The Beattyville Enterprise http://weku.fm en The Miami-Beattyville Connection http://weku.fm/post/miami-beattyville-connection <p>The federal probe into drug trafficking from Florida to Owsley County expanded last week when eight more people were indicted. Molik Ali Alston, 41 of Miami Gardens, Fla., Josh Terry, 25 of Beattyville, Tony Gibson, 22, Cameron Herald, 31, Jesse Herald, 58, Jimmy Miller, 35, Phyllis Reed, 65, and John White, 21, all of Booneville were indicted Thursday, July 28, for allegedly conspiring &ldquo;with each other and others to knowingly and intentionally distribute a quantity of pills containing oxycodone.&rdquo; Wed, 03 Aug 2011 18:58:29 +0000 The Beattyville Enterprise 9864 at http://weku.fm Owsley County Flooded by Florida Pills http://weku.fm/post/owsley-county-flooded-florida-pills <p><br />A federal grand jury has indicted two Florida residents, charging them as the suppliers of thousands of pain pills that flooded Owsley County earlier this year. The June 9 indictment charges Elisa H. Alston (aka Leva, aka Lewit) and George Darden with conspiracy to traffic in oxycodone 30 mg. tablets. They join five Owsley County residents who are alleged to have transported and paid for the pills. They are Marvin Reed, Jason Reed, Thomas Little, Kristi Rae Davis and Donald W. Terry. Wed, 15 Jun 2011 17:16:08 +0000 The Beattyville Enterprise 6530 at http://weku.fm