Police Arrest Georgetown Physician In Drug Investigation

Dr. Robert Yost (WTVQ News ABC 36)
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Updated: 1/24 5:54 pm

State Police said they have arrested a Georgetown physician after a drug investigation in Scott County.

Troopers said they arrested Dr. Robert Yost, 48, for trafficking a controlled substance.

According to investigators, someone told them that a physician in Scott County was selling crystal methamphetamine.

After several controlled buys from the suspect, police said they obtained a search warrant for his residence and found illegal narcotics.

Yost has been charged with Trafficking Controlled Substance 1st (Methamphetamine) and Trafficking Controlled Substance 1st (GHB).

He bonded out of the Scott County Detention Center around 7:30 p.m.

Yost will next be in court on February 13th.

The investigation is continuing by Kentucky State Police Drug Enforcement Special Investigations Branch.

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