Suspect on the run after police seize several pounds of meth, fentanyl from Bowling Green home

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Several pounds of drugs were seized in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and police are searching for the suspect.

Thursday, The Bowling Green - Warren County Drug Task Force, with assistance from the Warren County Sheriff's Office and Kentucky State Police, executed a search warrant at a home on Walnut Creek Court in Bowling Green.

During the search, 18 pounds of meth, 6,000 fentanyl tablets, 11 pounds of cocaine, three pounds of marijuana, almost a pound of ecstasy, four handguns and more than $300,000 in cash were seized.

FBI: 26 arrested, more sought in 'massive' drug ring investigation


The FBI said more than 20 suspected drug traffickers in the Louisville region have been arrested, and they're looking for more.

FBI was seen raiding several locations across Louisville on Tuesday.

Later in the day, the U.S. Department of Justice released names of 34 people across the city and in southern Indiana connected to a drug investigation called "Operation Frozen River."

At least six of these suspects were arrested on Tuesday.

Three arrested in forged prescription case in Bowling Green

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) - Three people have been arrested by the Bowling Green-Warren County Drug Task Force after they investigated a forged prescription case in Bowling Green.

Dominic Escamilla, 21, of Aurora, Illinois, was charged with third-degree criminal mischief. resisting arrest, first-degree criminal possession of a forged prescription and attempting to obtain a controlled substance by fraud.

Deion Fisher, 26, of Dolton, Illinois, was charged with first-degree criminal possession of a forged prescription and attempting to obtain a controlled substance by fraud.

Bowling Green men arrested in ‘largest seizure’ of crystal meth valuing over $500K

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) - Two Bowling Green men were arrested Wednesday after the Bowling Green-Warren County Drug Task Force seized 80 pounds of crystal methamphetamine with a street value of over $500,000.

“This is the largest seizure of Crystal methamphetamine ever in warren county. I think about a year and a half, two years ago we had a case that just recently settled in federal court where we seized 44 pounds of crystal meth, so it’s almost double that,” said Tommy Loving, Director of the Drug Task Force.

One kilogram of meth seized from southern Laurel County motel

Local, state and federal law enforcement authorities seized one kilogram of methamphetamine from a southern Laurel County motel early Friday morning, and have charged a Nicholasville man and a Corbin woman in connection with the case, according to a Laurel County Sheriff’s Department release.

The joint drug investigation was conducted between the 75/80 Drug Interdiction Team, ATF and Kentucky State Police at 3:13 a.m. that resulted in a search warrant being sought and executed on the motel room, the release stated.

Agents Seize Over $2 Million in U.S. Currency and More Than 10,000 Diverted Oxycodone Pills

LONDON, Ky. – Investigators from the DEA Criminal Diversion Group, the Kentucky Attorney General’s Office, the Barbourville Police Department, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office, and the Manchester Police Department arrested twelve people, and seized approximately 10,000 diverted oxycodone pills and over $2,000,000 in U.S. Currency, as the result of an investigation into a Louisville-based drug trafficking operation.

$120,000, guns, drugs seized, nine indicted on federal charges

MT. STERLING, Ky. (WTVQ) – A multi-agency investigation over 10 months resulted in the indictment recently of nine people in a 27-count federal drug trafficking indictment.

The work was done by the Gateway Area Drug Task Force which said the indictments disrupted a “large-scale drug trafficking organization.”

The nine people indicted on federal drug charges included:

Officials: More than $190,000 of fentanyl seized

Search warrant in Bell County leads to large seizure of Crystal Meth and arrest of Pineville man

On Wednesday, April 14, 2021, members of the Appalachia Narcotics Investigations executed a search warrant on Kentucky Avenue in Pineville, Ky that yielded approximately one pound of crystal meth, a small amount of marijuana and over $1,000 in cash. The search warrant was a result of an ongoing investigation by ANI as well as information received by Officer Brandon Hollingsworth of the Pineville Police Department.

Seven charged in largest meth seizure in Warren County history