Suspicious vehicle call turns into drug bust in Laurel County

LONDON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Two people were arrested on drug charges overnight Wednesday in Laurel County after deputies responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in a business parking lot.

Deputies say it happened around 2:15 a.m. off the West Cumberland Gap Parkway, approximately ten miles south of London.

Investigators say they found a man and woman in a car who had a large amount of pseudoephedrine tablets, methamphetamine, suspected Suboxone, marijuana and a large amount of cash.

Deputies say some of the drugs were found under the vehicle after 43-year old Glenna Neace, of Corbin, tried to conceal meth under the car when she got out.

Investigators say the passenger, 44-year old Marcus Abner, of Corbin, had a flashlight that was hallowed-out and contained two plastic bags containing suspected meth.

Both suspects were taken to jail in London.

Glenna Neace

Marcus Abner

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