Complaints lead to 4 arrests on Curry Road / Laurel County

Laurel County, Ky. -  Sheriff John Root along with Detective Bryon Lawson, Maj. Chuck Johnson, Capt. Kevin Berry, Lieut. Robbie Grimes, Sgt. Greg Poynter, Detective Sgt. Chris Edwards, Deputy Jake Miller and his K-9 “Gotcha”, and Deputy Jamie Etherton arrested four individuals off Curry Road, approximately 8 miles east of London on Tuesday afternoon April 9, 2019 at approximately 3:25 PM.

The arrests occurred off Curry Road while the Sheriff’s office was conducting a drug investigation following complaints in that area, and also were looking for a female subject on a felony warrant. Deputies located suspected methamphetamine, digital scales, a reported stolen handgun, a glass pipe, needles, and a subject wanted on a parole violation warrant. Those individuals arrested were identified as:

  • Susie Scalf age 44 of Curry Rd., London charged with trafficking in a controlled substance – first-degree – first offense – methamphetamine; receiving stolen property – firearm.
  • Brian Robinson age 43 of Farris Jones Rd., London charged with possession of a controlled substance – first-degree – second offense – methamphetamine; possession of drug paraphernalia. In addition, the subject was charged on a Kentucky parole board parole violation warrant charging absconding parole supervision; failure to complete halfway house program regarding a conviction in Laurel Circuit Court on charges of flagrant nonsupport. Also the subject was charged on a Laurel Circuit Court bench warrant of arrest charging failure to appear in court regarding child support.
  • Tanner Scalf age 25 of Curry Rd., London charged with receiving stolen property – firearm.
  • Chad Curry age 44 of Curry Rd., London charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
  • All four individuals were lodged in the Laurel County Detention Center.

    Photos of accused attached are courtesy of the Laurel County Detention Center.

    Photo of contraband seized attached to this report.

    Sheriff Root stated drug investigations will continue.


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