PIKEVILLE, Ky. — There’s more legal trouble for a Pike County man arrested on drug trafficking charges last week.
Adam Little, 64, of Ashcamp, was arrested following a raid at his home that turned up pills, Suboxone strips, guns, cash and more than a quarter-pound of meth.
That arrest comes on the heels of his indictment back in October on similar charges.
Now, that October incident is the subject of a new case in federal court, where he is charged with possession of meth with the intent to distribute.
According to court records, a raid at Little’s home on Oct. 2nd resulted in the seizure of 11 bags of meth, along with drug paraphernalia and more than 6,000 dollars in cash. Two of the bags were tested to confirm the presence of the drug, and those two bags weighed nearly a pound.
Little remains in the Pike County Detention Center under a 25-thousand dollar cash bond.