Kentucky State Police arrested a man for marijuana possession and first-degree controlled substance trafficking (10 dosage units or more, date rape drug) after troopers pulled over a vehicle on Interstate 75 that was going slower than other traffic and weaving in the lanes.

Police thought the driver may have been under the influence or fatigued, according to a citation. When troopers spoke with the driver, Vincent Hudson, 35, Gwinnett, Georgia, he said he was tired and was going to stop at exit 87 to take a break.

While troopers were talking to Gwinnett, they smelled marijuana, but Gwinnett denied consent to search the vehicle, the citation states. A police dog was then called and indicated the presence of drugs.

Troopers searched the vehicle and found a small amount of marijuana and about 4,000 pills of suspected ecstasy, the citation states. They took Gwinnett to the KSP post, where the DEA was called, and federal charges may be pending after lab results.

Gwinnett was then taken to the Madison County Detention Center, where he remained Thursday afternoon, according to online jail records.

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Richmond police arrested James Gabbard, 42, Walter Lakes, Waco, Wednesday afternoon on a Madison County indictment warrant that charges him with controlled substance trafficking (heroin).

Gabbard was arrested at Wendy's and was taken to the MCDC, where he remained Thursday afternoon, according to online jail records.

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Others arrested recently include:

• Brandy Cordial, 37, Inglewood Way, Richmond, first-degree controlled substance possession (methamphetamine) and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia.

• Christy Hardesty, 47, West Jefferson Street, Berea, first-degree controlled substance possession (methamphetamine), buying/possessing drug paraphernalia and tampering with physical evidence.

The Register collects and publishes police reports as a public service to its readers. The reports often contain allegations against individuals and do not mean the individuals actually committed a crime. All people named in connection with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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