Deputies arrested two people for drug violations after serving a search warrant in Blue Springs this week
On Wednesday at approximately 7:30 a.m. the Gage County Sheriff's Office, along with assistance from the Beatrice Police Department, executed a search warrant for illegal drugs at 510 E. First St. in Blue Springs.
Upon entry into the residence, deputies encountered four people, according to a press release.
Aaron Burr, 39, of Blue Springs, was detained and a meth pipe was observed in plain view in his pants pocket.
Dennis Burr, 30 of Blue Springs, was also located inside the residence and was also detained. During a search of Dennis Burr's bedroom deputies located a broken glass meth pipe with white residue, a broken glass tube with white residue, 11 unused plastic baggies, a switchblade knife, another knife with a six-inch straight blade, and a prescription pill bottle containing 17 Trazadone Hyrdrochloride pills prescribed to another person.
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Thomas Sailors, 59 of Blue Springs, was also found in possession of a glass meth pipe, a small amount of marijuana, and several marijuana pipes.
Residue from all of the meth pipes tested positive for methamphetamine, the press release stated. A prescription pill bottle containing suspected psilocybin mushrooms was located in the living room along with three empty marijuana containers and marijuana pipes.
Aaron Burr was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Dennis Burr was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, two counts of possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony and possession of a legend drug.
Sailors was cited and given a court date for his criminal charges.