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Drug Crackdown Named "Operation Black Friday"

HARRISON COUNTY, Ky. (WKRC) -- Kentucky state police round up hundreds of drug suspects in what the agency calls the largest one-day crackdown in its history.

Posts across the state arrested 479 people.  That includes one in Boone County, four in Gallatin County, three in Carroll County and 26 suspects in Harrison County.

The arrests in what police called, "Operation Black Friday," resulted in 774 charges involving marijuana, heroin, prescription drugs and methamphetamine.

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