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Five Arrested In Bourbon on Tuesday

Five people were arrested in Bourbon on Tuesday after authorities found materials used to make methamphetamine at a residence on Highway JJ.
Michael W. Watring, 33, Jonathan J. Price, 31, Monica M. Madison, 27, William L. Copling, 32 and Julie M. Dooley, 28, were all taken into custody and charged with possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance, a class B felony.
All five had bonds set at $17,500.
Members of the Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group and Crawford County Sheriff’s Office had received information about a male subject with warrants. The information led law enforcement to believe that the subject was producing meth.
Authorities did a safety sweep of the home when they arrived. All five of the subjects were located inside the home and four of them said they did not know what was going on at the home.
Dooley told authorities she was not involved in anything going on and did not want to answer questions without an attorney.
Madison said she had come to the residence looking for “Mike” to seek help with a plumbing problem at her house.
Copling said he had “Kaydee” were at the residence to borrow tools to help Madison.
Price said he was also with Madison attempting to help with the plumbing problem.
Watring told authorities he would not speak without an attorney.
He was found inside the basement of the residence hiding on a shelf. Where he was hiding, authorities found a bag of powder that field tested positive for methamphetamine, along with a cell phone.
Authorities also found a burn pile with several items, in


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