On Jan. 28, 2020, a Logan County jury returned guilty verdicts against Nathaniel Huskey, 55, for two counts of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance and one count of first-degree possession of a controlled substance and recommended a 10-year sentence.

Huskey sold cocaine to a confidential informant on three separate occasions between July and September of 2018. Agent Troy Robinson of the South Central Kentucky Drug Task Force led the investigation and served as a key witness for the prosecution.

The jury also heard from the confidential informant and viewed video and audio footage of the transactions.

After the jury’s verdict was rendered, Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, Ashley Angello Farmer, said, “the jury’s verdict was earned by Agent Robinson, along with other agents of the South Central Kentucky Drug Task Force, who worked very hard to catch Mr. Huskey in the act of selling cocaine from his home.”

Logan Circuit Judge Joe W. Hendricks Jr. sentenced Huskey to 10 years as recommended by the jury on February 6, 2020.

Huskey sold cocaine to a confidential informant on three separate occasions between July and September of 2018. Agent Troy Robinson of the South Central Kentucky Drug Task Force led the investigation and served as a key witness for the prosecution. The jury also heard from the confidential informant and viewed video and audio footage of the transactions.

After the jury’s verdict was rendered, Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, Ashley Angello Farmer, said, “the jury’s verdict was earned by Agent Robinson, along with other agents of the South Central Kentucky Drug Task Force, who worked very hard to catch Mr. Huskey in the act
of selling cocaine from his home."

Logan Circuit Judge Joe W. Hendricks Jr. sentenced Huskey to 10 years as recommended by the jury on February 6, 2020.