(HANNIBAL)—A tip Monday from a hardware store about an individual buying items used to make methamphetamine results in two arrests. Northeast Missouri Narcotics Task Force agents investigated and saw the individual purchase additional items used to make meth. A traffic stop and search turned up the purchased items and methamphetamine residue. Charges filed Tuesday by the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office charge 22 year old Taiya Phillips of Saverton with possession of a controlled substance. Her bond is 25-thousand dollars cash only. 32 year old James Guill of Hannibal is charged with attempting to manufacture a controlled substance. Bond for Guill is 100-thousand dollars cash only.