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Bevier, Mo. — A week-long investigation into reports of methamphetamine-related activity in Macon County led to the seizing of a mobile meth lab and charges for five northeast Missouri residents in connection with the investigation.

Last week, the Macon County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at a Bevier residence after being tipped to suspicious activity at the location.

Deputies seized portions of a mobile meth lab and discovered the lab had exploded inside a vehicle located on the property, injuring multiple people.

Of the five people charged in connection with the investigation, Nicki L. Hill, 31, of Shelbina was charged with the class B felony of manufacturing with intent to distribute; Jacquelyn K. Amidei Harrington, 33, of Bevier, was charged with the class B felony of manufacturing with intent to distribute, the class D felony of unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, the class C felony of possession of a controlled substance, and misdemeanor unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, in addition to two counts of the class C felony of tampering with a motor vehicle.

Brandon J. Levell, 30, of Macon, was also charged with manufacturing with intent to distribute.

McKenzie Weber, 24, of Macon, was charged with the class C felony of receiving stolen property while James R. Miller, 34, of Columbia, was charged with two counts of tampering with a motor vehicle.

According to the sheriff’s department, deputies also located several stolen vehicles hidden in the area.

Hill, Harrington, Levell and Miller all remain at large.

Weber was arrested and posted bond of $9,000 earlier this week.

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