Three men and one woman were arrested on narcotics charges in a Thursday, June 4 drug bust in Caneyville.
As part of a multi-agency effort, officers from the Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force, the Grayson County Sheriff’s Office, the Leitchfield Police Department, and the Kentucky State Police executed a search warrant at a residence on Maple Street in Caneyville.
Upon searching the residence, police arrested 24-year-old Daniel Stevenson, of Falls of Rough;25-year-old Tiffany Logsdon, of Falls of Rough; 38-year-old Jeremy Sanders, of Caneyville; and 40-year-old Jeffrey Sanders, of Caneyville.
Stevenson, who already had “several outstanding warrants against him,” according to Sheriff Norman Chaffins, was charged with manufacturing the illegal drug methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance in the first degree (methamphetamine), possession of drug paraphernalia and outstanding warrants for parole violations, and escape.
Logsdon was also arrested and charged with manufacturing methamphetamines, possession of a controlled substance in the first degree (methamphetamine), possession of drug paraphernalia, and hindering apprehension in the second degree.
Jeremy Sanders was charged with manufacturing methamphetamines, unlawful transaction with a minor in the first degree, and hindering apprehension in the second degree.
Jeffrey Sanders was charged with manufacturing methamphetamines, and hindering apprehension in the second degree.
Stevenson, Logsdon, Sanders and Sanders were each lodged in the Grayson County Detention Center follow their arrests.
“We have received numerous tips on all of these individuals in the past,” Chaffins said following the arrests. “Unfortunately, we receive tips weekly on drug dealers right here in our county.”
Chaffins said that his office will continue to investigate each and every tip received, and continued on to say “We want all the drug dealers to know that you are not welcome here and that we are starting to receive information daily from your neighbors, friends and family, because they are tired of it as well. You will eventually be caught if you continue to sell in our county.”
He explained that his office will continue to reach out to other area agencies to work together on such cases, as they did with Thursday’s multi-agency bust.