Two arrested after Jacksboro Road drug investigation | News


Two people were arrested Saturday following a drug investigation in southern Pulaski County.

According to the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office, Deputy Trent Massey and other members of the Sheriff’s Office joined Constable Randy Goff with the Lake Cumberland Area Drug Task Force to conduct an investigation into Jacksboro Road following multiple complaints to law enforcement regarding location and sale. illegal drugs there.

The operation took place around 3:30 p.m. Saturday.

Dustin Brewer, 34, of West Bourbon Road in Somerset, and Holly Sumner, 36, of Evarts, Ky., were identified outside the residence during the investigation and both had warrants active arrests against them, according to the sheriff’s office. As Deputy Massey approached the residence, the two suspects ran but Massey quickly apprehended them, according to the sheriff’s office.

Lt. Daryl Kegley prepared and submitted a search warrant for the shed behind the residence at 2184 Jacksboro Road; according to the sheriff’s office, Brewer was known to stay in the shed. The warrant was granted and served by the sheriff’s office.

Following the search, numerous empty plastic bags and electronic scales were found inside, according to the sheriff’s office, which added that Massey also found several items outside the shed near the where he pursued and located the suspects, including: a plastic bag of suspected methamphetamine weighing approximately 8.7 grams, a plastic bag containing suspected heroin weighing approximately 5.7 grams, and a plastic bag containing the alleged heroine weighing approximately 1.4 grams.

The investigation determined that the illegal substances and drug paraphernalia belonged to Sumner, who was charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, first offense (more than two grams of methamphetamine) and first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. degree of a controlled substance, first offense (plus less than two grams of heroin).

According to the sheriff’s office, Sumner also had a parole violation warrant for fleeing on parole and failing to complete drug treatment. She was transported to the Pulaski County Detention Center, where she remains housed as of the date of this press release.

Dustin Brewer had a warrant from the Pulaski District Court for failure to appear for auto insurance charges, another from the Pulaski District Court for vehicle registration and insurance charges, and a Pulaski County Circuit Court indictment for possession of heroin. Brewer was transported to the Pulaski County Detention Center where he remains in custody as of the date of this news release.

This investigation is continuing by Deputy Trent Massey.

Sheriff Greg Speck asked anyone with information about drug-related activity or a crime to contact the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office at 606-678-5145. You can remain anonymous. You can also tip online at http://www.pulaskisheriff.com.

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