Wednesday, May 15, 2024

Search warrant execution leads to Joplin woman's arrest, confiscation of cocaine, two AR-15s

The execution of a search warrant by the Ozarks Drug Enforcement Team and Joplin Police Department at a residence in North Quail Valley Loop, Joplin, Tuesday led to the arrest of a Joplin woman and the confiscation of cocaine and seven weapons.

The Jasper County Prosecuting Attorney's office filed first degree drug trafficking and unlawful use of a weapon charges this morning against Misty Dawn Fleming, 39. An arrest warrant was issued with bond set at $10,000 cash or surety.

From the probable cause statement:

When the warrant was served, Misty Fleming was detained and identified as a renter/resident. Inside Fleming's shared bedroom, seven firearms, forty-one grams of powder cocaine and over two hundred grams of marijuana were located. 

Also found in the bedroom were multiple narcotics sales bags, scales and items to mix and package drugs for sales. 

The firearms were identified as follows, Diamondback AR-15 rifle (DB1702280), Bushmaster AR-15 rifle (LBM52993), Mossberg bolt action .22 rifle (No Serial Number), Ithica lever action .22 rifle (490401409), Glock 19 9mm pistol (CAXZ618), Smith and Wesson M&P .380 pistol (NFK6268) and IJ Target .22 revolver (N32649).      


Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Misty Dawn Fleming, Drugs (Cocaine and Marijuana), Distribution Equipment, and Seven Guns, including AR-15's and only a $10,000 Bond. OMG, what does she have to do get a "Get Out of Jail Free Card". We have to Stop being Soft on Criminals!

With that many Drugs, should the Locals have called in the Feds, who offer stiffer Penalties and Bond Amounts?

Anonymous said...

First off “marijuana” isn’t illegal 😂 second off how do you know it wasn’t the Feds? Oh you DO NOT 😂 it was the Feds dummy dear lord I’m thankful people like you aren’t on our task force

Randy said...

I just deleted a well thought out comment that provided information that would be helpful to the conversation because after making his or her point, the commenter suggested that if a previous commenter doesn't know what he is talking about he should shut up. Feel free to resubmit the comment minus the unnecessary insult and I will be happy to post it. You can respond to each other and I encourage you to do so, but it can be done without insults and bullying.

Anonymous said...

Randy, is 8:49AM allowed to call others "Dummy", Yell with Caps, Insult that Others do not know what they are Talking about, Etc., to try and make their Point without receiving a similar warning or rebuttal - Let's be Fair, Please Read their Statements Again???

Calm Down 8:49AM - Marijuana is illegal if you do not have a License to Distribute - forty-one grams of powder cocaine and over two hundred grams of marijuana - Get Real.

Marijuana is legal if you follow the Laws and Guidelines in the State of Missouri. She was clearly in the Distribution of Drugs -

Possession of 35 grams or less (but more than 10 grams) is a class A misdemeanor. 35 grams is about 1 ¼ ounces. Possession of more than 35 grams is a felony.

Recreational consumers are allowed to possess up to 3 ounces / 85-Grams of marijuana flower or an equivalent, in any setting. Adults over 21 can purchase up to 3 ounces of cannabis at a time. Medical patients are allowed 6 ounces of cannabis per 30 day period. Plus she would have needed to have a Paid Receipt showing Taxes Paid on the Marijuana - from a Legal Dispensary, if not she is in Violation of the Law.

Check it her out on Casenet - 24AP-CR00562 - ST V MISTY DAWN FLEMING (E-CASE)

Trafficking Drugs - 2nd Degree
{ Felony B RSMo: 579.068 }

Unlawful Use Of Weapon - Subsection 11 - Possess Weapon And A Felony Controlled Substance


If you do not know what you are talking about - Please Investigate and Research.

Anonymous said...

When I read Randy’s response I thought the same thing, he posted a comment and it mentioned dummy.
So I get it it’s your blog it’s your rules but I sure find this interesting that when you apparently agree with it, it seems ok sure resembles “fake news” to me, but who knows I assume you could have overlooked it on accident, we all make mistake's.