According to documents supplied by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office a complaint was received of trespassers at the last house on Mattie Gabbard Road. When Deputy Z. Bryant and Deputy Daniel Isaacs arrived they made contact with Rebecca Faye Wilson, 35, of Tyner, KY and Kelly Blevins, 51, of Booneville, KY inside a Chevrolet Trail Blazer. Wilson gave Deputy Bryant permission to search the vehicle. When Wilson exited the vehicle she told Deputy Isaacs that she did not have anything illegal on her person. However, when she was asked to empty her pockets Deputy Isaacs noticed a clear bag fall to the ground. When she was asked what was in the bag she stated that it was heroin. She then stated that she had a bag of meth inside her bra, whereupon she retrieved the bag of crystal substance from her bra and handed it to Deputy Isaacs. The search of the vehicle revealed a glass meth pipe located in a glasses case that was in Wilson’s purse. Also inside the purse was a red container that had a magnet taped to it and inside the container were various pills. While in route to the Jackson County Detention Center Wilson stated that she had an additional bag of meth inside her bra and she retrieved that bag as well and gave it to Deputy Isaacs.
Wilson was transported to the Jackson County Detention Center where she was charged with trafficking in controlled substances, 1st offense (< 2 grams methamphetamine), possession of controlled substances, 1st degree, 1st offense; possession of controlled substance, 2nd degree (drug unspecified); possession of controlled substance, 3rd degree (drug unspecified) and drug paraphernalia – buy/possess.
Wilson appeared for arraignment on Monday, May 06th, 2019 before Judge Allen B. Roberts where she pled not guilty to all charges. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for May 13th, 2019. She is being held in custody on a $10,000 cash bond.
Blevins was also taken to the Jackson County Detention Center and, according to Deputy Isaacs, on the way she admitted to having illegal substances on her person. Blevins was charged with drug paraphernalia – buy/possess, public intoxication controlled subs (excludes alcohol), trafficking in controlled substances, 1st offense (< 2 gms Methamphetamine), failure to notify address change to Dept of transportation, controlled substance prescription not in original container and possession of a controlled substance, 2nd degree – drug unspecified. Blevins also appeared before Judge Roberts and pled not guilty to all charges. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for May 13th, 2019 and she is being held in custody on a $10,000 cash bond.
Deputy Isaacs and Deputy Bryant were assisted by KSP Trooper Scott Townsley.