3 Arrested in Laurel County on Meth-Related Charges

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 5/11 1:06 am
Deputies in Laurel County made three arrests Friday that they said were tied to crystal meth.

Officers said they found Anthony Raymond and Michelle Browning with just under two grams of meth on each of them Friday afternoon on Old Crab Orchard Road.

They believe Raymond and Browning were trying to resell it.

Charlene Johnson was also arrested after deputies reportedly found her on Old Crab Orchard Road with drug paraphernalia.

They were all booked in the Laurel County Detention Facility.
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