Woman Facing Drug Charges Will Wait For Court Appearance

A Lawrence County woman that police say had over 3,200 pills in her car when police pulled her over will have to wait a little longer for her day in court.

Connie Boyd was stopped by police after she tried to avoid a road block in Martin County.

Officials say the pills in her car were worth over $25,000.

A new hearing for Boyd was scheduled for June 5th.


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  • by lodi Location: london ky on Apr 24, 2008 at 10:08 AM
    BET THE DOPE HEADS ARE MOURNING OVER THIS ONE GET THEM ALL OFF THE STREET
  • by lonewolf2 Location: eastern ky on Apr 23, 2008 at 09:17 AM
    the woman a walk free there was no animal abuse involved and its called doctor shopping having that many pills but our law enforcement have better things to do than bust drug dealers an the doctors they got money so this was just dumb luck on their part they was probably out looking for a sick goat or chicken now that they got most the dogs cats an horses out of the fields and homes seems they need to concentrate more on the dope dealers on the streets but apparently thats not important these days
  • by joe Location: pike county on Apr 22, 2008 at 06:24 PM
    where does someone get that many pills

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