Discovery of drugs leads to arrest of young folks in Hardin
HARDIN/POPE COs.—While the details are still sketchy, reports are indicating that all the police activity seen at a Herod
residence two nights ago was related to the search of a house there and detainment of three young people.
Reports indicate that the house, reportedly owned by Garrett Hays’ father, was the subject of a search warrant on that Tuesday. As a result of the search, there were allegedly a host of illicit substances found, including pills and marijuana plants.
Hayes, along with two present at the house, Austin German and Mitchell Konrad, was taken in for questioning. However, Hayes was later let go because according to our sources, “the other two told police it was their stuff.” German and Konrad were reportedly charged, but exactly what with remains a matter of scrutinizing court records.
All the boys are recent graduates so their ages range from 18 to 20, but that’s as close as we have right now.
German, if we’re remembering correctly, was part of the “Kill List” generated at Hardin County Schools late last year (December 2011) that was the subject of much media coverage in the following months.
More when we get it…keep checking back.
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