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DEME, MOFFITT, ROBERTSON

The Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force concluded a year long investigation last week, executing multiple search warrants Jan. 15 in Louisville, Eliza­beth­town and Radcliff, which resulted in the arrest of three suspects.

According to a news release, a pound of methamphetamine, 6 ounces of cocaine, 10 grams of crack cocaine, 119 grams of marijuana, marijuana vapes and edibles were seized.

The release said Edward DeShawn Robertson, 48, and Lashana Moffitt, 34, of Radcliff were arrested and charged with trafficking in a controlled substance, trafficking in marijuana and trafficking in drug paraphernalia.

Bertrand Deme, 54, of Louisville was arrested and charged with trafficking in controlled substance – methamphetamine, trafficking in controlled substance – cocaine, resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia.

All suspects were lodged in the Har­din County Detention Center.

From the DBA Couture Clothing Store in the Towne Mall in Eliza­beth­town, officers seized 1 pound of metham­phet­a­mine and 1 ounce of cocaine.

From the DBA Couture Clothing Store on Poplar Level Road in Louisville, 4 ounces of cocaine was seized.

At Robertson’s residence in Rad­cliff, 1 ounce of cocaine, 22 baggies containing crack cocaine, 119 grams of marijuana, marijuana vapes and edibles.

Additional arrests are expected as the investigation continues, the release said.

Anyone with any drug information is urged to call the Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force at 270-769-0694. All callers can remain anonymous.

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