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KSP: Search of outbuilding leads to drug arrest

By Trooper Nick Hale

Liberty, KY - On Tuesday, December 8, 2020, at approximately 4:23 PM, Trooper Billy Begley responded to a residence on Thomas Ridge Road in Liberty to assist Probation and Parole on a home visit.

Upon arrival Trooper Begley observed 46 year old William Luttrell of Dunnville, KY, exiting an outbuilding with two other males. Luttrell consented to a search of the outbuilding, which resulted in the location of several bags of suspected marijuana, suspected methamphetamine, and a smoke pipe.

Luttrell was arrested and charged withTrafficking in a controlled substance, 1st degree 2nd offense (> or 2 grams methamphetamine) (enhancement), trafficking in marijuana ( 8 ounces to < 5 lbs) 1st offense, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Luttrell was lodged in the Casey County Jail.

Tpr. Begley was assisted by Tpr. Zach Scott, Probation and Parole Officer Adam Wilson, and the Casey County Sheriffs Department.

This story was posted on 2020-12-09 11:26:38
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