Narcotic Search Warrant Leads to Two Arrests

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Bobbie Joe Degraff

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Christopher Kyle Degraff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On February 15, 2017 at approximately 7:00 pm Officers with the Galena Police Department along with the assistance of the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Detective Bureau conducted a Narcotic Search Warrant at 519 E 23 Terrace in Galena, KS.
During the course of this search officers recovered approximately three pounds of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and a hand gun.
Christopher Kyle Degraff and Bobbie Joe Degraff were taken into custody for Possession of Marijuana with intent to distribute, Felony Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana, Misdemeanor Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Criminal use of a weapon.
They are both being held at the Cherokee County Jail on $32,000 bond.

4 Comments

  1. Jackie says:

    So the only drug found was marijuana? That area is crawling with Meth and other hard drugs and all you found was marijuana!? What a waste of tax payers dollars at work with this one honestly. I’m pretty sure it’s going on the ballot in KS if I’m not mistaken? Why not use tax payers hard earned dollars to get rid of the hard drugs? You know, the ones actually killing people!?

  2. Liz says:

    Get a Life GPD!!!!! Smoke on smokers.

  3. Liz says:

    This was joplin globe site
    I like this guy

    Ben_James
    Ben_James 8 hours ago
    Just more stupid waste of taxpayer funds and draconian persecution of citizens! Lazy police officers picking soft targets instead of fighting real crimes. Until these cops have solved every single murder, rape and violent crime they have no business wasting time on cannabis. Anyone can see that cannabis prohibition is a complete waste of precious law enforcement and court resources!

    Figures from the Center for Disease Control on numbers of deaths per year in the USA:

    * Prescription Drugs: 237,485 + 5000 traffic fatalities

    * Tobacco: 390,323

    * Alcohol: 88,013 + 16,000 traffic fatalities

    * Cocaine: 4,906

    * Heroin: 7,200

    * Aspirin: 466

    * Acetaminophen (Tylenol): 179

    * Marijuana: 0, none, not a single fatal overdose and almost no traffic problems.

    So, which is safer???? Legalize, regulate and TAX!

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  4. Jesse says:

    By now, the complete lack of marijuana fatalities should be a huge neon sign when it comes to the politics of drug legalization. By comparison, 80,000 people die from alcohol related diseases annually. Over 25,000 Americans died in 2014 alone because of drugs prescribed to them by their doctors. On top of that, over 18,000 Americans died from *again* legally prescribed pain-killers. Use your brains people. You feel me where is the war on drugs? My problem is not with local departments but the whole governing system at a state and federal level. Christopher and Bobbie are great people and great parents and I have no doubt would give you the shirt off their back for anyone in Galena and I’m blessed to call them friends.

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