Five people sentenced for role in meth trafficking operation from Louisville to Muhlenberg Co.

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MUHLENBERG COUNTY, Ky. (WEHT) — A months long investigation uncovers a meth trafficking operation from Louisville into western Kentucky.

According to the Muhlenberg County Sheriff’s Office, the six-month investigation uncovered large amounts of meth were being trafficked from Louisville into Muhlenberg County and the surrounding counties.

Once information was obtained, several people were arrested, and deputies say they recovered a substantial amount of meth.

Five key individuals were charged with engaging in organized crime-crime syndicate and trafficking meth.

Each person received sentences ranging from 10 years to 20 years.

Anton Morton, 38, of Louisville, Jaimie Vincent, 42, of Logan County, and Antonio Lorusso, 43, of Muhlenberg Co., were all sentenced to 20 years.

Jennifer English, 32, of Muhlenberg Co., was sentenced to 12 years. And Jessica Wood, 24, of Muhlenberg Co., was sentenced to 10 years.

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(This story was originally published on June 24, 2019)

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