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Confidential Informant Leads Police to Drug House in Edina

Edina, MO – Thursday, March 7, 2019 – Law enforcement officials from the Edina Police Department, the North Missouri Drug Task Force, and the Knox County Sheriff’s Office served a search warrant at an Edina home on Wednesday night, March 6, which yielded over three grams of methamphetamine.

The drug raid also yielded items used in the sale and distribution of meth including baggies and digital scales. Drug paraphernalia, which field tested positive for meth, was also seized by police, according to court documents filed in the case.

The Missouri Division of Child Services were also called to the scene to take custody of two children living in the home, according to Edina Police Chief Ryan Bishop.

Cheyanne M. Goodwin

Cheyanne M. Goodwin, 28, of Edina, was arrested at the residence, 406 West Monticello Street, for allegedly being in possession of a controlled substance and placed on a 24-hour hold at the Clark County Jail pending formal charges.

On Thursday, March 7, Knox County Prosecutor Corey Moon filed a criminal charge of delivery of a controlled substance, a Class C felony, against Goodwin.

According to Moon, more charges are pending.

Goodwin allegedly told investigators the methamphetamine was hers. The drug bust was the result of information obtained from an unnamed informant who allegedly bought drugs from Goodwin on Monday, March 4, according to court documents.

Goodwin is being held on a $10,000 cash only bond. A court date has yet to be set.

The home in which Goodwin was living belongs to the Northeast Missouri Community Action Agency with the purpose of providing safe affordable housing for families. According to a representative of the agency, this isn’t the first time this house has been involved in a drug investigation.

“This house has been the focal point of drug offenses before,” said Edina Police Chief Ryan Bishop. “When a different occupant was living there.”

According to a representative of the Northeast Missouri Community Action Agency, the house will be secured by representatives of the agency.

Photo by Echo Menges