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12 people indicted on drug charges in Lincoln County

October 27, 2011|By TODD KLEFFMAN | tkleffman@amnews.com

STANFORD — A Garrard County deputy working undercover with a Kentucky State Police drug task force has created trafficking cases against 12 people who were recently indicted by a Lincoln County grand jury.

Deputy Keith Addison testified in all of the cases presented to the grand jury in September. The indictments were not released until last week because they were sealed until all warrants were served upon the defendants, Lincoln County Clerk Teresa Reed said.

Addison has been working with state police’s Drug Enforcement Special Investigations East, a multi-agency taskforce which deploys officers to work undercover outside their normal jurisdictions to make drug cases, Garrard County Sheriff Ronnie Wardrip said. 

All of the Lincoln County indictments were obtained using confidential informants to make drug buys. Bonds were set at $25,000 for each defendant.

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Those indicted were:

n Christopher V. Floyd, 25, of 242 Cardinal Circle, Lancaster, trafficking in hydrocodone on March 15.

n Joseph A. Ross, 26, of 135 Brookview Road, Hustonville, three counts of trafficking in methadone on Feb. 17, March 16 and March 23. 

n James Jarvis, 25, of 135 Brookview Road, Hustonville,  trafficking in methadone on Feb. 17. 

n Steven E. Singleton, 35, 4431 Stanford Road, two counts of trafficking in methadone on Feb. 18 and April 14. 

n Jimmy D. Berry, 50, of Jimmy Berry Lane, trafficking in hydrocodone on May 10. 

n Jerry L. McAninch, 39, 400 Neals Creek School Road, two counts of trafficking in methadone on March 16 and April 14.

n Kami L. Scarborough, 28, of Orlando, Ky., two counts of trafficking in hydrocodone on Dec. 29 and Jan. 25.

n Barbara M. Brock, 49, and Ralph T. Brock, 39, both of 1660 Ky. 1781,¿Waynesburg, trafficking in methamphetamine on Oct. 8, 2010.

n Trenton W. Volk, 25, of 1616 Sycamore St., Crab Orchard, trafficking in marijuana, methadone and hydrocodone, and tampering with evidence, on Sept. 15, 2010.

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