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Powers was the first African American elected to the Kentucky Senate.Muncy said he suspects that the paintball attack actually originated further south in Mar- tin County. They were appar- ently just driving by and shooting and didn’t seem to have an actual target.” Muncy said he has some ideas as to how he might be able to identify the shooter, but that if anyone has information regarding the incident or the identity of those responsible, they should contact the Martin County Sheriff’s Office at (606) 298-2828. James, 26; and Jess James, 29, all of Pilgrim, are charged with first- degree trafficking in a controlled substance (over two grams of hero- in), tampering with physical evi- dence, possession of drug parapher- nalia, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, carrying a con- cealed weapon and second-degree criminal mischief. “If anyone finds out that they have been damaged from someone coming by and shoot- ing their property with a paintball gun, they should take a picture of the damage and con- tact the Martin County Sheriff’s Office,” Mun- cy said. Three arrested for having heroin by Lilly Adkins Associate Editor LOUISA — Three Martin Coun- ty men were arrested in connection with a drug bust at the Super 8 Motel in Lawrence County May 28 . According to a press release issued by Louisa Police Chief Greg Lugitt, the city department with assistance from the Lawrence Coun- ty Sheriff’s Office and Constable Paul Wheeler conducted a late-night drug raid at the Super 8 Motel in Louisa. Gary Mills Cochran, reported on charges of COMPLICITY 1st DEGREE POSSESSION OF A C/S DRUG, DRUG UNSPECIFIED, 1st offense, COMPLICITY POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, 3rd degree, COMPLICITY POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA, COMPLICITY TO POSSESS DRUG PARAPHERNALIA. Crystal Cordle, was arraigned on charges of COMPLICITY BURGLARY, 3rd degree and COMPLICITY OF THEFT BY UNLAWFUL TAKING and Pretrial set for 8-11-17.On a separate case defendant was arraigned on CONVICTED FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM, Pretrial set for 8-11-17.