‘Suspicious activity’ call results in drug arrest

Steven Knuckles/Madison County Sheriff's Department
MADISON COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Don’t think calls from concerned citizens make a difference? Law enforcement say it works every day.
As an example, Thursday, Madison County deputies responded to a call of suspicious activity in the Gabbardtown Road area and end up arresting 41-year-old Steven Knuckles on drug charges.
Deputy Josh Horn responded to the area and found a parked car with three people inside. As he approached, one of the three ran but was caught after a short chase by Horn, according to the department.
K9 Deputy Martin Wesley arrived and deployed K9 ‘Jimmy.’ The dog indicated drugs were in the car and during a search, deputies seized suspected methamphetamine and paraphernalia, according to the department.
Knuckles, of Richmond, was charged with second-degree fleeing, first-degree drug possession and possession of paraphernalia.
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