PADUCAH, Ky. (3/14/14) – Detectives with the McCracken County Sheriff's Department arrested two Paducah men and a Paducah woman and cited another woman on various offenses Thursday afternoon.
On Thursday morning, the Cabinet for Health and Family Services received a complaint alleging that illegal drug activity was occurring at 1101 Madison Street in Paducah. The complaint alleged that two small children were normally present when these activities were taking place.
A joint investigation was conducted by the McCracken County Sheriff's Department and the Cabinet for Health and Family Services which led to a search of 1101 Madison.
Detectives located marijuana and paraphernalia throughout the residence as well as in Mario Reed's possession.
The investigation led to the arrest of Mario Reed, 32, of Paducah for trafficking marijuana second or subsequent offense and possession of marijuana.
While detectives and Health and Family Services were attempting to complete the investigation, Michael Williams-Johnson, 29, began interfering.
Williams-Johnson became very disruptive and would not let investigators finish. He was arrested for disorderly conduct second degree.
Santana Reed, 29, of Paducah, was also arrested for possession of marijuana. Helen Reed, a resident of the apartment, was cited for possession of marijuana as well.
In a separate investigation, detectives arrested Clifford Irons, 45, of Paducah. Irons was arrested after the completion of an investigation into the illegal sale of prescription pain medication. The investigation showed that Irons had sold half of his Hydrocodone prescription in less than one day. He was arrested during a traffic stop in the 1100 block of Oscar Cross in Paducah. He was charged with trafficking controlled substance second degree.All arrested individuals were lodged in the McCracken County Regional Jail.
Information Provided by McCracken County Sheriff's Department
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