Two busted for selling meth, heroin from motel room

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – An undercover operation results in drug-trafficking charges

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against two Louisville men accused of selling meth from a hotel room in London.

An AR-15 rifle, handgun, meth and heroin, cash and even Narcan spray to reverse overdoses, was seized, according to Laurel County Sheriff John Root.

The sheriff said 34-year-old Michael A. Osborne and 21-year-old Alexander Christian Finley wee charged. Both were charged with conspiracy and possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. Osborne also is charged on a Kentucky parole board parole violation for absconding parole on a drug conviction in Jefferson County, according to the department.

Deputies and detectives involved in the arrests and investigation included: Detective Richard Dalrymple, Detective James Sizemore, Sgt. John Inman, Deputy Justin Taylor, Deputy James Fox, Deputy Landry Collett. London City Police also assisted the Sheriff’s office at the scene.

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