LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Grayson County Sheriff's Office has a stern warning for drug dealers.

Sheriff Norman Chaffins said his department, along with Kentucky State Police, launched "Operation Sheepdog."

"We're gonna find you," Chaffins said. "We're gonna find where you're staying. We're gonna find where you're dealing the drugs. Because the people you're selling the drugs to are coming to us. And your competition is coming to us. And we're gonna find you, and we're gonna find them. And we're not gonna stop."

On Wednesday in Big Clifty, Kentucky, a tip from the public uncovered 80 marijuana plants and led to the arrests of a man with meth and several fugitives.

Deputies arrested 4 other wanted suspects Thursday as well as a man accused of growing marijuana.

Officers also handed out 30 traffic tickets and made a DUI arrest as part of the operation.

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