Suburban mom discovered to be drug dealer


by Staff

Posted on November 19, 2012 at 6:48 PM

Updated Tuesday, Nov 20 at 6:37 AM

ST. PETERS, Mo ( -- A St. Peters woman has been charged with possession of eight pounds of marijuana. Police found the drugs while searching the bedroom of her home.

News 4 learned the suspect had detailed documentation of previous sales totaling tens of thousands of dollars.

According to court documents, Angela Miller kept track of her drug deals in handwritten ledgers.

St. Charles County drug task force detectives found them in her bedroom last week along with lots of other drug paraphernalia.

Police say Miller, who turned 32 on Sunday, was at home with her two young children when they raided the house just off of Mexico Road in St. Peters.

In a safe under the bed, police found more than $3,000 in cash.

Neighbors say they’re surprised something like this was going on in their usually quiet cul-de-sac, but some say they’ve had questions about all the late night activity in her home.

"Oh completely surprised! Something like that just doesn’t happen in this neighborhood,” said one neighbor. “I saw them around all the time, but looked like pretty nice people but you just never know anymore.”

Miller posted bond and was out of jail Monday night.

Neighbors tell News 4 it was once the home of the St. Peters man found to be a former Nazi prison guard at a concentration camp in Berlin. The Department of Justice ordered him to be deported in 2002.