KSP: Shots fired call leads to meth arrest

WHITE PLAINS, Ky. (WTVQ) – State Police say a “shots fired” complaint led to a meth arrest of a teenager in Hopkins County on Tuesday.

State Police say when a Trooper arrived at the scene of the complaint on Drakes Creek Road in White Plains, he saw 19-year old Joshua Massey, of White Plains, pull into the yard on a mini-bike.

The Trooper says Massey told him he didn’t have a valid operator’s license.

Suspecting that Massey was under the influence, the Trooper conducted a series of field sobriety tests and says he found a bag of methamphetamine on Massey.

Massey was lodged in the Hopkins County Detention Center.

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