Corbin Police Say Undercover Drug Buy Led to Arrests

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 12/17/2011 7:49 pm
Corbin Police say an undercover drug buy led to two arrests.

Police say officers bought methamphetamine and hydrocodone from Jimmy Gilbert, Jr. and Heather Miller.

Investigators say a tip led them a home on Sixth Street in Corbin.

Police say they found four meth labs inside the house.

Gilbert and Miller are charged with manufacturing and trafficking drugs and are still in jail.
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