LOUISA, KY. — On Jan. 19th The Louisa Police Department and Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office continued its efforts towards fighting the drug issue with their new D.I.C.E. Program (Louisa, Lawrence Co. Drug Interdiction Cooperation Enforcement program).
Ptl. Hunter James arrested Alexis Carter, 28 of Louisa and Frank Pospisil 24. Both are charged with Trafficking in Controlled Substance were transported and lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center.
DRUG SNIFFING K-9 KENYA HELPS NAB ALLEGED DRUG SELLER
LOUISA, KY. — During a traffic stop by D.I.C.E. (Drug Interdiction Cooperation Enforcement) The Louisa Police Department reported on their website that they noticed suspicious activity by occupants of a vehicle.
LPD’s Sgt. Steve Wilburn deployed their drug K9 Kenya and officers located Methamphetamine packaged for individual sale along with money and drug Paraphernalia that is used for drug trafficking.
Dustin Slone, 40 of Louisa was arrested at that time by Ptl. Hunter James.
Sheriff Chuck Jackson was also present and assisting with the arrest.
Slone was transported to the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center on multiple charges.
DICE is new and it’s the Louisa/ Lawrence drug interdiction Co-op enforcement
according to Sheriff Chuck Jackson. A formal meeting will be held Jan. 31, Jackson said, when further details of the program will be announced.