Seven people face drug-related and other charges in Morgan County after being cuffed and stuffed by the Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force.

Sheriff Norman Dills says the search warrant was executed in the 19-thousand block of Jones Creek Road in Barnett. Arrested at the scene were:

–56-year-old Lorita Long, of Barnett, who is charged with delivery and possession of a controlled substance along with endangering the welfare of a child involving drugs. Bond was set at $75,000;

–35-year-old Matthew Musser, Sr., of Gravois Mills, who’s charged with felony possession and endangering the welfare of a child. Bond was set at $10,000;

–35-year-old Stacey Alderman, of Eldon, who’s charged with one count of possession of a controlled substance, to be released on O-R bond after 48 hours.;

–38-year-old Gabriel Harris, of Eldon, who’s charged with one count of possession of a controlled substance, to be released on O-R bond after 48 hours;

–53-year-old Lesia McDaniel, of Eldon, who’s charged with one count possession of a controlled substance, to be released on O-R bond after 48 hours;

–35-year-old Darrin Vinyard, of Versailles, for outstanding warrants from the Missouri Department of Corrections and pending charges for possession of methamphetamine, being held without bond;

–and in an unrelated case: 29-year-old Brian Wood, of Jefferson City, was also arrested. He is charged with stealing of a firearm, bond set at $25,000.

All seven were booked into the Morgan County Jail.