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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Lexington police say they found drugs, cash and guns in several homes where members of an alleged drug trafficking ring were living.
Four people of been arrested so far:
Jesus Gomez, Anayeli Gomez-Navarro, Ricardo Rodriguez-Gutierrez and Andre Nunez-Rivera.
Police say Gomez was arrested at his house, but stored drugs at his sister Anayeli Gomez-Navarro's home.
We went to Gomez's house first, and family said they weren't commenting.
According to the police report, detectives found 962 grams of crystal meth, along with scales and marijuana, in his sisters Dalray Drive home.
Gomez-Navarro denied that the drugs were hers, and said they belonged to her brother.
Likewise Gomez told police, the drugs belonged to his sister.
The police investigation has produced two other arrests.
After after finding $25,000 in cash and bulk marijuana inside the home of Andre Nunez-Rivera, he was charged.
And Ricardo Rodriguez-Gutierrez admitted to police getting in 500 pounds of marijuana at a time to traffic.
Police say the suspects conspired to traffic hundreds of pounds of marijuana in Lexington and Ohio. Police added Nunez-Rivera transported hundreds of thousands of dollars for the organization.
All four were scheduled for arraignment Thursday.