The Clay County Sheriff’s Department is calling it Operation Avalanche, as part of an effort to crack down on illegal drug trafficking in the county.
Like an avalanche, charges ranging from possession to manufacturing methamphetamine came down on the accused Thursday, as a result of several months of undercover investigations, says Clay County Sheriff Kevin Johnson.
The Kentucky Department of Highways is currently in negotiations with the coal companies, who’s coal hauling has been one source of the damage.
The Governor Bert T. Combs Campground on Beech Creek was sold out for Fall Fest this Saturday, says Mayor George Saylor.
Clay Sheriff's Department Arrests 10
More Arrests to Come
The Clay County Sheriff’s Office conducted “Operation Avalanche” Thursday, arresting ten individuals, and more arrests pending.
As of Monday, Stop N’ Shop’s Marathon Head Manager IJ Mann says the store has sold more than 1,400 cases of beer in less than two days.
Employees there say customers have come from Clay, Laurel, Leslie, and other areas to buy their beer, since their license was issued Friday evening.
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