A Providence couple and their 14-year old son are facing drug charges after law enforcement served a search warrant at their home Monday afternoon.
Providence Police Chief Todd Jones says he and Officer Isaac Frias and Webster County Deputy Michael Tabor executed the search warrant around 5:00 at 409 US Highway 41A in Providence, the home of 40-year old Regan Parrott and his wife, 41-year old Sarah Parrott.
During a search of the home, Chief Jones says they found marijuana and a variety of items of drug paraphernalia used to consume methamphetamine. In addition, officers reportedly discovered that the parent’s 14-year old son had possession of marijuana and a variety of paraphernalia inside the home. Chief Jones says the parents and juvenile admitted to using drugs in and around the home.
According to Chief Jones, the juvenile was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and released to a family member.
Regan and Sarah Parrott were taken into custody and charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, and second-degree unlawful transaction with a minor.
The police chief says additional felony charges may be forthcoming pending lab analysis on a white crystal-like substance found on two items of the paraphernalia.