From: Hannibal Police Department
Date: June 27, 2016
Contact: Lt. John Zerbonia
A second suspect has been arrested in connection with the Sunday morning burglary of Grand Pharmacy. 19 year old Levi M Davis, of Hannibal, was arrested on an unrelated warrant Tuesday afternoon. During an interview, Davis made statements implicating his involvement in the burglary. Davis was placed in the Marion County Jail on a 24 hour hold. On Wednesday morning the Circuit Court of Marion County issued a warrant charging Davis with 1 count of Burglary 2nd degree and 1 count of Possession of a Controlled Substance. He remains in the Marion County Jail with a bond set at $50,000.00 cash only.
At 03:31 a.m. Sunday morning, officers of the Hannibal Police Department were dispatched to 733 Grand Ave (Grand Pharmacy) due to a burglary alarm sounding at the business. When officers arrived, they observed a vehicle leaving the area and followed it. As the vehicle fled the area, an unidentified male quickly exited the vehicle and fled on foot. Officers were initially unable to locate the subject or re-locate the vehicle. Officers returned to the scene and located evidence with a subjects name and were told a large amount of prescription drugs were missing. A short time later, officers located the vehicle in the 900 block of Reservoir. A consent search was conducted on the vehicle and located inside were tools consistent with markings on the pharmacy door, where entry was made. At 07:34 a.m. officers received information that a subject in the 900 block of Reservoir was in possession of evidence from the burglary. When officers arrived they located prescription medication matching what was taken from the burglary. The subject, Curtis R Miller, (18 of Hannibal) was arrested for Burglary 2nd Degree Possession of a Controlled Substance. Miller was placed on a 24 hour hold at the Marion County Jail. On June 26th a warrant was issued by the Circuit Court of Marion County, charging Miller with one count of Burglary 2nd degree and one count of Possession of a Controlled Substance. Millers bond was set at $50,000.00 cash only. Miller remains in the Marion County Jail.