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Campbellsville Police make endangering welfare of minor arrests

From Campbellsville Police Department

Campbellsville Police were called to the residence at 419 Bowman Street to answer a domestic disturbance call for service, today, Tuesday, October 9, 2012.. Upon arrival, Officers entered the residence to determine the safety and condition of the occupants. When they entered the residence, a quantity of illegal drugs was discovered. Officers investigated further and recovered packaged marijuana and $153.00 in cash. Officers seized the drugs and money as evidence.

Officers Ryan Jewell and Scotty Perian arrested Corie W. Barnett; w/m; age 36 and Ashley N. Barnett; w/f; age 24 both residing at 419 Bowman Street. The Barnett's were lodged in the Taylor County Jail under charges of (1) Trafficking in Marijuana less than 5 lbs.; (2) Endangering the Welfare of a Minor; and (3) Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. The investigation is continuing.

This story was posted on 2012-10-09 16:20:58
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