Bonnie B. Strutton, 34, of Stover was already facing felony charges in Morgan County for delivery of a controlled substance and endangering the welfare of a child with drugs. Charges for having methamphetamine in the Moniteau County Jail are pending, according to the sheriff’s department.

A Morgan County woman was found with methamphetamine while being held in the Moniteau County Jail on Dec. 28, according to a Tuesday news release from the Moniteau County Sheriff’s Office.

Bonnie B. Strutton, 34, of Stover, was already facing felony charges in Morgan County for delivery of a controlled substance and endangering the welfare of a child with drugs. Charges for having methamphetamine in the Moniteau County Jail are pending, the news release stated.

On Dec. 28, deputies working at the jail were told an inmate had drugs, so they called for a drug dog named Mizzou to help with the search. Mizzou indicated that there could be drugs in two cells. Inmates in those cells were searched, and deputies found a “substantial amount of methamphetamine,” according to the news release. The release did not say how much methamphetamine or if anyone other than Strutton had drugs.