were taken to the Camden County Jail for possession of a controlled substance with a $5000 cash or $4500 surety bond.
Todd Patredis was arrested for possession of a controlled substance on a $10,000 cash or $60,000 surety bond.
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