Apr 27, 2013 8:20 PM
Police in western Kentucky believe they have brought down one of the largest crystal meth dealers in the state.
The Graves County Sheriff's Department arrested six people Friday who they say were using an auto-repair shop as a front to move several pounds of meth every week. Deputies say hundreds of thousands of dollars was flowing through the building along with the drugs.
Two pounds of meth and a large amount of cash was found at the repair shop when it was raided, according the the sheriff's department.
All six people arrested are no facing drug-trafficking charges and police say they are still looking for a seventh suspect.