KSP conducts drug roundup


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Reina P. Cunningham|Daily News Kentucky State Police Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs escorted Steven Allen from the back of the patrol car into the Pineville Police Department.


Reina P. Cunningham|Daily News Kentucky State Police Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs directed Charlotte Hunley into the Pineville Police Department.


Reina P. Cunningham|Daily News Kentucky State Police Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs guided Deana Stevens into the Pineville Police Department. Stevens was one of the first individuals picked up in the roundup.


Troopers from Kentucky State Police Post 10 conducted a drug roundup in Bell County on Wednesday morning.

KSP Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs said the roundup stemmed from a nine-month long drug investigation.

He said the investigation concentrated on the sale of crack cocaine, methamphetamine and prescription medications.

The Pineville Police Department was used as the processing station. Several troopers, Bell County Sheriff’s Office deputies and officers with the Middlesboro and Pineville police departments assisted in the roundup.

Jacobs said of the 25 individuals sought, 16 had been located by 4 p.m.

Those arrested include:

*Steven Allen, 32, of Blackmont, first-degree trafficking a controlled substance;

*Deana Stevens, 35, of Blackmont, three counts of first-degree trafficking a controlled substance, one count of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance

*Charlotte Hunley, 47, of Blackmont, two counts of first-degree trafficking a controlled substance, three counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance;

*Amber Goins, 18, of Dunlop Hill, first-degree trafficking a controlled substance;

*Bonnie Baker, 26, of Middlesboro, three counts of first-degree trafficking a controlled substance;

*Pamela Goins, 45, of Middlesboro, two counts of first-degree trafficking a controlled substance;

*Irene White, 38, (in Bell County Detention Center), first-degree trafficking a controlled substance;

*William Ledford, 52, of Middlesboro, two counts of first-degree trafficking a controlled substance;

*Michael Green, 39, of Middlesboro, first-degree trafficking a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school, third-degree trafficking a controlled substance;

*Earl Carroll, 42, of Middlesboro, first-degree trafficking a controlled substance;

*Michael Nash, 50, of Middlesboro, two counts of first-degree trafficking a controlled substance;

*Brian Patterson, 29, of Middlesboro, two counts of first-degree trafficking a controlled substance;

*Lisa Reed, 50, of Middlesboro, first-degree trafficking a controlled substance;

*Stacey Sparks, 39, of Middlesboro, first-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

*Sheena Philpot, 31, of Pineville, one count of first-degree trafficking a controlled substance, one count of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance;

*Brian Bunch, 38, of Barbourville, one count of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

Reina P. Cunningham|Daily News Kentucky State Police Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs escorted Steven Allen from the back of the patrol car into the Pineville Police Department.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Allen2.jpgReina P. Cunningham|Daily News Kentucky State Police Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs escorted Steven Allen from the back of the patrol car into the Pineville Police Department.

Reina P. Cunningham|Daily News Kentucky State Police Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs directed Charlotte Hunley into the Pineville Police Department.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Hunley2.jpgReina P. Cunningham|Daily News Kentucky State Police Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs directed Charlotte Hunley into the Pineville Police Department.

Reina P. Cunningham|Daily News Kentucky State Police Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs guided Deana Stevens into the Pineville Police Department. Stevens was one of the first individuals picked up in the roundup.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Stevens2.jpgReina P. Cunningham|Daily News Kentucky State Police Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs guided Deana Stevens into the Pineville Police Department. Stevens was one of the first individuals picked up in the roundup.

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