Deputies: Guns, Drugs & Cash Seized In Home Incarceration Arrest

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 1/09/2013 11:22 pm
In Laurel County a man is accused of drug trafficking while he was on home incarceration.

The Sheriff's Office says it found marijuana, pills, guns, televisions, and $45,000 in cash in the home of Milford Allen, Junior.

The Sheriff says Allen had an ankle bracelet from a previous felony and that there were three kids in the home at the time.

And the Sheriff says some people showed up to buy drugs..not knowing deputies were there.
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