Floyd deputies arrest two after seizing heroin, meth

Cody Dennis and Cory Salyers Cody Dennis and Cory Salyers
Cody Dennis and Cory Salyers
Cody Dennis and Cory Salyers

PRESTONSBURG, Ky. — Two central Kentucky men were arrested this week in Prestonsburg, for allegedly bringing drugs into Floyd County.

Floyd County deputies were called to the Prestonsburg Village shopping center Tuesday night, for a report of possible drug activity. Deputies located the vehicle matching the description given by the caller, and spotted a man and woman enter a store, while another man and woman stayed in the car.

The officers stopped the car, then went inside and found Cody Dennis, 33, of Lexington, with his girlfriend. Dennis told police the woman had narcotics in her pants, at which time the woman told police Dennis had made her put the drugs there and she offered to give police a full written statement. Police recovered 40 grams of heroin from the woman.

Dennis was arrested and charged with trafficking heroin.

Back in the car, deputies discovered Cole Salyers, 35, of Georgetown, was wanted in Boyd County and allegedly found him in possession of 12 grams of meth. He was arrested and charged with possession of meth.

Both women were released.