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Four Graves Co heroin arrests

GRAVES Co, Ky - Four people were arrested on various heroin charges and trying to evade arrest.

The Graves County Sheriff's office received information about suspicious activity in the Folsomdale community at a home located at 6599 State Route 1241.

The detectives noticed a white male who appeared to be under the influence of illegal narcotics.

Lexie Robinson, 36 of Boaz, noticed the detectives and started to run away when the detectives called out to him. He was caught about 100 yards away from the home, continuing to resist detectives and not comply with officers' commands.

Officers found there was another woman inside the home, but she refused to open the door. The woman opened the front door when more officers arrived at the home, but a second woman ran out the back door.

The woman who let the officers in, Tessa Cutrer, 27 of Paducah gave detectives a fake name and was very evasive to questioning.

Both Robinson and Cutrer were arrested and charged. Robinson was charged with fleeing and evading police, resisting arrest and public intoxication. Cutrer was charged with theft of identity of another without consent a class D felony and giving an officer a false name, and she was served with 3 bench warrants from McCracken County.

A second incident not-related to the investigation at Folsomdale resulted in two more arrests.

Detectives pulled over a car near Symsonia. The K9 unit detected illegal narcotics inside the vehicle, and a search found a small baggie of heroin in one of the passenger's purse.

The two in the car were taken in for questioning where both the driver, Cynthia Williams, 56 and the passenger, Angela Janes, 33 both of Mayfield admitted that they had been to Chicago, purchased illegal narcotics, and were transporting them back to Mayfield.

Williams was searched and 6.2 grams of heroin were hidden on her person.

Williams was charged with trafficking in controlled substance 1st degree greater than 2 grams of heroin, tampering with physical evidence, and careless driving. Janes was charged with complicity to trafficking in controlled substance 1st degree greater than 2 grams of heroin, possession of controlled substance 1st degree heroin.
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