1 charged,1 wanted for questioning in meth bust - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

1 charged,1 wanted for questioning in meth bust

Gabriel Schutlz (Source: Massac County Sheriff's Dept.) Gabriel Schutlz (Source: Massac County Sheriff's Dept.)
Danielle Ragsdale (Source: Massac County Sheriff's Dept.) Danielle Ragsdale (Source: Massac County Sheriff's Dept.)
(Source: Massac County Sheriff's Dept.) (Source: Massac County Sheriff's Dept.)
METROPOLIS, IL (KFVS) -

After months of investigating, Massac County Sheriff's deputies have made a meth bust that resulted in one arrest.

Deputies were able to gather enough evidence for a search warrant that was served on Monday, Jan. 28 at a house in the 600 block of Airport Road in Metropolis, Ill. 

During the investigation, deputies collected several things used in the production of meth. 

No one was home during the search of the house.

Danielle Ragsdale, 28, of Metropolis later turned herself in to the sheriff's department.

After questioning, Ragsdale was charged with participation in meth manufacturing.

Wanted for questioning in the case is Gabriel Schultz, 34, of Belknap, Ill. 

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