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19 arrested in N.Ky. drug roundup

Police arrest a man during a drug roundup in Grant County. Ryan Greenlese/FOX19 Police arrest a man during a drug roundup in Grant County. Ryan Greenlese/FOX19
A woman walks out of a mobile home in handcuffs Wednesday in Grant County. Ryan Greenlese/FOX19 A woman walks out of a mobile home in handcuffs Wednesday in Grant County. Ryan Greenlese/FOX19
GRANT COUNTY, KY (FOX19) -

Kentucky State Police, the Grant County Sheriff's Office and the Williamstown Police Department arrested 19 people during an early Wednesday morning drug roundup.

Those arrested include:

Charles Cox, 50, of Crittenden, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance (opiates) in the first degree (one count) and trafficking in controlled substance second degree (two counts). 

Eryn Criss, 22, of Williamstown, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance (opiates) in the first degree (one count).

Jo Ann Matthews, 34, of Crittenden, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance (opiates) in the first degree (one count). 

Linda Moloney, 47, of Crittenden, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance (opiates) in the first degree (two counts).

Timothy Kannady, 28, of Dry Ridge, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance (heroin) in the first degree (two counts).

Anthony Gibson, 20, of Dry Ridge, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance (heroin) in the first degree (five counts). He was also charged with possession of a controlled substance first degree (heroin), possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia from items located at the residence.

Ronald Beach, 34, of Dry Ridge, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance (opiates) in the first degree (one count) and trafficking in a controlled substance (opiates) second degree (one count).

Rachel Beach, 29, of Dry Ridge, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance (opiates) in the second degree (one count).

Alyna Storey, 33, of Dry Ridge, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance (heroin) in the first degree (two counts). She was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia from items located at the residence.

Jimmie Green, 62, of Dry Ridge, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance (opiates) in the first degree (two counts). He was also charged with possession of a controlled substance first degree (opiates), possession of a controlled substance third degree (two counts) and possession of drug paraphernalia from items located at the residence.

Angela Taylor, 34, of Williamstown, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance (opiates) in the second degree (two counts). She was also charged with possession of a controlled substance first degree (Heroin) and possession of drug paraphernalia from items located at the residence.

Edith Austin, 35, of Elsmere, was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine first offense.

Mikayla Jones, 20, of Crittenden, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance (heroin) first degree (one count).

Jesse Vance, 31, of Crittenden, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance (opiates) second degree.

Bridgette Souder, 20, of Dry Ridge, was charged with possession of a controlled substance first degree (heroin), possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jerry Bastain, 48, of Dry Ridge, was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Thomas Holt, 27, of Williamstown, was charged with possession of a controlled substance (heroin) first degree and possession of drug paraphernalia

Matthew Ryan, 29, of Verona, was charged with sell or transfer of a simulated substance first offense from a district court warrant.

Justin McNerney, 35, of Dry Ridge, was charged with theft by unlawful taking under $500 from a district court warrant. 

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