2 Detroit Men Arrested in Kentucky following Traffic Stop

Andre Hall

ROWAN COUNTY, KY – Two men from Detroit along with two others were arrested on drug charges following a traffic stop on Thursday May 30th, 2019.

A Kentucky State Police trooper pulled over Daniel Bowling, 56-years-old, of Sandy Hook, Kentucky along I-64. The trooper became suspicious where he then requested a K-9 unit. The K-9 signaled that there were drugs inside of Bowling’s vehicle.

Upon further investigation, 95 grams of suspected cocaine, a firearm and more than $7,000 were seized during the traffic stop.

Further information was developed about possible drug trafficking during the stop, which led them to execute a search warrant on a home in Rowan County. Allegedly, 1180 grams of cocaine, 45 grams of heroin, marijuana, $660 and two vehicles were seized. The drugs are believed to have a combined street value of approximately $160,000.00.

A total of 5 people were arrested.

Dominic Adams, 36 years old, of Detroit, was arrested and charged with: Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense greater than 2 grams of Heroin (one count), Engaging in an Organized Crime and Buy/Poss Drug Paraphernalia (one count).

Andre Hall, 32 years old, of Detroit, was arrested and charged with the following: Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense greater than 2 grams of Heroin (one count), Engaging in an Organized Crime (one count), and Buy/Poss Drug Paraphernalia (one count).

Two other residents of Kentucky were charged with the same counts as Adams and Hall

Daniel Bowling was cited and released for careless driving (one count).

All were lodged in the Rowan County Detention Center.

This case remains under investigation.