Fairfield Bay Police executed two search warrants Thursday morning, May 10 against two women in Fairfield Bay, both regarding assault and battery charges filed in Stone County.
The first of the two search warrants was executed at the home of Angelique Turner. At the home police found guns and drugs. Per the arrest affidavit, Turner had a felony conviction in 1992 in California, meaning she was a felon in possession of a gun, a felony. The drugs listed in the report included marijuana and “a white powder believed to be methamphetamine,” as well as various devices for consuming drugs.
Guns recovered were a .410 gauge shotgun and a 9mm pistol.
Turner was not at home when the warrant was executed. She was arrested later that day in Clinton, by Clinton Police.
The second arrest was at the Karlie Wacholtz residence, per the statement furnished by police. Drug paraphernalia and suspected methamphetamine was also found at this home. Wacholtz was home, and arrested, when the warrant was executed.
The warrants, from Stone County, each had a bond of $20,000 for felony charges of aggravated burglary, aggravated assault, and battery first degree