Quincey Tyus, Covington, Kentucky (arrested Aug 2014) [drug trafficking]

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  1. TMP

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    Quincey Tyus, 26, assistant security guard & assistant football coach at Holmes Middle School, Covington Independent Public Schools, Covington, Kentucky, " charged with trafficking 10 or more D.U. opiates "

    Federal Agents Interview 3 Employees at Holmes Middle School

    19 Aug 2014

    Federal agents from the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) have visited Holmes Middle School twice since the beginning of the school year. Three members of the staff have been questioned by the agencies, including one teacher who later resigned.

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    Quincey Tyus, 26, was arrested by the Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Task Force on Tuesday afternoon. According to Covington Independent Public Schools, Tyus is employed as a security assistant at the school. He is charged with trafficking 10 or more D.U. opiates and is scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday morning.

    http://rcnky.com/articles/2014/08/19/federal-agents-interview-3-employees-holmes-middle-school

    Holmes Middle School personnel busted for drugs:
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    Holmes Staffer Ordered to Stay Away from School, Case Not Part of Federal Investigation

    20 Aug 2014

    An employee at Holmes Middle School appeared in Kenton County District Court on Wednesday morning, accused of trafficking in ten or more dosage units of opiates. The River City News has learned that the charge involves the alleged trafficking of pain pills.

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    Sanders said that Tyus's arrest resulted from a separate discovery during the federal investigation. "A federal investigation uncovered evidence he was trafficking pills but he's not part of the ring the DEA is after so he will be prosecuted on state charges," the prosecutor said. Investigators opted to arrest Tyus at the school because they knew they could find him there, but his alleged trafficking is not related to the school or its students, Sanders said.

    http://www.rcnky.com/articles/2014/...ay-school-case-not-part-federal-investigation
     
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    Federal agents question employees at Covington school

    20 Aug 2014

    Federal agents have visited the building twice since school started Aug. 13, according to an email Covington Independent Public School District Superintendent Alvin Garrison sent to faculty and staff Tuesday. Agents questioned three employees, Garrison said. "At this point, the federal agents have not shared with us what their investigation entails," he said.

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    Quincey Tyus, 26, was booked into the Kenton County Detention Center at 3:40 p.m, court records show. Tyus was arrested for trafficking in controlled substance, according to court records.

    http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/crime/2014/08/19/covington-school-assistant-arrested/14318377/
     
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    NKY school security assistant arrested on drug-trafficking charge: Quincey Tyus, 26, works at Holmes Middle School

    20 Aug 2014

    Quincey Tyus, 26, was charged with drug trafficking but not at the school. Authorities said Tyus was accused of selling 50 Percocet for $150 at his Independence home. Tyus is an assistant security guard and was also listed as an assistant football coach at Holmes Middle School.

    http://www.wlwt.com/news/nky-school-security-assistant-arrested-on-drug-trafficking-charge/27639780
     
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    Holmes Middle School employee charged with drug trafficking

    20 Aug 2014

    Agents with the Northern Kentucky Drug Task Force arrested Quincey Tyus, 26, Tuesday at the school after a Drug Enforcement Administration investigation uncovered evidence. Rob Sanders, Kentucky Commonwealth Attorney for Kenton County, said the evidence came about during larger operation by the federal agency int a possible drug trafficking ring. Because Tyus was not believed to be part of the ring his case was handed over to the Kenton County Circuit Court, Sanders said.

    http://www.wcpo.com/news/local-news...school-employee-charged-with-drug-trafficking