Update: Lexington Store Reportedly Raided For Alleged Drug Distribution

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 5/10/2013 8:12 pm
There's an update in a story about the FBI's search of a Lexington convenience store.

The Lexington Herald-Leader says a federal indictment accuses the president of the company that owns the store of using it to distribute oxycodone.

The business on Winchester Road near the Fayette-Clark County line was searched on Wednesday.

The newspaper says the indictment was unsealed Thursday.

It says 11 people were charged, including Bassam Alfroukh.


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