Trafficking

Kayla Miller, 30, was arrested by Kentucky State Police on Tuesday on the charges of failure to wear seatbelt, DUI second offense, first degree trafficking in the controlled substance cocaine, first degree trafficking in marijuana, first degree possession of a controlled substance, second degree possession of controlled substance – hallucinogen, and possession of open alcoholic beverage. State police allegedly seized cocaine, hallucinogenic mushrooms, marijuana, THC wax, pills and cash from her vehicle. Miller will go to court in Greenup County and is currently out of jail on a $5,000 secured bond. 

FLATWOODS – State Police conducted a traffic stop on Tuesday that led to the arrest of a Flatwoods woman and seizure of cocaine, hallucinogenic mushrooms, marijuana, THC wax, pills and cash from a vehicle.

Kayla Miller, 30, was arrested by Kentucky State Police after the troopers conducted a traffic stop on her 2004 Honda Accord, said a press release issued by KSP Post 14.

“Upon further investigation troopers located several grams of suspected cocaine, hallucinogenic mushrooms, several ounces of marijuana and suspected THC wax, organic smart vape cartridges of suspected THC, a number of dextramphetamine pills, and a large amount of cash,” said the press release.

Miller was arrested by the troopers and charged with failure to wear seatbelt, DUI second offense, first degree trafficking in the controlled substance cocaine, first degree trafficking in marijuana, first degree possession of a controlled substance, second degree possession of controlled substance – hallucinogen, and possession of open alcoholic beverage, said the press release.

The press release said the case remains under investigation by KSP Trooper Patrick Bailey.

Miller will appear in Greenup County District Court on the charges and is currently out of jail on a $5,000 secured bond, according to court records.