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2 men accused of drug, gun violations

L to R: Bradley Wayne Jenkins and Curtis Ray McNece. (Source: Stoddard County Sheriff's Office) L to R: Bradley Wayne Jenkins and Curtis Ray McNece. (Source: Stoddard County Sheriff's Office)
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STODDARD COUNTY, MO (KFVS) -

Two men are accused of drug and gun violations in Stoddard County, Missouri.

Curtis Ray McNece, 49, of Bernie, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, class C felony enhanced. No bond was set.

Bradley Wayne Jenkins, 27, of Bernie, was charged with the class C felony of second degree assault and class D felony of unlawful use of a weapon. No bond was set.

According to Stoddard County Sheriff Carl Hefner, on Friday, May 1, deputies responded to the Powe area on State Highway U after receiving information that someone threatened another person with a gun.

When deputies arrived they say they saw several guns in an open building adjacent to the home of McNece.

Deputies got a search warrant from the Stoddard County Prosecutor's Office for the McNece home and outbuildings.

As a result of the search warrant, deputies found several guns, gun powder, explosives fuse, a suppressor (silencer), a defaced gun, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, as well as meth and various drug paraphernalia.

Due to the amount of weapons and ammunition found, officers with Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms were called to assist.

Sheriff Hefner said possible federal gun charges are pending.

Evidence was collected at the scene and both remain in the Stoddard County Jail.

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