2 Accused of Trafficking Prescription Drugs in Nicholasville

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 3/21 7:29 pm
On Friday, Nicholasville police said they received a call about a suspicious person in the Mobile Court area. When they got there, they said two people were hanging around a home where neither one of them lived.

According to officers, a consent to search uncovered a heavy amount of prescription medication that was still inside the manufacturer's bottles, valued at $30,000.

26-year-old Lacey DeWitt and 43-year-old Robert Fox were both arrested and charged with trafficking in a controlled substance.
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