TheTimesTribune.com, Corbin, KY

Homepage

June 30, 2011

13 arrested in Whitley County drug roundup

Police seek seven more suspects in connection

CORBIN — By Sharae Myers / Staff Writer

Thirteen people were arrested on drug charges in an early morning roundup Wednesday in Whitley County.

 As of late Wednesday, police were still seeking seven more people in connection with the roundup, which was led by the Williamsburg Police Department along with Whitley County Sheriff’s Department. They were assisted by Kentucky State Police and the Jellico Police Department.

The Whitley and Williamsburg police have been conducting the investigation since January using informants to make controlled drug buys of prescription pain killers.  

All suspects were jailed in the Whitley County Detention center following their arrest. According to police and jail records, the following people were arrested:

Ronald Lee Ball, 38, of Williamsburg, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, prescription controlled substance not in original container and selling controlled substance to a minor.

Lois Jean Vanover, 35, of Williamsburg, second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (amphetamine), prescription controlled substance not in original container and  possession of drug paraphernalia.

Connie M. Reeves, 44, of Jellico, Tenn, first-degree trafficking  in a controlled substance.

Christy Stephens, 29, of Williamsburg, trafficking in marijuana.

Scott A. Jones, 32, of Williamsburg, second- degree trafficking in a controlled substance, failure to comply with sex offender registration and second-degree persistent felony offender.

Johnny L. Hubbard,40, of Williamsburg, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance.

Raymond D. Douglas, 43, of Williamsburg, trafficking in marijuana.

Roger D. Keith, 44, of Williamsburg, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance.

Jeffery L. Combs, 45, of Williamsburg, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance.

David L. Centers, 44, of Williamsburg, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance.

John F. Kanter, 26, of Williamsburg, second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance.

Ralph D. Rains, 49, of Williamsburg, second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance.

Anita J. Troutman, 42, of Williamsburg, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, first-degree possession of a controlled substance.

1
Text Only
Homepage
0721 flower show 3521.jpg

Local News
Local Sports
  • Tripped Up: Tough loss follows Saturday's walk-off win

    By Chris Parsons
    Sports Editor
    BOWLING GREEN — The Corbin Little League All Stars began the 2014 State Tournament with as exciting a finish as any baseball fan could hope for, but struggled on day two, falling to 1-1 after the first two days.

    July 21, 2014

  • Comeback Effort: Knox County recovers from 24-0 loss, grabs 4-2 win in pool play

    By Chris Parsons
    Sports Editor
    BOWLING GREEN — After what could have turned in to a demoralizing 24-0 loss to Eastern to start State Tournament pool play Saturday, the Knox County 11-year-old All Stars recovered nicely Sunday, picking up a 4-2 win over Paintsville.

    July 21, 2014

Editorials
Features
0708 Kelsey White Miss Ky.jpg

Kelsey White

  • Local woman vyes for Miss Kentucky crown

    A Williamsburg woman is among the 32 contestants representing local scholarship pageants from across the state who will vye for the title of Miss Kentucky 2014. 

    July 8, 2014 1 Photo

Letters
Entertainment
  • July’s jumpin’ in Downtown Corbin

    After Thursday’s fun, festivities and fireworks during the Independence Day Block Party, how do you top the month best known as the sizzling center of summer?

    July 7, 2014

Front page
Featured Ads
AP Video
Raw: Israel Bombs Multiple Targets in Gaza Veteran Creates Job During High Unemployment Raw: Cargo Craft Undocks From Space Station Widow: Jury Sent Big Tobacco a $23B Message New Orleans Plans to Recycle Cigarette Butts UN Security Council Calls for MH 17 Crash Probe Obama Bestows Medal of Honor on NH Veteran Texas Sending National Guard Troops to Border Hopkins to Pay $190M After Pelvic Exams Taped Foxx Cites Washington 'Circus Mirror' NASA Ceremony Honors Moon Walker Neil Armstrong Obama Voices Concern About Casualties in Mideast Diplomacy Intensifies Amid Mounting Gaza Toll AP Exclusive: American Beaten in Israel Speaks Obama Protects Gay, Transgender Workers Raw: Gaza Rescuers Search Rubble for Survivors Raw: International Team Inspects MH17 Bodies Raw: 25 Family Members Killed in Gaza Airstrike US Teen Beaten in Mideast Talks About Ordeal 'Weird Al' Is Wowed by Album's Success
Twitter Updates
Follow us on twitter
Hyperlocal Search
Premier Guide
Find a business

Walking Fingers
Maps, Menus, Store hours, Coupons, and more...
Premier Guide
Facebook