Huntsville Police announce drug trafficking arrest

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Larry Humphrey, JrHUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville Police and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency has announced the arrest of Larry Love Humphrey, Jr. He’s facing drug trafficking charges.

Agents with the Madison-Morgan County HIDTA Drug Task Force (STAC), along with Agents from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) charged the 22-year-old after a lengthy investigation. They say the investigation involved large amounts of drugs being trafficked in Huntsville and the surrounding areas.

01-16 STAC ArrestInvestigators say drug agents searched a home on Sugar Plum Lane in Madison and Skyline Drive in Huntsville. During their search, they recovered five handguns, an AR-15 assault rifle, $2,685 cash, and 678 Oxycodone pills. The pills have a street value of over $20,000.

Humphrey is being held on a $100,000 bond at the Madison County Metro Jail in Huntsville.

The investigation is on-going and additional criminal charges are possible.

Agents with the Limestone County also helped in the search and arrest.

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