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Gray man arrested for meth

A white powder suspected to be meth was found inside the suspect's gloves.

A white powder suspected to be meth was found inside the suspect’s gloves.

Deputy Keith Liford stopped a vehicle on Lynn Camp Hollow Road in Gray at approximately 8 a.m. Thursday, February 11. Deputy Liford determined the driver, David Lowe, was under the influence. Deputy Liford, finding Lowe to be under the influence, arrested him. The deputy found two plastic bags containing a large amount of white powder suspected to be Methamphetamine concealed in a pair of gloves on Lowe’s person. Several syringes were also found during the arrest.

Lowe was charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence, Possession of Controlled Substance 1st Degree, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. He was lodged in the Knox County Detention Center.

Constable Reed Murphy assisted in the arrest.

Gunman ready?

Photo by Denise Smith  Left to right teacher Kris Mills, student Sarah Swafford, teacher Devin Mills, Family Resource Director Derrick Mills, teacher’s aid Jamie Sowders, and student Kaden Elam rush to find a safe place to hide at Flat Lick Elementary during a mock-shooter training. (The ‘shooter’ can be seen at the very back of the hallway in a black hoodie.)

Photo by Denise Smith
Left to right teacher Kris Mills, student Sarah Swafford, teacher Devin Mills, Family Resource Director Derrick Mills, teacher’s aid Jamie Sowders, and student Kaden Elam rush to find a safe place to hide at Flat Lick Elementary during a mock-shooter training. (The ‘shooter’ can be seen at the very back of the hallway in a black hoodie.)

It was only a training exercise and the bullets were only blanks, but the sounds of gunfire echoing through the hallways of local schools shook everyone to the core — teachers, students and staff alike.

In the wake of the recent school violence, and after a strong demand from area schools, the Kentucky State Police with input from school administrators across the state, have developed a program aimed at helping all schools respond effectively during an active shooting incident.

Instructors for the exercise, known as The Safe School Active Shooter Training, were all Kentucky State Police Post 10 troopers. The three-hour training program was set up to give school personnel some idea of what they can do if someone comes into the school brandishing a gun.

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