Two Men in Jail, Accused of Selling Crack Cocaine to Undercover Deputies

By: Olivia Fecteau Email
By: Olivia Fecteau Email

BOYD COUNTY, Ky. (WSAZ) – Two men are in jail in Boyd County, Ky. after Boyd County Sheriff’s deputies say they bought crack cocaine from them late Saturday night.

According to a release from the Sheriff’s Department, Prentiss L. Glenn, 34, and Donnell D. Simmons, 35, both of Philadelphia, Pa., sold about 3.5 grams of crack cocaine to deputies. Both men were arrested. Deputies said Glenn had large amounts of crack cocaine, heroin and cocaine in addition to cash. He was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance for crack cocaine and possession for all three drugs. Simmons was charged with complicity of trafficking in a controlled substance for crack cocaine.

Both men are lodged at the Boyd County jail.

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