State Police Make Heroin Bust In Scott County

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Updated: 6/25/2013 9:48 pm
State Police said a search warrant executed Tuesday around 4:00 a.m. in a room at the Georgetown Knights Inn Hotel on Paris Pike in Georgetown led to the arrest of a Harrison County man on drug charges.

Investigators said they seized approximately 4-grams of heroin, with a street value of $1,000, around $360 in cash and drug paraphernalia.

State Police said Justin C. Wills, 27, of Cynthiana, was arrested on the scene and taken to jail in Scott County.

State Police said the arrest was the result of an ongoing investigation.
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