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  1. ZenobiaSky
    18634.jpg A Frankfort couple were charged with drug trafficking after a traffic stop yielded an estimated $67,000 in pills and marijuana, Frankfort Police say (Kentucky).

    Christopher Mays, 33, was stopped in his 1995 Chev-rolet Caprice on Rolling Acres Drive around 6:30 p.m. Dec. 12, police say. During the stop, Officer Josh Baker saw Mays’ girlfriend, 24-year-old Brittany Hawkins, drive by in a Toyota Corolla several times.

    Hawkins later stopped to ask about Mays, and police eventually searched both vehicles, the couple’s home on Turnberry Court and a nearby location, according to police. They found 8,195 oxycodone hydrochloride, alprazolam and morphine sulphate pills; 7.6 pounds of marijuana; assorted drug paraphernalia; and cash.

    Police say the drugs’ estimated street value is $67,000.

    Mays faces charges of first- and third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, trafficking in marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and second-degree disorderly conduct.

    Hawkins is charged with first- and third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance; trafficking in marijuana; tampering with physical evidence; and possession of drug paraphernalia.

    Both are free on bond. Mays posted $3,730 and Hawkins $3,220, according to police.

    The State Journal: Frankfurt, Kentucky: December 21, 2012
    http://www.state-journal.com/latest headlines/2012/12/21/traffic-stop-nets-67k-in-drugs

Comments

  1. Twan
    wow how come the bond is so low? I had a 1000 bond for a misdemeanor and this is a bunch of felonies
  2. Basoodler
    Don't they only have to put up 10% to get out? Like its set for $33,000 and they put up $3300 to get out?
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