Bowling Green pair charged with multiple drug offenses after investigation

BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- A man and woman are behind bars in Warren County after an investigation conducted by the Bowling Green-Warren County Drug Task Force, United States Postal Inspection Service and Kentucky State Police.

According to a news release from the task force, authorities have charged Jerrad Derossett, 35 and Jamie Cleary Derossett, 35, on a variety of drug offenses. The pair live in the 1100 block of Crewdson Drive in Bowling Green.
According to investigators, Jerrad was arrested Friday afternoon on State Street, while Jamie was arrested at the residence later in the day after authorities executed a search warrant.
Inside, detectives said they found 521 high concentration THC vapes, LSD, ecstasy, various other pills, cocaine, three handguns, three long guns and over $2,000 in cash. A pick-up truck was also seized. Authorities say the value of the THC vapes is over $26,000, according to a release from the task force.
Both were charged with trafficking in marijuana, trafficking in a controlled substance-opiates, trafficking in a controlled substance-LSD, trafficking in a controlled substance-ecstasy and possession of a controlled substance-cocaine.
Both were lodged in the Warren County Regional Jail.