Severe thunderstorms have developed across parts of Central Kentucky. Expect more of these to develop through the evening hours.
Suzette Espinoza-Lina and her son Michael Deharak pleaded not guilty to drug charges this morning, while Aurelio Espinoza-Lina turned himself into the Clark County Sheriff's Department.
Police say Suzette Espinoza-Lina, her husband Aurelio and son Michael Deharak were all behind a cocaine drug ring operating in the county.
The Clark County Sheriff's Department arrested the mother and son at their homes in the Tree Haven Mobile Home.
Police say they seized a pound of cocaine with an estimated street value of $22,000 along with marijuana prescription pills and $21,000 in cash from inside their home.
The Sheriff says this is one of the largest cocaine bust in the Clark County in recent years.
The arrest came after a concerned citizen made a tip to police.
The mother and son will be back in court next week facing additional charges.
Aurelio Espinoza-Lina will appear in court tomorrow for his arraignment.