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Police arrest 18 in latest drug roundup

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Thirteen people were arrested and indicted on drug trafficking charges after a drug roundup Thursday, June 12, covering Carroll, Trimble and Gallatin counties.

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Officers with the Kentucky State Police, Carrollton Police Department and the U.S. Marshal Fugitive Task Force served arrest warrants on 13 people who were indicted on charges of trafficking heroin, methamphetamine and prescription narcotics

They are: Alfred Davis, 47, Milton; Jamie Sachleben, 34, Milton; Jason Sachleben, 28, Milton; Cory Satchwell, 25, Carrollton; Kevin Reynolds, 44, Warsaw; Darrell Ligon, 25, of Warsaw; Jay Bush, 24, of Sparta; Brittany Barnard, 25, Warsaw; Vicky Harlow, 48, of Carrollton; Patricia Embry, 56, Carrollton; Raymond Horn, 35, Warsaw; Jill Beers, 35, of Warsaw; and Christopher Schave, 30, Warsaw.

The indictments came after a three-month undercover drug investigation conducted by the Kentucky State Police. Five other individuals were arrested during the course of the roundup for other charges, according to a state police news release.

Nellie Bishop, 40, and Nancy Lightfoot, 31, both of Warsaw, were arrested for hindering apprehension, according to police.

At a residence in Gallatin County, troopers arrested three people in addition to the subject being arrested on the indictment warrant. Jill Beers, 35, of Warsaw, Ky., was arrested as part of the drug roundup. When approaching her home, troopers allegedly found several marijuana plants growing in pots outside of the home, according to the news release. A search warrant was obtained and troopers located $5,000 cash, 6  grams of methamphetamine, 3 grams of heroin, 10 firearms, 32 marijuana plants, and 105 marijuana seedlings. The three other individuals arrested were Jennifer Webster, 37, of Sparta, Jeffrey Eggleston, 44, of Covington, and Richard Marksberry, 37, of Warsaw. All four individuals were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, unlawful possession of a meth precursor, trafficking methamphetamine, trafficking heroin, cultivation of marijuana – greater than five plants, and controlled substance endangerment to a child. Marksberry also was charged with resisting arrest and terroristic threatening. Two children living in the home were released to family members. 

Of the original 20 indictment warrants, seven individuals have not been located, police said. 

All but one of those arrested were lodged at the Carroll County Detention Center.  Jay Bush is in the Kenton County Detention Center.