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Deputies: Three arrested in Miller County drug bust

Miller County Drug Bust
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Miller County Sheriff's deputies and two area drug task forces arrested three people in Brumley suspected of having methamphetamine.

BRUMLEY, Mo. (KMIZ)

Miller County prosecutors charged three people accused of having methamphetamine.

Timothy Hunsperger, 38, and Raelynn Koenigsfeld, 27, both of Brumley and Jeremy Runion, 40, of Macks Creek all face felonies after they were arrested early Wednesday morning, according to Miller County deputies.

Deputies along with two Mid-Missouri drug task forces served a warrant at Hunsperger and Koenigsfled residence. Authorities said Hunsperger was found hiding in the attic. Authorities said about 200 grams of a crystal substance was found in his possession.

Koenigsfeld and Runion were also arrested at the residence. Deputies said Runion was found inside a shed on the property also with meth in his possession.

Husperger and Koenigsfeld were both charged with first-degree drug trafficking, Koenigsfeld was also charged with hindering prosecution of a felony. Both are being held on $100,000 bonds. Runion faces a felony count for possession of a controlled substance.

Online court records don't list attorneys for the three suspects. No court hearings have been scheduled in the case.

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Alec Pettus

Alec Pettus is an evening news producer at ABC 17 News.

Matt Ragsdale

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