3 arrested after officers say they sold prescription pain medication from home | Crime
MCCRACKEN COUNTY, KY (KFVS) - The McCracken County Sheriff's Department Drug Division ended a month-long investigation with the arrest of three Paducah residents on Tuesday, September 11.
Annette Arnold, 44, of Paducah was charged with second degree trafficking a controlled substance.
Dwayne Parquet, 50, of Paducah was charged with second degree trafficking a controlled substance.
Gregory Arnold, 44, of Paducah was charged with second degree trafficking a controlled substance.
According to the sheriff's department, at about 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 11, detectives executed a search warrant at 1421 South 9th Street. Detectives say they found Annette and Gregory Arnold, two other adults and two small children inside the home. Arnold and Parquet were taken into custody on McCracken arrest warrants related to the investigation.
Officers searched the home and say they found evidence of prescription pain medication trafficking. They say they also found marijuana plants, some marijuana and a pistol inside the home.
Shortly after the search was over, Gregory Arnold was found outside the home and also arrested.
The sheriff's department says the search warrant and arrests were the result of a month-long investigation where they bought doses of Hydrocodone from Annette Arnold, Greg Arnold and Dwayne Parquet. They say the trio was selling Annette Arnold's medication from home. It is also believed that children were present when the pain pills were sold.
The sheriff's department says the investigation is ongoing and more arrests are expected.
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