A Glasgow man was arrested Wednesday on drug trafficking charges after police said they found methamphetamine, heroin and synthetic marijuana inside a home along East Main Street.
According to a Glasgow Police Department news release, officers responded to the home in reference to a drug complaint. Officer Allen Riffle made contact with the homeowner and received consent to search the residence.
Inside they located meth, heroin, synthetic marijuana, Xanax pills, marijuana, hydrocodone and digital scales, the news release said.
Nedrick B. Rowlett, 33, of Glasgow was arrested and charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance(methamphetamine, greater than or equal to 2 grams, second or subsequent offense); trafficking in marijuana(less than 8 ounces, second offense); first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance(heroin, second or subsequent offense); first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance(unspecified); third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance(unspecified); trafficking in synthetic drugs(second or subsequent offense); and drug paraphernalia buy/possess.
Officer Andrew Moore assisted Riffle in the arrest along with parole and probation officers.
Rowlett remained lodged in the Barren County Detention Center as of Friday afternoon.