KSP Conducts State Wide Drug Roundup

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Updated: 11/01/2013 6:31 pm
Kentucky State Police were out in full force Friday, making more than 300 drug related arrests in the agency's biggest drug roundup in history.

More than 470 arrest warrants were issued, with more than 700 charges filed.

The roundup was a coordinated effort between KSP, the DEA and other federal agencies including the FBI and US Marshall's Office.

State Police were assisted by more than 1,000 tips from across the state.

If  you have a drug tip for law enforcement you call the tip-line at: 1 (800) DOPE TIP



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