Several receive drug-related felony charges last week

Monday, September 28, 2015

The Prosecuting Attorney of Saline County filed felony charges for the week of Sept. 14-18.

Stacy Lyn Evans, 31, of Malta Bend, has been charged with five felony counts after being a subject in a traffic stop and having a search warrant for drugs served at her residence. The charges are as follows: one class B charge for possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute; three class C charges for possession on a controlled substance, except 35 grams of marijuana; and one class D charge for unlawful use of drug paraphernalia. According to circuit court documents, Evans admitted to deputies she assists another woman in the sale of methamphetamine by driving her around and the woman provides her with drugs in exchange for those services. She has no other criminal history. If convicted, Evans could be sentenced from five to 15 years with the Department of Corrections for the class B charge, up to seven years with the DOC or up to one year in county jail and/or up to a $5,000 fine for each class C charge, and up to four years with the DOC, or up to one year in county jail and/or up to $5,000 fine for the class D charge.

Christopher L. Stover, 39, of Malta Bend, was also charged with a class B felony for possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance. This charge is in connection with the search warrant for illegal controlled substances served the residence he shares with the afore mentioned Stacey Evans. According to court documents, more than five grams of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and a .22 caliber rifle missing its serial number were found in Stover's bedroom. If convicted, Stover faces 10 to 30 years or life with the Department of Corrections.

Karamico A. Roll, 39, of Marshall, was charged with a class C felony for possession of controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana.Circuit court documents show a Marshall Police officer spotted a gold-colored vehicle with expired Missouri registration. The officer conducted a traffic stop and verified the identities of the driver and his two passengers, one being Karamico Roll, who was in the rear passenger seat.The officer asked and was granted permission to search the vehicle and its occupants by the driver. As the occupants were exiting the vehicle, the officer then noticed Roll's personal appearance to be drastically varied from that of her driver's license, showing sunken features and rotting teeth common with people known to use methamphetamine. During the search of Roll and her possessions, the officer found two syringes, a hollow red plastic tube, several baggies with white powder residue, and a glass smoking devise, all of which later tested positive for methamphetamine.Roll voluntarily advised the officer that she had methamphetamine concealed inside the front of her pants, which was later found in a search at the police department. Roll has a criminal history for probation/parole violation, possession of controlled substance and theft.If convicted, Roll faces 10 to 30 years or life with the Department of Corrections.

Edson S. Rabuliman, 24, of Marshall, has been charged with a class D felony for the unlawful use of a weapon.According to circuit court documents, Rabuliman was arrested and charged when he was contacted by police after violating an ex-parte order by calling the restricted party several times. When officers made contact with him for the violation, and admitted to officers he had a kitchen knife concealed under his clothing. If convicted, Rabuliman faces up to four years in the Department of Corrections or up to one year in county jail, and/or up to a $5,000 fine.

Editor's note: Charges contained in reports provided by law enforcement officials are not evidence of guilt. Evidence supporting charges must be presented before a jury, whose duty is to determine if the accused is guilty or not guilty of the charges.