Petersburg Man Sentenced To 20 Years For Dealing In Meth

Craig J. Harp was found in possession of 27 grams of meth during his arrest in November 2018.

(Petersburg, Ky.) – A Petersburg man will spend the better part of two decades behind bars for dealing in methamphetamine.

Craig J. Harp, was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison and eight years on probation on Thursday, report WLWT-TV.  

Harp was arrested in November 2018 during a traffic stop in Covington. During the stop, police found Harp in possession of 27 grams of crystal meth and a digital scale.

Police say Harp had previous felony convictions for drug trafficking.

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