Kara Schulze

Kara Schulze

On June 26, agents with the South Central Kentucky Drug Task Force received a complaint that Brent Morgan, 38, of Auburn had a backpack containing illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia at 119 Rogers Drive.

Agents responded to the complaint and were given consent to search the residence. A backpack was located inside of the residence with Morgan’s personal information inside of the backpack. The backpack contained suspected heroin, marijuana, and hypodermic needles.

Morgan was taken into custody and lodged at the Logan County Detention Center. Morgan is charged with possession of a controlled substance first degree (drug unspecified), possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On, June 11, agents with the South Central Kentucky Drug Task Force received a complaint from Captain Clint Wright of the Logan County Sheriff’s Department that there was a suspicious vehicle sitting in the parking lot of True Vine Full Gospel Church on Highland Lick Road. The vehicle was described as a black Chevrolet Tahoe with aftermarket black rims. Upon the agents arrival, the vehicle had already left the scene.

Approximately 30 minutes later, the vehicle was observed on Highland Lick Road. Agents observed the vehicle pull into multiple driveways failing to use a proper turn signal. A traffic stop was initiated on the vehicle and contact was made with the sole occupant Joseph S. Corbett, 36, of Russellville.

K-9 Anita positively alerted on the vehicle for illegal drugs. Located inside of the vehicle was suspected heroin and methamphetamine.

Corbett was taken into custody and lodged at the Logan County Detention Center. Corbett is charged with possession of a controlled substance first degree (methamphetamine), possession of a controlled substance first degree (heroin), possession of drug paraphernalia, and improper turn signal.

Assisting agencies included the Logan County Sheriff’s Department and Russellville Police Department.

On July 9, probation and parole contacted the South Central Kentucky Drug Task Force to conduct a home visit at 335 McIntosh Road. Agents made contact with Jamie Fuller, 45, of Russellville. Fuller had failed to report to probation and parole and had tested positive for illegal drugs during urinalysis.

Agents made contact with Fuller at his residence and were granted consent to search his bedroom. Located in a pillow that Fuller sleeps on was a large amount of hypodermic needles containing liquid methamphetamine.

Fuller was taken into custody and lodged at the Logan County Detention Center. Fuller is charged with possession of a controlled substance first degree (methamphetamine) and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On July 10, agents with the South Central Kentucky Drug Task Force observed Kara Schulze, 25, of Quality in the passenger seat of a gray Nissan passenger car. Agents confirmed that Schulze had five outstanding warrants for her arrest. A traffic stop was initiated on the vehicle and contact was made with Schulze and Robert Beavers, 31, of Russellville.

Schulze provided an alias of Athena Turfer to law enforcement but was unsuccessful in the attempt.

A search revealed a hypodermic needle containing liquid methamphetamine, crystal methamphetamine, and 18 Gabapentin pills not in a proper prescription container in Schulze’s bra. Located in Schulze’s body cavity was a glass smoking pipe containing methamphetamine residue.

K-9 Anita positively alerted on the Nissan passenger car for illegal drugs. A search revealed methamphetamine in the driver seat where Beavers was sitting. After leaving the scene, Schulze admitted to having more methamphetamine in her bra and an additional four grams of methamphetamine was located.

Schulze was taken into custody and lodged at the Logan County Detention Center. Schulze is charged with possession of a controlled substance first degree (methamphetamine), possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance third degree, tampering with physical evidence, prescription not in proper container, and giving officer false identifying information.

Beavers was then taken into custody and lodged at the Logan County Detention Center. Beavers is charged with possession of a controlled substance first degree (methamphetamine), and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Assisting agencies included the Logan County Sheriff’s Department and Russellville Police Department.