Three arrested in Graves County, one charged with meth possession

Three people face charges in Graves County after they were arrested Monday at a home on State Route 440 near Mayfield, according to the Graves County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies say they went to the home Monday afternoon to look for 38-year-old Jennifer Pittman, who they arrested on two counts of violating conditions of bond release.

They also arrested 30-year-old Jonathon Cash on one count of the same charge, as well as 25-year-old Gregory Morris. The sheriff’s office says Morris drove to the house with a suspended license, pulling into the driveway while deputies were there. Morris was also charged with methamphetamine possession. The sheriff’s office says the drug was found in the door of the car he was driving.

Investigators say Morris also initially gave deputies a false name. He was later charged of theft of identity of another without consent, giving an officer a false name and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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