Traffic stops two hours apart net drug arrests

Drugs confiscated in Godbey arrest/Boyle County Sheriff's Department

BOYLE COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Two traffic stops two hours a part late

Austin Godbey/Boyle County Sheriff’s Department

Thursday night resulted in separate drug charges against two men.

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According to the Boyle County Sheriff’s Department, Austin Godbey, of Danville, was charged with meth and marijuana trafficking following a traffic stop by K9 Deputy Tanner Abbott and Deputy Braydon Hopper just before midnight on North 4th Street in Danville.

Deputies say they seized two clear bags containing marijuana and a set of digital scales were also found.

They pulled Godbey over for an improper turn signal, according to the department’s citations.

In a separate case two hours earlier, the deputies charged Walter

Walter Roberts/Boyle County Sheriff’s Department

Roberts, of Danville, with trafficking in meth and possession of heroin following a traffic stop on Lexington Avenue in Danville.

Deputies say they found a white power substance believed to be fentanyl/heroin, a crystal-like substance believed to be methamphetamine and approximately $400 in cash in the car.

Walter Roberts of Danville was arrested and transported to the Boyle County Dentition Center.

Drugs, cash seized in Roberts’ arrest/Boyle County Sheriff’s Department