Hannibal man jailed after search warrant leads to discovery of fentanyl in Grace Street home

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Isaac Sapp | Photo courtesy of Hannibal Police Department

HANNIBAL, Mo. — A Hannibal man is in the Marion County Jail after his arrest on drug charges Thursday.

The 10th Judicial District of Marion County issued a warrant for Isaac A. Sapp, 39, charging him with trafficking drugs. The charges stem from an investigation conducted by the Hannibal Police Department’s Anti-Crime Enforcement Squad, which led to a search warrant that was executed on Wednesday, March 13, in the 1800 block of Grace. 

During the search, a substance believed to be fentanyl was found along with a scale and other items commonly used for trafficking narcotics. Sapp’s bond was set at $100,000.

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