Police in Laurel County charged three people Wednesday after witnessing a drug transaction in the driveway of a house in southern Laurel County, according to a news release from Sheriff John Root.
Root and detectives Brad Mitchell and Billy Madden were watching the house after numerous complaints from neighbors, and because there had been a drug overdose at the house, according to the news release.
The officers arrested Ashley Hobbs, 50, of Bell County, and Vicky Bolton, 54, of Laurel County, on charges of first-degree drug trafficking immediately after seeing the two allegedly sell pain pills.
Not long after, an alleged accomplice showed up to deliver more pills, according to the release.
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Officers charged David C. Parsley, 63, of Laurel County with first-degree drug trafficking.
Police expect more arrests, according to the release.