Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

Local News

October 10, 2008

KSP drug roundup

Oct. 1, 2008 — According to Post 14 Kentucky State Police in Ashland, troopers have been conducting an ongoing investigation into illegal drug trafficking in Carter, Boyd, Lawrence and Greenup counties. A drug roundup took place on Wednesday, Sept. 24.

As a result of these investigations a Carter County grand jury issued indictments on 18 subjects for 24 charges.

A Boyd County grand jury issued indictments on 10 subjects for 12 charges.

These 27 people are being charged with trafficking controlled substances and trafficking in cocaine.

On Wednesday, Sept. 24, Post 14 troopers conducted a roundup, which netted 15 arrests on 23 charges of trafficking in illegal drugs. There were seven additional charges discovered while serving the warrants.

Troopers at Post 14 will continue to attempt to serve the remaining warrants.

Those arrested on Sept. 24 were:

¥ Janie Simmons, 47, of Grayson - three counts of trafficking in controlled substances

¥ Kosha Wagoner, 21, of Olive Hill - three counts of trafficking in controlled substances

¥ Jeromy Lawhorn, 23, of Rush - one count of trafficking in controlled substances

¥ Joshua Lawhorn of Rush -one count of trafficking in controlled substances

¥ Terry Godby, 26, of Rush Ðone count of trafficking in controlled substances

¥ James Segraves, 36, of Willard - one count of trafficking in controlled substances

¥ Vickie Hall, 51, of Ashland - three counts of trafficking in cocaine

¥ Christopher Gamble, 35, of Ashland Ð one count of trafficking in controlled substances

¥ Cindy Wells, 30, of Hitchins - two counts of trafficking in controlled substances

¥ Ronnie Wells, 31, of Hitchins - two counts of trafficking in controlled substances

¥ Charles Bond, 29, of Grayson - one count of trafficking in controlled substances

¥ Michael Preston, 32, of Ashland - one count of trafficking in controlled substances

¥ David Whitley, 30, of Ashland - one count of trafficking in controlled substances

¥ John Martin, 42, of Ashland - one count of trafficking in controlled substances

¥ David Isaacs, 35, of Ashland - one count of trafficking in controlled substances

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