Drug and firearm charges filed against Jamestown man
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
California Felony drug and firearm possession charges have been filed in Moniteau County Court against Larry W. Thornhill, 66, Jamestown.
According to Court documents,when officers of the Moniteau County Sheriff's Office served a search warrant on Oct. 5, they allegedly discovered multiple firearms, and marijuana, in the form of roaches and a brick weighing between one and two pounds, as well as rolling papers.
As a result of the alleged discovery of marijuana, the defendant has been charged with Class B Felony Distribution, Delivery, Manufacture, Production or Attempt to or Possess with Intent to Distribute, Delivery, Manufacture, Produce a Controlled Substance. If convicted on this charge, he could face 5-15 years in prison.
As a result of allegedly finding firearms, including pistols, rifles, a shotgun and ammunition, and a past felony conviction, the defendant has been charged with Class C Felony Unlawful Possession of a Firearm. If convicted on this charge, he could face up to seven years in prison and a $5,000 fine.
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