Four Arrested In Undercover Drug Investigation

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Updated: 1/18/2013 5:50 am

Four people were taken to jail after an undercover drug trafficking investigation in Laurel County.

Officials arrested Steven Floyd, 52, Joyce Mounce, 59, Shane Begley, 42, and Teddy Vaugh, 51, at separate locations Thursday.

Sheriff’s officials said the four were involved in trafficking crystal meth.

In total, officials said they confiscated 70 grams of crystal meth and a large amount of cash.

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bobboclock - 1/19/2013 3:39 PM
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Sorry 36, that was the last time I click on any of your stories. It never goes to the correct story.
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