Macon County Chronicle

Meth Bust: Two Kentucky Residents Arrested

While on routine patrol last Thursday morning, October 20th, Deputy Mark Bartley, of the Macon County Sheriffs Department, discovered a vehicle parked next to the creek on Clifty Road with a man standing beside the road at the bluff.

“I started questioning him about what he was doing there at 9:30 in the morning,” Deputy Bartley stated, “and he and a female companion gave me conflicting stories. I also saw indicators in open view of making meth and I immediately called for backup.”

Detectives Daryl Taylor and Bill Cothron responded to the area in question and upon further investigation components for making methamphetamine were discovered, along with three ounces of pure meth oil.

Twenty-six-year-old Kellee Ann Stacy and twenty-eight-year-old Josh Jade Debruyn were placed under arrest and transported to the Macon County Justice Center where they were booked for drug offenses, and the detectives seized the vehicle they were driving.

The couple, both of 148 Christmas Lane, in Adolphus, Kentucky, were charged with Promotion of Methamphetamine Manufacture and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, with bond established at $50,000 each. A General Sessions court date has been set for Wednesday, December 14th.