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ADAIR CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE ARRESTS 3 ON DRUG CHARGES

 
The Adair Co. Sheriff’s Office arrested 3 people for the illegal sale or distribution of methamphetamine early this morning (Wednesday, May 29, 2019).
 
The Adair County Sheriff's Office obtained a search warrant for the home of Justin Gilpatrick in the 5000 block of Allen Schoolhouse Road. The residence and its occupants have been under investigation for reported drug activity. At approx. 2:00amCT this morning, the  Adair Sheriff‘s Office & their drug K-9 "Nitro", the Russell County Sheriff’s Office and Kentucky State Police executed the search warrant and located approximately 20 grams of methamphetamine (individually bagged), a stolen motorcycle, a stolen tv, and miscellaneous stolen tools from the State Dock.  
 
Justin Gilpatrick, 26, of Columbia, KY, along with 33-year-old Roger D. Weston and 42-year-old Dana Kinnett both of Jamestown, KY were arrested on charges of Trafficking in a Controlled Substance, 1st degree (Methamphetamine) and Receiving Stolen Property over $500. Weston & Kinnett were also charged with Tampering with Physical Evidence.
  
All three individuals were lodged in the Adair County Regional Jail.  Adair County Deputy Brandon Hitch is leading the investigation with assistance from the Russell County Sheriffs Office and Kentucky State Police. 
 

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