Search of home yields drugs: KSP

Nathan Roberts/Hopkins County Jail

HANSON, Ky. (WTVQ) – A Hopkins County man is charged with trafficking in methamphetamine after state troopers allegedly found the drugs in his home during a search.

According to the Kentucky State Police, 45-year-old Nathan Thomas Roberts, of Hanson, was charged Saturday night after Trooper Ridge Porter, of Post 2 in Madisonville executed a search warrant on Roberts’ residence.

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Troopers say they discovered suspected methamphetamine, suspected heroin, suspected MDMA, and narcotic prescription pills.

He is charged with one count of trafficking and two counts of drug possession. He has a $5,000 cash bond, according to Hopkins County Jail records.