Five charged in drug trafficking arrests
CHALYBEATE, Ky. – On Tuesday, deputies were dispatched to Parker Way in Chalybeate for a trespassing complaint against Eric T. Lyvers, 53, of Chalybeate.
According to a release by Edmonson County Sheriff’s Office, deputies found upon arrival that five suspects were at the residence. Deputies witnessed Edward J. A. Durbin, 48, of Roundhill cutting a hole through a window screen in an attempt to exit the rear of the residence, stated the release.
The release went on to state Durbin was detained as they investigated Lyvers, and officers discovered prescription oxycodone pills in plain view. Further search of the property led to the discovery of multiple quantities of suspected methamphetamine, scales, bags and other drug paraphernalia.
It was also discovered Alison L. Evans, 49, of Robertsdale, Alabama had two arrest warrants out of Daviess County, William B. Evans, 42, of Robertsdale, Alabama had an active warrant from Daviess County and Zachary O. Johnson, 20, of Bowling Green had an active arrest warrant out of Barren County.
Johnson, Alison Evans, William Evans and Lyvers were charged with possession controlled substance, first degree, first off (methamphetamine). trafficking in controlled substances, first degree, first off (methamphetamine) over two grams, drug paraphernalia buy/possess and possession of controlled substances, first degree, first off (drug unspecified).
Johnson, Alison Evans and William Evans were also served their arrest warrants.
Durbin was charged with criminal mischief, third degree.
All suspects were lodged in Hart County Jail. The investigation is ongoing.