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Four face meth charges in McCracken County

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Four people in McCracken County were arrested in and charged with methamphetamine-related offenses in two separate investigations Wednesday, according to the sheriff's department. 

The McCracken County Sheriff's Department said detectives had a warrant for 31-year-old Allison Kaletch, who is accused of selling meth. Deputies went to a home on Harrison Street around 3:34 p.m. Tuesday and arrested her. The sheriff's department says deputies conducted a search of the home and found meth and several smoking pipes. They also arrested her husband, Joshua Kaletch. 

In a separate investigation, deputies arrested a man and woman after conducting a traffic stop on the vehicle they were in near the intersection of Benton and Pugh roads around 7 p.m. Wednesday. The sheriff's department says meth, a straw and a pipe were found during a search of the vehicle, and the woman was carrying a pouch of more than 10 grams of meth on her person.

The vehicle's occupants — 26-year-old Tori Littlepage and 43-year-old John Goodnight — were arrested.

Allison Kaletch was charged with trafficking methamphetamine, third degree trafficking a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (all from a prior investigation leading to the warrant), as well as possession of methamphetamine on the second offense and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Joshuah Kaletch was charged with Possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

John Goodnight was charged with trafficking methamphetamine on the second or subsequent offense, tampering with physical evidence, possession of drug paraphernalia, and traffic offenses.

Tori Littlepage was charged with trafficking methamphetamine, tampering with physical evidence, and possession of drug paraphernalia, as well trafficking in a first degree controlled substance (meth) on the second offense. 

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