Times-Tribune Staff Report
Corbin Police arrested two people Tuesday on Roy Kidd Avenue, according to the Corbin Police Department.
Donna Phipps, 52, of Corbin, was charged with first-degree trafficking in controlled substances, 10 or more dosage units. She was also served with a Laurel County bench warrant for failure to appear in court.
Phipps was jailed in the Knox County Detention Center in Barbourville.
Corbin Police also listed Roy Neal as being charged with possession of marijuana.
According to Maj. Rob Jones, the arrests came after police, with the help of a confidential informant, purchased oxycodone from Phipps at her home on Roy Kidd Avenue.
After police executed a search warrant on the residence, both Phipps and Neal were placed under arrest.
Lt. Glenn Taylor was the investigating officer. He was assisted by Jones, Capt. Coy Wilson, Det. Rusty Hedrick, Lt. Rick Baker and Ptl. Jeff Hill.
Taylor is continuing the investigation.
Times-Tribune Staff Report
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