Five pounds of meth found during drug busts in Floyd County


FLOYD COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Deputies in Floyd County say drug busts at several locations led to the seizure of more than five pounds of meth.

The Floyd County Sheriff’s Office says over the last week deputies have been investigating drug trafficking and issuing search warrants throughout the county.

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Deputies say they conducted four raids in total, so far, which have also led to several arrests and thousands of dollars in stolen property recovered along with several guns.

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