Months Long Drug Investigation Ends In Meth Bust In Central Sioux Falls

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Sioux Falls police arrested four people Tuesday night after a months long drug investigation.

Police say during a drug investigation in July the name of a possible drug dealer was uncovered. After multiple tips and through the investigation the area drug task force was able to obtain a search warrant for a house located on the 1600 block of West 26th Street in Sioux Falls.

The task force executed the search warrant at 9 p.m. Tuesday. Officials say they found four people and an 8-year-old child in the residence. The task force also found 181 grams of meth, $14,000 in cash, marijuana residue, and a trace amount of hash oil.

38-year-old Paul Sandersfeld, 37-year-old Amanda Hallsted, 37-year-old Kevin Morehouse, and 34-year-old Laronda Lawson were all arrested on multiple drug charges including an intent to sell drugs in a drug free zone charge.

Police say the house was located within a 1,000 ft from two elementary schools.

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