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A man from Dade County who busted out of jail this week was spotted at a meth lab near Greenfield, but he got away before deputies could search the place.
The Sheriff says William Korry Smith jumped through a window and ran into the woods. He thinks someone may be helping Smith hide out, which he warns could result in felony charges.
Anyone with information on where Smith may be is asked to call 417-637-1911.
The following was sent to us from the Dade County Sheriff's Office:
On the evening of July 25, 2012 the Dade County Sheriff’s Office with the assistance of the Greenfield Police Department, Cedar County Sheriff’s Office, Bates County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit and the CNET Drug Task Force conducted a search warrant at 232 South State Highway 39, Greenfield, MO. While following up on information from the search of William Korry Smith, Sheriff Stapp gained information on a possible meth lab and location of Smith and his brother Dustin Davison who has felony warrants out of two agencies.
The CNET Drug Task Force executed the search warrant and located components of two methamphetamine producing labs and numerous items of drug paraphernalia. Prior to the execution of the search warrant William Korry Smith jumped through a glass window at the rear of the trailer, and fled into the woods. After a six-hour K9 search, law enforcement was unable to locate Smith and believes that once again someone was able to pick him up.
Nancy Eagan, age 20, Dustin Davison, age 34, and Randy Hummel, age 28, were arrested for conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine precursors, possession of drug paraphernalia and hindering prosecution by harboring an escapee.
The Dade County Sheriff’s Office and numerous other agencies are continuing to follow up on information and track William Korry Smith. Sheriff Stapp wants to make it known that anyone aiding in the continued flight of Smith will also face felony charges.
Anyone with information on the location of Smith is urged to contact Dade County Emergency Services at 417-637-1911.
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