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4 facing various drug charges connected to meth in Graves County

Jason Chambers (Source: Graves County SO) Jason Chambers (Source: Graves County SO)
Jimmy Reilly (Source: Graves County SO) Jimmy Reilly (Source: Graves County SO)
Melissa Riley (Source: Graves County SO) Melissa Riley (Source: Graves County SO)
Johnny Alford (Source: Graves County SO) Johnny Alford (Source: Graves County SO)
GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) -

Four people face drug charges in Graves County, Kentucky after a search warrant was executed at a home near Tri City in southern Graves County. 

Deputies took in methamphetamine and money along with scales and other drug paraphernalia. 

It appears that when the deputies arrived at the home a sales transaction and use of methamphetamine was in progress.

Jimmy "Chico" Riley, 66, of Water Valley was charged with trafficking controlled substance first degree.

Johnny Neil Alford, 56, and Melissa J. Toon, 33, both of Water Valley were each charged with possession of controlled substance first and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Charles Jason Chambers, 34, of Tri City was charged with possession of controlled substance first degree and possession of controlled substance second degree, possession of drug paraphernalia, and prescription not in proper container.

Chambers also had two outstanding warrants one was a Graves County warrant for wanton endangerment first degree and a Caldwell County warrant for flagrant non support.

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