Two Jellico residents are behind bars after the Campbell County Grand Jury issued indictments for drug related offenses.
Jay Lay Jr., 54, 232 Wooldridge Lane, Jellico, was spotted by Jellico Police Chief Chris Anderson at a 5th street gas station on Halloween. He was reportedly arrested by Det. Sgt. Jeff Ivey.
Lay was charged with three counts of sale of a schedule II drug and three counts of delivery of a schedule II drug. His bond was set at $100,000.
Lay’s daughter, Angela Lay-Broyles, 25, was arrested after police allegedly saw her at the Trunk or Treat event in downtown Jellico. K9 officer Joe Hopson allegedly arrested Lay-Broyles. She was charged from two counts of sale and two counts of delivery of a schedule II drug, sale and delivery of a schedule VI drug, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Her bond was also set at $100,000.
The indictment comes after a five-month investigation by members of the Jellico Police Department.