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5 Arrested in Berea Drug Bust

Officers in Berea said when they executed a search warrant at a home Valley Street, they found several jars and plastic bags holding marijuana.

UPDATE: Clay Co. Sheriff Reports Fatal Shooting Not Drug-Related

Meth and other drugs have been ruled out in a fatal shooting that occurred during a turkey hunt Thursday morning, according to the Clay County Sheriff.

Grieving Mother Wants Special Session To Fight Heroin Epidemic

22 people died in Fayette County in 2012 from heroin overdoses. This year, already 13 people have died with 11 more cases pending.

Franklin Sheriff: $16K in Marijuana Found in Drug Bust

A search warrant issued at an apartment on John Davis Boulevard Monday turned up around $16,000 in marijuana and over $7,000 in cash, according to the Franklin County Sheriff.

Husband and Wife Charged with Drug Trafficking

On Wednesday, Madison County deputies said they made a stop at Hagar Drive to serve an arrest warrant to a man who had escaped custody.

Daycare Owner Charged with Drug Trafficking

An arrest of four people allegedly involved in trafficking heroin in Madison County includes a woman who is the reported director a daycare, according to officials.

Laurel Co. Traffic Stop Leads to Two Drug Arrests

Deputies in Laurel County said an early morning traffic stop on Friday wound up in two meth-related arrests.

Kentucky Continues Fight Against Heroin

Law Enforcement officials continue to make heroin arrests while state lawmakers attempt to pass legislation to help win the battle.

Study Shows Heroin Overdoses Increasing in Ky

A new report from the Kentucky Injury and Prevention Research Center reveals that while drug overdoses appear to be leveling off, there's been a sharp rise in deaths from heroin use.

UK Issues Alert After Reports Of Female Students Being Drugged At Parties

The University of Kentucky issued an alert Friday after several female students claimed to have been drugged at two off-campus parties.

Franklin Sheriff: Investigation Leads to Substantial Drug Bust

Franklin County deputies said as a result of their investigation into heroin trafficking, they discovered a massive amount of illegals drugs at one home in Frankfort.

Police: Paint Link Couple Sold Drugs Within 1,000 Feet Of School

Corbin Police arrested a man and woman who officers said sold drugs near a school.

Police: Paint Link Couple Sold Drugs Within 1,000 Feet Of School

Corbin Police arrested a man and woman who officers said sold drugs near a school.

Richmond Man Charged with Kidnapping & Attempted Rape

A night of fun turned into a kidnapping and attempted sexual assault, according to Richmond police.

Richmond Man Charged with Kidnapping & Attempted Rape

A night of fun turned into a kidnapping and attempted sexual assault, according to Richmond police.

Somerset Man Arrested on Drug Charges

The Pulaski County Sheriff's Department has arrested James Bradley Townsend, 34, on drug charges.

3 Plead Guilty to Drug Charges

A Corbin woman and 2 men from London pleaded guilty to drug charges after detectives conducted a drug investigation.

Lexington Agencies Join Forces To Battle Heroin Abuse

Police say the heroin sold today is more pure and more lethal than it was in the 60's and 70's

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