Bell County search warrant executed in Hulen, Kentucky
From The Bell County Sheriff's Department -
A search warrant was executed at a residence in the Hulen Community of Bell County on Friday morning June 21, 2019 by Bell County Sheriff's Deputies and a Kentucky State Trooper after several burglaries and drug activity was reported to the department.
A woman identified as 28-year-old Brandie Brock of Hulen was taken into custody for possession of methamphetamine.
Also arrested was 29-year-old Joshua Hensley for various outstanding warrants including contempt of court, failure to pay fines, and a parole violation for absconding and using Methamphetamine. He was taken into custody by Kentucky State Police Trooper Keith Baker.
A short time later, away from the scene, 33-year-old Justin Dye of Hulen was arrested on a fugitive warrant out of Michigan. Dye was charged locally by Deputy Patrick Brooks (lead investigator) for burglary – 2nd degree.
Social services was called to the home to relocate three small children into foster care.
Recovered in the search were drugs, drug paraphernalia, and several stolen items identified in local burglaries. Sheriff Mitch Williams states that his department has been investigating this residence and it's occupants for many months and he expects more arrests in connection with this case.
Also assisting in the search was Chief Deputy Doug Jordan, Deputy Max Graves, Deputy Frank Foster, and Deputy Adam Southern.