Four persons face multiple drug and various other charges while another suspect is on the run following a Graves County Sheriff's Office investigation Sunday at a motor home on Norsworthy Lane.
GCSO Deputy Steve Halsell was dispatched to the residence to serve a warrant. On arrival, Halsell was met at the door by a white male identifying himself as '"Keith Duncan."
When asked for identification, the man went back inside the home, but would not come back out, according to Halsell.
Meanwhile, Savannah Isbell, 24, of Mayfield, had just exited the residence prior to the man going inside. Halsell said Isbell was very reluctant in providing information about the man.
After Deputy John Cavin arrived, both deputies determined that the man had exited the trailer through a window in the rear. While speaking with the property owners that lived in a mobile home at the same address, it was determined that the unidentified man was actually Christopher Ivie, 41, of Union City, Tennessee.
Ivie was found to be wanted on Tennessee warrants for alleged child abuse and neglect. Ivie is described as a white male with a slim build wearing black plants. When last seen he was not wearing a shirt. Halsell said Ivie was spotted a short time later on Walker Road, but allegedly ran from officers again and evaded arrest. Ivie remains on the run.
Meanwhile, a search warrant was obtained and executed on the property. A firearm, methamphetamine, marijuana, Hydrocodone and numerous other items of drug paraphernalia were allegedly located inside both the motor home and mobile home. The property owners were identified as Keith Duncan, 53, and Jerri Turner, 36, both of Sedalia.
Also located in the mobile home was a month-old deer fawn with a dog collar on it inside a dog crate. Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Resources was contacted. A KFWR officer responded and charged both Duncan and Turner with illegal possession of a white-tailed deer without a permit.
Keith Duncan is charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, violation for conditions of release for allegedly having contact with minors located at the residence, first-degree possession of an unspecified controlled substance, possession of prescription medication not in a proper container and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Jerri Turner is charged with complicity to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, complicity to violation of conditions of release, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of a prescription medication not in the proper container and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Tory Turner, 18, of the same address, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia (firearm enhanced)
Savannah Isbell is charged with second-degree hindering apprehension and first-degree possession of methamphetamine.
When captured, Christopher Ivie will be charged with second-degree fleeing or evading, giving a police officer a false name, first-degree possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Citizens living in the area are asked to call the Graves County Sheriff's Office at 270-247-4501 if they see Ivie. He is believed to be trying to make his way back to Union City, according to the report.
Kentucky State Police also assisted GCSO at the scene.