Kennett man faces felony drug charges in Stoddard County

Wednesday, November 23, 2022
Pictured are approximately five pounds of marijuana, two pounds of methamphetamine, two chocolate bars containing “magic mushrooms” and pills which were determined to be a controlled substance seized by Stoddard County Sheriff's Office.

A Kennett, Missouri, man faces felony drug trafficking and possession charges in Stoddard County.

Lee Roy Foley III, 38, of Kennett is charged with one count of trafficking drugs or attempt first degree, Class A Felony, and one count of possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana, Class D Felony.

According Chief Deputy Andy Holden with the Stoddard County Sheriff’s Office, on Nov. 18, Stoddard County Deputy Ryan Vincent conducted a traffic stop on Foley on State Highway 25 near Advance for an equipment violation.

Lee Foley III

During the traffic stop, Foley was found to be in possession of approximately five pounds of marijuana, two pounds of methamphetamine, two chocolate bars containing “magic mushrooms” and pills which were determined to be a controlled substance.

Foley was arrested and booked into the Stoddard County Jail where he is currently being housed with no bond for the following charges.

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