State Police Conduct Drug Bust at Morehead Hotel

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/09 2:30 pm
State Police said they received two separate phone calls early Wednesday morning reporting possible drug activity at Morehead's Comfort Inn and Suites on Highway 801.

Officers said they entered one of the rooms and found four people inside, along with small amounts of crack cocaine and heroin.

Darrell Boddie Jr., 25, of Dayton, Ohio, Joseph Martin, 27, of Mt. Sterling, Andre Burns, 41, of Dayton, Ohio, and Christina Thornsburg, 19, or Owingsville were all arrested.
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