Content Tagged 'Drug Trafficking'

Two Indicted in Franklin Co. for Drug Trafficking
The Franklin County Sheriff says Leah Hebert and Paul Boone have both been charged with drug trafficking and child endangerment charges.
Arrest Warrants Issued For 51 People In Harlan County Drug Investigation
Arrest warrants were issued for 51 people in Harlan County following a nine-month undercover drug trafficking investigation by Operation UNITE.
Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy Arrested For Drug Trafficking
The FBI and State Police said Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy Billy Rice was arrested at his home on drug trafficking charges.
Pike County Deputy Sheriff And Dispatcher Charged With Drug Trafficking
A Pike County Sheriff's Office dispatcher and deputy were arrested Thursday morning following an undercover drug investigation by Operation UNITE.
82-Year Old Frankfort Man Arrested on Drug Trafficking Charges
Frankfort Police said James A. Broughton, 82, of Frankfort, is accused of trafficking prescription pills.
Four Arrested In Undercover Drug Investigation
Four people were taken to jail after an undercover drug trafficking investigation in Laurel County. Video Video
London Woman Charged With Trafficking Crystal Meth
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office said numerous complaints of suspected drug dealing at a home led to a search and eventual arrest of Tyanna Branstetter, 27, of London.
Richmond Police: Michigan Man Charged With Drug Trafficking
Richmond Police arrested Carl Anderson, 35, of Hamtramck, Michigan on drug trafficking charges following a search of an apartment.
Prosecutor: Former State Trooper Tried To Trade Drugs For Sex In Uniform
Former Kentucky State Trooper Michael Fred Pennington, who had already pleaded guilty to federal drug charges, has now been convicted of carrying a firearm while trafficking prescription narcotics.
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