Search Warrant Leads To Drug Arrest In Boyle County

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 10/18/2013 8:24 pm
The Boyle County Sheriff's Office said on Thursday, simultaneous search warrants were executed as part of a narcotics investigation.

One of the search warrants was conducted on West Secretariat Drive and the other on Duncan Hill in Danville.

Investigators said Rodney P. Dunn, Junior, 27, of Danville, was taken into custody at the Duncan Hill location and charged with:
  • Trafficking in Marijuana
  • Cultivate in Marijuana
  • Trafficking in a Controlled Substance
  • Prescription not in proper container
Investigators said a large sum of money, along with tools to traffic drugs and various narcotics were found at the Duncan Hill location.

The Boyle County Sheriff's Office said the investigation is on-going and that more arrests are expected.
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