Alleged parole violator busted on new drug charges

STANTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – A traffic stop lands a convicted felon back in jail on drug trafficking charges after suspected meth and heroin were found in his car, according to police.
The stop happened in a business parking lot in Stanton in Powell County Wednesday night. Stanton Police and Powell County Sheriff’s deputies got assistance from Clay City Police K9 unit and drug dog Patan, which indicated drugs in the car, according to Stanton and Clay City police.
Officers found the suspect drugs in a lockbox in the back seat of the car and charged Aaron Todd with trafficking, possession of drug paraphernalia and parole violation, police said.
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