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Four arrested following traffic stop in Junction City

A traffic stop Monday evening in Junction City on East Shelby Street resulted in four arrests.

According to a release from the Boyle County Sheriff’s Office, Paul Stokley, William Burgin, Miranda Robbins, and Jodie Lee were taken into custody by Boyle County Sheriff’s Deputies and are facing multiple drug and traffic-related charges.

The release states that BCSO deputies Wren and Hopper, along with K9 Deputy Abbott, conducted the traffic stop and upon further investigation discovered Stokley to be in possession of methamphetamine, heroin needles, and distribution bags. After arriving at the Boyle County Detention Center, a search discovered more drugs Stokley had hidden.

Burgin was found to be in possession of multiple substances at the site of the traffic stop, including heroin, cocaine, marijuana, oxycodone, scales, and distribution bags.

Robbins was discovered to have marijuana in her possession at the traffic stop and upon search at the Boyle County Detention Center, other drugs were discovered.

Paul Stokley was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, trafficking heroin, trafficking methamphetamine, disorderly conduct, menacing, promoting contraband and identity theft.

William Burgin was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, trafficking heroin, trafficking cocaine, trafficking marijuana, possession of an unspecified drug and identity theft.

Miranda Robbins was charged with possession of marijuana, trafficking methamphetamine, tampering with evidence and promoting contraband.

Jodie Lee was charged with operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license, no insurance, and careless driving.

 

 

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