Edmonson Voice Staff Report:
Two Hart County men have been arrested and are facing multiple felony drug charges after a traffic stop conducted by the Edmonson County Sheriff's Office, according to a press release from the sheriff.
According to the sheriff's office, deputies were patrolling on Cub Rub Road on Saturday, September 28th around 9PM when they initiated a traffic stop on a 1993 GM pickup truck which was located in the westbound lane, facing eastbound with two individuals inside.
The driver was identified as Timothy W. Taylor (38) of Munfordville, KY, and was found to have an active indictment warrant from Grayson County for trafficking and possession, according to the press release.
The Sheriff's Office reported that while performing a Search Incident to Arrest for the active warrant, a bag of suspected methamphetamine was located on Taylor’s person, along with suspected drug paraphernalia that contained suspected methamphetamine residue.
According to the press release, a probable cause search of Taylor’s vehicle was then performed, which yielded a metal container with 18 suspected codeine pills, along with several different forms of drug paraphernalia, some which contained suspected methamphetamine residue.
A passenger in Taylor’s vehicle, David Randall Kerr, Jr. (51) of Horse Cave, KY was also found to have a small bag of suspected methamphetamine on his person, according to the sheriff's office.
Both Kerr and Taylor were charged with:
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Both were lodged in Simpson County Jail.