drug arrest 04 300MCCRACKEN COUNTY, Ky. (5/30/13) – On Wednesday afternoon, Detectives with the McCracken County Sheriff’s Department arrested three individuals at a McCracken County residence charging them with drug and gun offenses.
 
A joint investigation conducted by McCracken and Marshall County Sheriff Departments led to the execution of a search warrant on Wednesday, May 29, at 520 Bonds Road, the Kendal Terry residence, in McCracken County. Detectives executed the warrant at approximately 3:45 pm.
 
While at the residence conducting the search, a Ford Expedition was observed arriving and then attempting to leave. Detectives stopped the vehicle and found it to be occupied by Everett Reed, James Shock and Kendal Terry. All three individuals were arrested after a search of the vehicle yielded a quantity of Methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.
 
Detectives continued the investigation with the search of residence on Bonds Road where additional drug-related items and a stolen rifle were subsequently seized.
 
Detectives determined that rifle had been reported stolen from the residence of David Oakes located on Ridge Road in Marshall County on May 27. Oakes reported that someone had made entry into his residence, taking a flat screen television, a Bennelli shotgun, jewelry and other assorted items. Also taken from the residence was a 2007 Audi A8 Green in color passenger car bearing Kentucky license plate 612 MVL.
 
The majority of the items that were stolen from the Ridge Road residence are still missing.
 
The investigation is continuing.
 
Anyone with information pertaining to this burglary is asked to contact crime stoppers at 270-443-TELL. Those with information leading to the arrest of involved parties of this burglary could eligible for a cash reward of up to $1000.
 
SurfKY News
Information provided by Jesse Riddle (McCracken County Sheriff’s Department)

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