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2 Paducah residents accused of selling cocaine, gun to undercover agents

Gregory Wilson, Jr. (Source: McCracken County Jail) Gregory Wilson, Jr. (Source: McCracken County Jail)
Breahna Huff (Source: McCracken County Jail) Breahna Huff (Source: McCracken County Jail)
PADUCAH, KY (KFVS) -

Detectives say two Paducah residents were arrested Friday afternoon after they sold undercover police crack cocaine and a gun near Kolb Park and 6th and Broad Streets.

According to Paducah Police, Gregory Wilson, Jr., 28, of Harrison Street was arrested  on charges of 1st degree trafficking in a controlled substance (2nd offense) with a firearm enhancement and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.

Breahna Huff, 20, of North 25th Street was arrested on a charge of 1st degree trafficking in a controlled substance with a firearm enhancement, police said.

According to detectives, Huff drove Wilson to the area of Kolb Park to sell a man a handgun and crack cocaine on Friday. Huff got a .45 Colt Commander semi-automatic handgun from the trunk of the car and gave it to Wilson, police said. Wilson then sold the gun to an undercover officer, police said.

Detectives say Wilson also sold the man a box of ammunition and approximately two grams of crack cocaine.

Officers made a traffic stop took them into custody, and then took the pair to the McCracken County Jail.

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