20 People Arrested in Laurel County Drug Roundup

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Updated: 3/24/2012 12:07 am
State Police say they arrested 20 people in Laurel County as part of a drug offender roundup.

They had been investigating related illegal drug activity for 13 months.

Those arrested include David Hamilton, Janice McWhorter, Tiffany Wicker, Geraldine Lynch, Clifton Tuttle, William Mayes Jr., Jennifer Mills, Ruth Lynch, Gary Maggard, April Rookstool, Judi Proffitt, Timothy Lynch, Thorold Johnson, Kenneth Hoskins, Eddie Parker, Hazel Shroyer, Samantha Caffrey, Stanley Harris, George Griffey, and Carol Caffrey.

All of the suspects were all charged with drug trafficking.

Police expect to arrest more people for similar crimes soon.
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