18 arrested in Laurel County drug bust

jmadden@herald-leader.comJuly 29, 2014 

After an 11-month investigation, Kentucky State Police arrested 18 people on drug charges Tuesday, the state police said in a news release.

The people live in Corbin Manor Apartment Complex.

Those arrested and the charge or charges they face:

■ Corine Edwards, 44, four counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Karen Hollin, 47, three counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Amber Fuston, 21, three counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Rhonda Fuston, 52, three counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Amanda Fuston, 25, three counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Melissa Bennett, 45, second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Jennifer Kysar, 31, four counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Tiffany Banning, 26, three counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Patricia Young, 45, three counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Bridgett Smith, 50, three counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Kimberly Johnson, 23, two counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance and one count of first-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ William Edwards, 33, three counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Melissa Banning, 20, six counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Latoy Kiser, 28, four counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Joanna Denham, 39, four counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Cody Smith, 22, three counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Michael Chambers, 53, four counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

■ Tonjy Young, 48, three counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.

Justin Madden: (859) 231-3197. Twitter: @HLpublicsafety

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