Blythedale Woman Incarcerated on Drug, Firearm Charges

HARRISON COUNTY, MO – A Blythedale woman is incarcerated on a charge that began with a traffic stop on Tuesday.

In a probable cause statement issued by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the investigating officer reported that a traffic stop was conducted for a lane violation in Harrison County. During the stop, the officer says he found a controlled substance. A search warrant was obtained for the subject’s residence, owned by the subject’s mother, Sheila Cracraft.

It is alleged that during the execution of the search warrant controlled substance and drug paraphernalia was located as well as several firearms.

Cracraft is charged with delivery of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm, and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. The court issued a warrant for her arrest with bond set at $150,000, cash only.

John Parker, who is listed in court records as having the same address as Cracraft was charged earlier with drug trafficking.