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Sikeston store owners face drug-related charges
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Two Sikeston men were arrested Wednesday and placed in the Scott County Jail in Benton, Mo., facing drug-related charges.
Max L. Wainscott, 28, and Jeremy E. Rancigalo, 30, are charged with delivery of drug paraphernalia and selling or transporting a solvent. Bond has been set at $20,000 each.
Scott County deputies obtained search warrants for a residence and a business in Sikeston.
Deputies and members of the Sikeston Department of Public Safety served the search warrants.
Numerous articles used for the purpose of ingesting illegal narcotics were seized. Wainscott and Rancigalo were owners of a business known as Ngamsom's on Greer Street.