Kentucky State Police arrest Graves County man on meth trafficking charge
Police say they also found weapons and more than $69,000 in cash during a search of the suspect's home.
Saturday, June 6th 2015, 12:33 PM EDT
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Kentucky State Police have arrested a man on an allegation of meth trafficking.
Police arrested 63-year-old Randy Brownlee on Friday, following a search of his home in Graves County, Kentucky.
Authorities say they acted after receiving a tip on Thursday.
Police say they uncovered about 25 grams of crystal meth during the search. Officials also say they found more than $69,000 in cash during the search. Authorities say they believe the money stems from illegal narcotics sales.
Investigators also say an assault rifle and two handguns were found and seized during the search.
Brownlee is charged with trafficking in meth, marijuana possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.
He was held in the Graves County Jail, but he has been released on bond.
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