Richmond police arrested Kayla Agee, 31, North Street, Richmond, for marijuana possession, first-degree controlled substance trafficking (4 or more grams of cocaine), first-degree controlled substance trafficking (2 or more grams of methamphetamine), first-degree controlled substance trafficking (heroin) and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.

Kayla Agee

Kayla Agee

Officers served a search warrant at an apartment on North Keeneland Drive Friday because of complaints and tips about drug trafficking, according to a citation. After entering the apartment, officers found Agee in a bedroom with a locked door, and she wouldn't open it.

Police breached the door, and Agee was pretending to be asleep, but officers had seen her eyes open when they entered, the citation states. After telling her to show her hands, she only raised one of them and kept the other under a pillow.

Inside the bedroom, officers found individually packed baggies of suspected heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, multiple scales with residue, empty baggies and a handgun, the citation states. Agee was the only person in the bedroom.

Police also found a large amount of methamphetamine, cocaine and heroin in a bag under the pillow where Agee had her hand, the citation states.

Later, while Agee was sitting outside, she asked officers to take off her socks, and when they did, two folded pieces of paper fell out of the sock, the citation states. Both pieces of paper contained a suspected mix of methamphetamine and heroin. When Agee was taken to the Richmond Police Department, officers found marijuana cigarettes in her pocket.

In total, officers confiscated 21.7 grams of cocaine, 85.4 grams of methamphetamine and 80.9 grams of heroin, the citation states.

Agee was taken to the Madison County Detention Center, where she remained Monday afternoon, according to online jail records.

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Madison County deputies arrested Angie Bratcher, 32, Carvers Ferry Road, Richmond, on an indictment warrant Saturday that charges her with first-degree criminal abuse (child 12 or younger), tampering with physical evidence and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia after she allegedly gave deputies false information.

Angie Bratcher

Angie Bratcher

Deputies were called to her home in regards to her being wanted on warrants, according to a citation. When they arrived, she was coming out of the front of the residence and turned from police to leave the area.

Deputies told her to stop and asked for her information, and she gave police another person's Social Security Number, the citation states. In addition the indictment warrant charges, Bratcher was arrested for giving officers false identifying information and on warrants for contempt of court.

Bratcher was taken to the MCDC, where she remained Monday afternoon, according to online jail records.

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• Thomas Estes (no image available), 30, Irvine, first-degree controlled substance possession, buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, tampering with physical evidence and public intoxication by a controlled substance.

Mackey Mills

Mackey Mills

• Mackey Mill, 32, Fifth Street, Richmond, public intoxication by a controlled substance, first-degree controlled substance possession (heroin), marijuana possession and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia.

Jessica Henderson

Jessica Henderson

• Jessica Henderson, 26, Big Hill Avenue, Richmond, third offense or subsequent first-degree controlled substance possession (heroin) and tampering with physical evidence.

Jordan Akers

Jordan Akers

• Jordan Akers, 22, homeless, first-degree controlled substance possession (heroin).

Leanna Campbell

Leanna Campbell

• Leanna Campbell, 34, Devonport Drive, Richmond, public intoxication by a controlled substance (excludes alcohol) and first-degree controlled substance possession (heroin).

Jessica Winkler

Jessica Winkler

• Jessica Winkler, 23, West Walnut Street, Richmond, first-degree controlled substance possession (methamphetamine).

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