Deputies: Drugs, Cash & Guns Found In Frankfort Home

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 4/20 7:47 pm
A Frankfort man was arrested after deputies say he was caught with drugs, cash and several loaded guns.

Patrick Stipes, 20, was arrested Friday outside of his home on Woodland Avenue.

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office said he was illegally carrying a pistol under his shirt.

Deputies said they searched the house and found close to three pounds of high grade marijuana with a street value of approximately $16,800.00.

They said they also seized spoons with burnt heroin residue, two xanex bars, and cocaine residue in a plastic baggie.
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