Deputies with the Perry County sheriff’s Office arrested four people in a large meth bust in Linden.
John and Angelia Dickerson, Michael Baker and Kayla Capilla were arrested Tuesday.
Authorities with Perry and Decatur County Sheriff’s Office as well as the U.S. Marshalls searched the Dickerson home around 8 p.m. for Baker.
They found Methamphetamine and other drug paraphernalia including more than 32 grams of Meth, more than 4 grams of Marijuana, weighing scales, assorted paraphernalia and packaging for distribution.
A Loaded syringe, assorted pills, and synthetic urine to falsify drug tests were also found in Mrs. Dickerson’s purse.
Baker was not at the home, but deputies found him at a separate location as well as Capilla.
Deputies retrieved a loaded gun from Cailla’s backpack as well as a bag of syringes, multiple baggies of Meth, another loaded syringe - totaling over 6 grams. Altogether, the value of the
The Methamphetamine was estimated to be worth more than $3,000.