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Two arrested in Mayfield, KY after drug seize by Graves County Sheriff's Department

Deputies seized several drugs, money and weapons. (source: Graves County Sheriff's Department) Deputies seized several drugs, money and weapons. (source: Graves County Sheriff's Department)
GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) -

Two Mayfield, Ky. residents were arrested on drug charges after an Investigation by Graves County Sheriff's Detectives on Sunday, June 10.

According to the Graves County Sheriff's Department, a deputy noticed a strong odor of marijuana when serving a civil paper. Deputies executed a search warrant and found marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, amphetamines, drug paraphernalia, a large amount of cash, numerous cell phones and a handgun. There were also digital scales and multiple prescription drug bottles. 

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The Sheriff's Office was assisted by the Mayfield Police Department. Dominique Redd, 34, and Jessica Siordia, 28, were arrested and charged with several offenses.

Redd was charged with:

  • Possession of Handgun by a Convicted Felon Trafficking in Marijuana - Less Than 8 Ounces.
  • 2nd Offense or Greater Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree, 2nd Offense.
  • Less Than Two Grams of Methamphetamine Trafficking in Controlled Substance 1st Degree, 2nd Offense.
  • Less Than Four Grams of Cocaine Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree, 2nd Offense.
  • Scheduled 1&2 Trafficking in a Legend Drugs 2nd or Greater Offense.
  • Drug Paraphernalia- Buy/Posses Prescription Controlled Substance Not in Proper Container 1st Offense.

Siordia was charged with:

  • Trafficking in Marijuana - Less Than 8 Ounces - 1st Offense Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree, 1st Offense.
  •  Less Than Two Grams of Methamphetamine Trafficking in Controlled Substance 1st Degree, 1st Offense.
  •  Less Than Four Grams of Cocaine Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree, 1st Offense.
  • Scheduled 1&2 Trafficking in a Legend Drugs 1st Offense.
  • Drug Paraphernalia- Buy/Posses Prescription Controlled Substance Not in Proper Container 1st Offense.

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