Kentucky State Police have made 28 drug arrests and confiscated more than $1 million worth of narcotics in relation to an alleged narcotics hub in the Ashland Greyhound Bus Terminal.
The bus station was being used as a hub to traffic drugs between Detroit and northeastern Kentucky and nearby areas of West Virginia and Ohio, state police said.
In three months since a tip, police made several arrests and confiscated high quantities of prescription pills, heroin and marijuana, according to the release.
There are now 22 suspects lodged in the Boyd County Detention Center in relation to the investigation. The police have also made 34 traffic citations in the investigation, according to the release.
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The investigation is ongoing and those with information should contact Kentucky State Police Post 14.