UPDATE: A Chesterfield man who was charged Oct. 16 with distributing or delivering a controlled substance had the same charges dropped Oct. 22 after a miscommunication between police and the St. Louis County prosecutor's office was resolved.
Florissant Police Officer Randy Haarmann told Patch that the warrant for James Harrison was revoked two days ago. The St. Louis Prosecuting Attorney's Office confirmed that the case is dismissed as of today and it also no longer appears in Case.net, Missouri's online court records system.
ORIGINAL STORY 10/23: A Chesterfield man faces criminal charges after police said he intended to deliver marijuana to someone in North County last December.
James Harrison, 21, of the 1600 block of Adgers Wharf in Chesterfield, was charged Oct. 16 with distributing or delivering a controlled substance.
St. Louis County Police said Harrison was arrested Dec. 5 after officers found he had more than 50 grams of marijuana at Redman Avenue and Northway Drive in North County just east of Black Jack. He told police he was going to deliver the marijuana to another person.
Bail was set at $25,000.
For more crime information on Chesterfield Patch, see the following articles:
- Police Say: Driver On Meth Charged in Clayton Pfeiffer Death
- Police: Man Busted For Using Doctor's Info to Get Painkillers
- Residents Arrested on Federal Meth Conspiracy Charges