Memphis man awaiting extradition on southeast Missouri burglary charges

A Tennessee man is awaiting extradition to Missouri on charges stemming from a pharmacy burglary that happened in June, according to Sikeston police. 

Narcotics and pain medications were taken from Randy’s RX on North Main Street in Sikeston on June 18, an the Sikeston Department of Public Safety says investigators liked evidence from the scene to an April burglary in Cape Girardeau. Police say that evidence connected Marlon Deshone Quarles of Memphis to both. 

Quarles was indicted on July 19 on charges including first degree burglary, stealing controlled substances and property damage, and a cash only bond was set at $125,000.

On Monday, Aug. 1, Sikeston officers and FBI investigators went to Memphis and arrested Quarles. He was taken to the Shelby County Detention Center, and police say he is there awaiting extradition. 

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