Dakota Sagraves

Dakota Sagraves, 27, was arrested by the Kentucky State Police on the charges of trafficking in the controlled substance heroin, trafficking in the controlled substance methamphetamine, first degree possession of the controlled substance heroin, first degree possession of the controlled substance methamphetamine, possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, careless driving, and several other charges.

RUSH A Grayson man was arrested by state police on drug trafficking and drug possession charges after a traffic stop revealed a man was allegedly in possession of multiple drugs and a handgun.

Dakota Sagraves, 27, was arrested by the Kentucky State Police traveling west on US 60 towards Grayson. Authorities conducted a traffic stop after Sagraves was allegedly driving in a careless manner, driving from side to side and crossing the centerline, according to police reports.

The trooper said Sagraves appeared to be intoxicated and allegedly had slurred speech and was unsteady on his feet.

Sagraves failed the sobriety test according to police reports and was placed under arrest. The trooper then searched the vehicle allegedly finding a small .25 caliber handgun, two sets of black digital scales, several small clear bags, 1.5 grams of suspected Methamphetamine, and approximately 5.5 grams of suspected Heroin, according to police reports.

On June 3, KSP received information that Sagraves was allegedly trafficking in a large amount of heroin, based off pictures of conversations between him and a female subject, according to police reports.

Sagraves was arrested on the charges of trafficking in the controlled substance heroin, trafficking in the controlled substance methamphetamine, first degree possession of the controlled substance heroin, first degree possession of the controlled substance methamphetamine, possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, careless driving, and several other charges.

Sagraves was previously convicted of third-degree burglary, according to police reports.

Sagraves was first transported to Kings Daughters Medical Center where implied consent was read and he refused to take a blood test, according to police reports. Sagraves was then lodged at the Carter County Detention Center.