Frankfort police seize over $30,000 in illegal narcotics


FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Frankfort Police Department says it’s seized a large amount of illegal drugs and cash from several locations in the city.

According to detectives, they recovered more than 570 Oxycodone pills, 200 Xanax bars, 27.6 grams of heroin, 650 grams of marijuana, seven firearms, and over $5,000 in cash.

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Police say the searches also lead to the seizure of a credit card embossing machine and a credit card skimmer.

Authorities say four people were arrested on drug trafficking charges, including: 27-year-old Shawn Anderson, 19-year-old Viktoria Gravitt, 26-year-old Robert Judkins and 21-year-old Denzell Vance.

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