K-9 helps in Henry County drug arrest

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HENRY COUNTY, Tenn. — Drugs and thousands of dollars in suspected drug money are off the streets due to the work of a Henry County Sheriff’s Office K-9. Investigators say they recovered a gun, drugs and cash as officers searched a home on North Poplar Street in Paris. Korey Rick is now charged with four counts including violation of probation. Officers say they found nearly $6,500 in cash, a loaded gun, meth, marijuana and pills. “The canine alerted us to several different spots in the house, and on a search of the residence in those spots we were able to obtain some narcotics,” Sgt. Jamie Myrick said. Investigators say Rick will be arraigned Thursday morning.

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