BELL COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – A pair of well-known suspected meth traffickers are arrested again in Bell County.
According to the Bell County Sheriff’s Department, at about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Bell County Chief Deputy Doug Jordan and Deputy Frank Foster arrested 58-year-old Michael Brock and 63-year-old Goldie Webb, both of Frakes, following “a lengthy investigation” by the Sheriff’s Office and the Drug Enforcement Agency.
The two are arrested on federal charges of conspiracy to traffic more than 500 grams of methamphetamine, the department said in a release..
The two are no strangers to arrests. The sheriff’s department arrested both on Feb. 11, 2020, and last August, according to the department.
During a safety checkpoint last August, they were charged after drugs and weapons were found in their vehicle.
She is a prior convicted felon.
On Sep. 6, 2019, after a thorough investigation involving controlled substances, firearms, stolen ATVs, and cash including supposed drug runs to Georgia, deputies went to their home in Frakes with a search warrants and found meth, cash, drugs and ammunition, the department said..
Then on Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, deputies returned with another search warrant related to the September search and recovered more drugs, including seven grams of meth Brock had in his underwear when he was being booked into jail, the department said.