BULLITT COUNTY, KY (WAVE) – A tattoo shop owner was taken into
custody after officers said he used the business as a cover to sell narcotics.
According to Lt. Mike Murdoch with the Bullitt County Sheriff's
office, Paul Turner, 33, the owner of Ink-a-holix located on North Buckman
Street, was arrested Wednesday.
Murdoch said more than $10,000 worth
of methamphetamine, suspected heroin, pills and guns were recovered from the shop by the Bullitt County Drug Task
charged with Trafficking in Controlled Substance
with a firearm enhancement.
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