casey county round up
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rick

Dunnville, KY

#1 Feb 22, 2011
yee hah! saddle up boyz it's time for a round up! lock your doors!
not even

Nicholasville, KY

#2 Feb 22, 2011
rick wrote:
yee hah! saddle up boyz it's time for a round up! lock your doors!
NIce..........This stuff isnt a joke.
starlight

Enigma, GA

#3 Feb 22, 2011
how do you know this ?????
newspaper

Nicholasville, KY

#4 Feb 22, 2011
Officers bring in suspected drug sellers
Sealed indictments issued against at least 30 people
By Donna Carman
Tuesday, February 22, 2011 at 3:07 pm (Updated: February 22, 3:30 pm)
•Officers bring in suspected drug sellers
Law enforcement officials hit the streets early Tuesday morning, bringing in several people who had been named in sealed indictments handed down by a Casey County grand jury on Feb. 14.
At presstime yesterday, 13 people charged with trafficking in drugs had been brought into the Casey County Sheriff’s Department, with at least 17 more expected to be served.
According to Kentucky State Police Det. George Atwood, officials with the Drug Enforcement Special Investigations (DESI) West unit and the High Intensity Drug Traffic Area (HIDTA) unit, as well as KSP Post 15, the Casey County Sheriff’s Department and the Liberty Police Department, were involved with bringing in the suspected drug offenders.
“It’s been a joint investigation going on for approximately a year and a half,” he said.
Officers brought in the first suspect shortly after 7 a.m. As each one was brought into the sheriff’s office, Atwood said they were taken on to the Casey County Detention Center and bonds were set. All will face appearances in Casey Circuit Court.
Those arrested Tuesday morning, all on counts of trafficking in a controlled substance, include:
—Laura Ann Scott, 42, of 4186 Jonathan Fork Rd., Liberty, on two counts, second degree, first offense.
—Robin Foy Scott, 49, of 4056 Jonathan Fork Rd. and/or 4186 Jonathan Fork Rd., Liberty, one count, second degree, first offense.
—Robert Gadberry, 39, of 6737 North Ky. 837, Kings Mt., two counts, second degree, first offense.
—Tony Eldridge, 46, of 299 W. Doe Creek Rd., Liberty, one count, second degree, second offense.
—Tina Robbins, 41, of 1356 Haggard Dr., Liberty, one count, second degree, first offense.
—Dale Fields, 50, of 1565 Thomas Ridge Rd., Dunnville, one count, first degree, second offense.
—Billy “Bozo” Sheene, 48, of Means Rd., Kings Mt., one count, second degree, second offense; and persistent felony offender, second degree.
—Nina “Vicki” Ernst, 28, of 7521 East Ky. 70, Middleburg, three counts, second degree.
—James Nicholas Ernst, 29, of 7521 East Ky. 70, Middleburg, one count, second degree.
—Hansel Wesley Propes, 55, of 1179 East Ky. 70, Yosemite, two counts, second degree, first offense.
—Brent Grimsley, 29, of 101 Ellison Dr., Liberty, one count, second degree, first offense; and persistent felony offender, second degree.
—Greg Wahl, 46, of 5108 Ky. 837, Waynesburg, two counts, second degree, first offense.
Atwood said Grimsely and Wahl were already lodged in the Casey County Detention Center, and were served there.
—William F. Grider Jr., 50, of 784 West Doe Creek Rd., Liberty, one count, second degree.
Atwood said Grider faces additional charges of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, and possession of marijuana. When Trooper Kenny Perkins and Sheriff Jerry Coffman served the indictment on Grider Tuesday morning, they discovered methadone, marijuana, a handgun and about $3,800 in cash, Atwood said.
dragonfly

Lexington, KY

#5 Feb 22, 2011
when is the next round-up going be? maybe the law is trying to get some of them, if you have young kids growing up, if they catch and prosecute even one,thats one that your kids may be safe from.
red

Adel, GA

#6 Feb 22, 2011
good job!!!!!!!!!!
Get em all

Winchester, KY

#7 Feb 22, 2011
We don't need these dealers around!!!!!!! Keep up the good work.
Hey

Lexington, KY

#8 Feb 22, 2011
They will book'em fine and turm'em loose.
Putty

Corbin, KY

#9 Feb 22, 2011
dragonfly wrote:
when is the next round-up going be? maybe the law is trying to get some of them, if you have young kids growing up, if they catch and prosecute even one,thats one that your kids may be safe from.
most of them are already out!!
my opinion

Lexington, KY

#10 Feb 22, 2011
It cost the jail money to keep them in so they will work with them on the bail to get them out. I think the courts are just interested in the fine money and what ever else they can get out of them.
ukfan82

London, KY

#11 Feb 23, 2011
It is tax time! What a conveant time?
Get em all

Winchester, KY

#12 Feb 23, 2011
How true!!! We need stiffer punishment this drug prob can't be stopped but it could be slowed down to a minimum.
anything

United States

#14 Feb 23, 2011
Hey wrote:
They will book'em fine and turm'em loose.
who got them
whats up

Brownsville, TN

#15 Feb 23, 2011
who today?
just saying

Lexington, KY

#16 Feb 23, 2011
They don't pick them up in the day time it will be in the middle of the night .....
say what

Irvine, KY

#17 Feb 23, 2011
yes they started picking them up at 7 am yesterday morning and it was a mixture of state and county cops.
just saying

Lexington, KY

#18 Feb 23, 2011
Yes but that was the first round and the others know they will be coming for them so they may have to get them in the middle of the night
know

Somerset, KY

#19 Feb 23, 2011
ukfan82 wrote:
It is tax time! What a conveant time?
yeah they done this the same time last year. Two of the people they got didn't even do anything, they just went by someones word. So the sheriff dept. is lucky they are not being sued right now. I wish the people would sue them though. These cops pay druggies to buy stuff off people, why don't they get in trouble. I think our sheriff's dept. needs to be investigated. Especially after the cases that were dismissed, they are just trying to get money from people. They use to take money from the bootleggers and let them sale, but they were getting money too so they were happy. This town is just messed up all around. They need to worry about all the meth that is being made around here. Just saw on the news the other day about a little kid being killed because the meth lab blew up. They need to worry about the drug that kills people!
hmm

Lexington, KY

#20 Feb 23, 2011
Alot of worryed people out there right now wondering if the law is coming for them LOL
prying eyes

Nicholasville, KY

#21 Feb 23, 2011
hmm wrote:
Alot of worryed people out there right now wondering if the law is coming for them LOL
You must be an unhappy person. To take pleasure in others peoples downfalls. Thats not even cool.You should pray for your neighbor and this worls,and town would be a better place to live..Can you just imagine that.Praying instead of Prying..Now thats a thought for the day.This is the first time i have checked this site,and wow.. Its for the unhappy for sure. I cant imagine reading this garbage daily..Today was enough for me.

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