Police: Paint Link Couple Sold Drugs Within 1,000 Feet Of School

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Updated: 1/06 7:45 pm
Corbin Police arrested a man and woman who officers said sold drugs near a school.

John Gray and Nicole White, both from Paint Link, face several charges.

According to investigators, a confidential informant bought drugs from the couple in both Knox and Whitley Counties and within 1,000 feet of a Corbin school.

Police said White's two children were in the car at the time of the drug bust.

Knox County Social Services reportedly placed the children with a family member.

Officers said they seized around 2 ounces of marijuana, $800 in cash and the van the couple used to make their drug deliveries.


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