Three Jessamine Countians are facing federal drug charges after being indicted by a grand jury in connection to the Florida pill pipeline.
Albert Maynard Jr., 46; Bobby Gillespie, 26; and Allison Gillespie, 25 — all of Nicholasville — were indicted in early March on charges of possession of a controlled substances with intent to distribute and conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance, according to a news release from the Nicholasville Police Department.
The indictments were the result of a two-year joint investigation between the NPD and the United States Drug Enforcement Administration.
“The investigation revealed that over a two-year time frame, these three individuals obtained more than 10,000 pills from doctors in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia,” Nicholasville police Sgt. Scott Harvey said in the news release. “The pills obtained were trafficked in the central Kentucky area.”
Detectives expect more indictments, according to the release.
Maynard and Bobby Gillespie are in custody, but police are still looking for Allison Gillespie.
Allison Gillespie is described as being a white female with brown hair and eyes, standing about 5 feet, 6 inches, and weighing 160 pounds.
Anyone with information as to her whereabouts is asked to contact NPD detectives at 859-885-5381.