Edmonson Voice Staff Report:
Three Sweeden residents have been arrested and now face multiple felonies after Edmonson County Sheriff's Deputies attempted to serve an active indictment warrant, according to a press release from the sheriff's office.
The press release stated that on Monday evening, September 30, 2019, Edmonson County Sheriff’s Office arrived at 5101 Blackgold Road in Sweeden to serve Westley Moyer (33), with an active indictment warrant for:
According to the sheriff's office, after locating Moyer at the residence, deputies observed drugs and guns in plain view, which resulted in law enforcement serving a search warrant for the property. In the homeowner’s bedroom, officers reportedly found multiple bags of suspected methamphetamine, with drug paraphernalia officers said was commonly used for measuring and bagging meth with intent to sell.
Also found in the homeowner’s bedroom were multiple (suspected) Hydrocodone pills, numerous other unidentified pills, multiple bags with suspected methamphetamine residue, and other additional forms of drug paraphernalia, according to the press release.
Deputies said there was also a bottle of suspected Tramadol (Ultram) prescribed to someone else not living at the residence. Inside the house, law enforcement reportedly found multiple long guns and two different handguns.
Law enforcement also reported that they found an open container beside the bed in a room identified as a child's room, with multiple (suspected) Tramadol pills inside of it. Behind the house, officers reportedly found a container with multiple marijuana plants, along with paraphernalia officers said was commonly used for cultivating marijuana.
Jennifer Elmore (40) and Sarah (34) and Westley Moyer (33), all three residents of the 5101 Blackgold Road property, were charged with:
Jennifer Elmore and Sarah Moyer were arrested and lodged in Butler County Jail. Westley Moyer was arrested and lodged in Hart County Jail.
This investigation is ongoing, with further charges and arrests pending, the sheriff's office reported.
Edmonson County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by Brownsville City Police.