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Police recovered meth and drug paraphernalia from a motel room in north Springfield where they suspect a man was selling drugs, according to court documents.

The seizure came days after the target of the investigation — who has no permanent residence — eluded police by switching motels, according to a search warrant.1405947477000-crime

The warrant says police seized meth and other drugs from a room at the Motel 6 at 2655 N. Glenstone Ave. on Dec. 12. The warrant says the room was being rented by Robert Woolery.

Woolery has yet to be charged in relation to this incident, but the search warrant says he has previous arrests for manufacturing a controlled substance and drug possession.

The search warrant says police believe Woolery does not have a home and lives in motel rooms day to day.

The warrant says police received information from multiple sources that Woolery was distributing meth in Springfield, so an officer set up surveillance outside of his room at a different motel, but Woolery moved before police could apply for a search warrant.

Later that week, police received information from a confidential informant that Woolery was operating out of a room at the Motel 6 on North Glenstone Avenue, so they set up surveillance there and observed numerous people coming into the room and leaving after a short stay, the warrant says.

Police obtained a “no knock” warrant on Dec. 12 at around 11 p.m. and entered the motel room shortly thereafter, at which time they recovered the drugs, according to the search warrant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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