A Hopkinsville woman was among four people arrested Monday at a home in Hopkins County.
Deputies were investigating after receiving reports of drug trafficking at 103 Liberty Street in Mortons Gap and approached the home after seeing a juvenile exit about 1:30 p.m., according to a news release.
A door to the home was open and a news release says deputies recognized two people inside who were wanted on warrants.
As police attempted to make the arrests, several people inside the home began to run and yell that they were being raided.
The news release says 23-year old Kimberly Hale of Trilogy Avenue, Hopkinsville had synthetic drugs on her person and attempted to hide them from officers. She was arrested for possession of synthetic drugs and tampering with evidence. Deputies served 37-year old Jeremy Tucker of Paducah with a parole violation warrant and charged him with trafficking in methamphetamine.
Thirty-one year old Patrick Weidman of Owensboro was served with warrants for not appearing in court and not paying fines and 32-year old Christopher Williams of Mortons Gap was served with a warrant for failure to pay fines.