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July 20, 2011STANBERRY, MO | By: Wayman
A person of interest in the case of a missing Stanberry man is being held on half million dollar cash-only bond and appears in court today on drug charges.
Randall Evans of Stanberry has been identified by the county attorney and sheriff's office as a person of interest in the disappearance of Daniel Wolf. He's the rural Stanberry man that disappeared on May 5th. About a week later authorities issued an endangered person advisory since his vehicle and cell phone were found at his house. 2 of his guns were missing. Randal Evans has not been charged in that case, but court documents obtained by KXCV news show Evans and Wolf were acquaintances. Authorities believe they and another man smoked methamphetamine in Evan's house using the anhydrous method to make the meth and aluminum foil to smoke it. Today Evans faces 2 felony counts of manufacturing of a controlled substance, a felony charge of drug possession, and a felony second degree assault charge for allegedly putting a loaded pistol in a drinking partner's mouth. That witness claims he woke up the next morning with a lump on his head and couldn't eat a cheeseburger for about 3 weeks. The disappearance of Daniel Wolf has not been solved, he remains missing.