Detectives arrest man after Mayfield drug raid - Seized items

These are items Grave and Marshall County sheriff's detectives and the Kentucky State Police seized from an address on Depot Street in Mayfield on Wednesday afternoon. 

Law enforcement officials from three agencies raided a Mayfield home Wednesday afternoon, arresting a man and seizing drugs and firearms.

Detectives from the Graves County Sheriff’s Office and Marshall County Sheriff’s Office, along with Kentucky State Police, executed a search warrant at 4:56 p.m. at 915 Depot St., Sheriff Jon Hayden said.

Investigators had obtained information leading them to determine Timothy Hutchinson, 46, was selling drugs from the location, Hayden said. They later located Hutchinson in a detached garage next to the home.

Detectives seized a variety of drugs, including methamphetamine, cocaine, marijuana and various pills. They also located five handguns and ammunition near Hutchinson, Hayden said.

Detectives charged Hutchinson with trafficking in marijuana (8 ounces to less than 5 pounds, first offense, firearm enhanced), trafficking in a first-degree controlled substance (first offense, less than 4 grams cocaine, firearm enhanced, five counts of possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, illegal possession of a legend drug (firearm enhanced), trafficking in a first-degree controlled substance (first offense, 10 or more dosage units of unspecified drug, firearm enhanced), trafficking in a first-degree controlled substance (first offense, less than 20 dosage units of unspecified drugs, firearm enhanced), buy/possess drug paraphernalia (firearm enhanced) and second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (first offense, less than 20 dosage units of unspecified schedule 3 narcotics, firearm enhanced).

Children in the home were left in the care of uninvolved adults, Hayden said.

Detectives continued to investigate.