PIKEVILLE, Ky. — A Pike County couple has been sentenced on drug trafficking charges.
Josh Marian, 33, and Charity Workman, 28, both of Aflex, were arrested back in April after police were tipped that someone was selling heroin in South Williamson.
They each pleaded guilty back in November. Marian pleaded guilty to trafficking meth and heroin, while Workman pleaded guilty to trafficking meth and drug possession.
During final sentencing on Wednesday, Marian was sentenced to five years in prison, while Workman was sentenced to three years and six months.
Both are currently being held in the Pike County Detention Center.