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Four drug arrests at Falmouth city employee's home

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Posted at 9:54 PM, Aug 03, 2017
and last updated 2017-08-03 22:08:40-04

FALMOUTH, Ky. -- A monthslong, multi-agency investigation into local drug trafficking culminated Thursday night in the arrest of four people, including the Falmouth city water supervisor, on Maple Street Thursday night. 

Todd Ramsey, who works for Falmouth Water/Waste-Water, was arrested and charged with trafficking meth, according to the Pendleton County Sheriff’s Office. The other three people discovered at his Maple Street home face the same charges.

According to the sheriff’s office, the seven-month investigation was a collaboration among Kentucky State Police, Falmouth police, Northern Kentucky SWAT and Pendleton County deputies.