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White Plains Residents Arrested On Drug Charges



Three Hopkins County residents are facing drug charges following their arrests by Kentucky State Police. According to the report, State Police received a complaint Friday regarding the location of wanted fugitive Chad Love, at a residence on Hardwick Road, in White Plains. Around 6:27pm, State Police made contact with the homeowner, Glen Larkins, who then gave consent to search his property for Love.

While searching a single room building located just south of the residence, State Police located Stephanie Combs and Heather Parker sitting on the floor. While speaking with the two women regarding the location of Love, troopers located suspected methamphetamines. State Police then exited the building and located Love hiding underneath the deck, which extended from the building over a pond. 

Love was then arrested for the active felony warrant out of Hopkins County. During a search of the residence, State Police also located two plastic baggies of suspected marijuana and items consistent with drug paraphernalia. Chad Love was arrested on charges of Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia,  and 1st Degree Possession of Meth. Stephanie Combs and Heather Parker were both arrested on charges of 1st Degree Possession of Meth and 2nd Degree Hindering Prosecution. All three were taken and lodged in the Hopkins County Detention Center. 

 

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Locations : Hopkins County
People : Chad LoveGlen LarkinsHeather ParkerStephanie Combs
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