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September 14, 2012

Four arrested for drug trafficking

GRAYSON — Four Carter County residents were arrested after a six-month investigation into drug trafficking, according to the Kentucky State Police.

The four were arrested Wednesday during a raid at two residences on Fourth Street and Sunflower Drive in Grayson. Authorities seized cocaine, a large amount of cash and a car.

Arrested were: Ruth Lockler, 49; Jose Hernandez, 38; Luis Perez-Diaz, 39; and Francisco Camacho, 20.

The KSP Drug Enforcement/Special Investigations Unit, Troopers from two KSP posts, the FBI and the Carter County Sheriff’s Office were part of the raid.

 

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