Heroin Bust In Frankfort

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 6/21/2013 8:45 pm
Frankfort Police said a search warrant in the 400 block of Harrodswood Road on Thursday, led to the seizure of 10-grams of heroin with an estimated street value of $4,000.

Police said the warrant was the result of an extensive investigation by the Frankfort Police Department Flex Unit into reported drug trafficking in that area.

Investigators said they arrested Michael Williams, 27, and Lavonte Kimbro, 20, both of Frankfort.

Police said both suspects were charged with Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree.

Both suspects were lodged in the Franklin County Regional Jail.

Police said the investigation was ongoing and additional charges were pending.
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