SHOW LOW, AZ - Two Show Low men have been arrested after authorities seized 112 grams of methamphetamine from a trailer home in northeastern Arizona.
Navajo County Sheriff's detectives served a search warrant Monday at the trailer home in Show Low and found 112 grams of methamphetamine, digital scales, packing supplies and nearly $3,000 in cash. Authorities say the meth has a street value of more than $11,000.
Detectives say 48-year-old Robert Allen Penatzer lived at the trailer home and was taken into custody along with 43-year-old John William Pursley. They both have been booked into the Navajo County Jail on drug possession and other charges.
Bond for both men was set at $7,500 apiece Tuesday. It's unclear whether Penatzar or Pursley have legal representation yet.
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