Man on home incarceration charged in 3rd drug trafficking case

Man on home incarceration charged in 3rd drug trafficking case
Michael Johnson (Source: LMDC)
Michael Johnson (Source: LMDC)
Here's a variety of things corrections officers confiscated from Johnson's home. (Source: LMPD)
Here's a variety of things corrections officers confiscated from Johnson's home. (Source: LMPD)
Police said these are drugs Johnson had to sell. (Source: LMPD)
Police said these are drugs Johnson had to sell. (Source: LMPD)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A Louisville man on home incarceration, who was previously accused of trafficking meth, was arrested again on more drug trafficking charges during a house check.

Michael Johnson, 35, faces drug trafficking charges in three separate cases, according to court documents.

He faced a judge Monday morning for the newest charges.

An arrest reports said officers who work with HIP cases out of the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections were doing a house check on Sunday afternoon with Louisville Metro Police Department officers.

They found meth, acid, heroin, cocaine and more at Johnson's residence.

Police said Johnson was trafficking in stolen identities, as well. They found stolen IDs, stolen social security cards, stolen credit cards and altered checks.

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Officers also found burglary tools.

Johnson is in jail on a $25,000 full cash bond for the new charges. His next court date is set for Sept. 6.

He will also be in court in October for previous trafficking charges.

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