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2 charged after drug trafficking investigation

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Amber Lynn Daugherty (Source: LMDC) Amber Lynn Daugherty (Source: LMDC)
Kendrick Lamont Murphy (Source: LMDC) Kendrick Lamont Murphy (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Two people have been charged with drug trafficking after a police investigation.

Reports state Amber Lynn Daugherty, 26, and Kendrick Lamont Murphy, 51, were arrested on February 25 by Jeffersontown Police.

The arrests came after police say the couple was trafficking heroin from their residence in the 7700 block of on Brookview Drive. After a search warrant was served at the couple's residence police recovered heroin, cocaine and a digital scale. Money was also found on Daugherty believed to be from selling narcotics.

Daugherty and Murphy are each charged with Trafficking in heroin, trafficking in marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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