A Coldiron man is facing multiple charges including trafficking after allegedly being found in possession of oxycodone.
Freddie Freeman, 57, was arrested on a complaint obtained by Kentucky State Police DE/SI East on Monday.
According to the complaint, a detective for Kentucky State Police DE/SI East states that between April 10 and June 16, Freeman knowingly trafficked in controlled substances. Freemen was allegedly in possession of two small round white tablets, bearing the markings “M” on one side and “05 score 52” on the other. The pills were not in a proper container. The Kentucky State Police Forensic Lab confirmed the item contained the schedule II narcotic oxycodone. This was supported by numerous statements providing details of the process to obtain controlled substances from Freeman. Freeman was also found to be in possession of a stolen Husqvama 562XP chainsaw that belonged to Crisp & Crisp, Inc.
Freeman was charged with first-degree trafficking a controlled substance and receiving stolen property under $10,000. He was lodged in the Harlan County Detention Center on a $10,000 full cash bond.
In other police activity, Tonya R. Willard, 37, of Cumberland was arrested by Cumberland City Police Officer Mark Saylor on Tuesday on charges of flagrant non-support, failure to report a traffic accident, no registration plates, license to be in possession and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Willard was lodged in the Harlan County Detention Center.
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