Kevin Grabow

On June 23, 2020, the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office executed a second narcotics search warrant at the residence of Kevin Alan Grabow, DOB 06/18/1985, located at 274 Clear Lake Drive in Jacksboro. The investigation into narcotic activity at this residence has been ongoing for six months following citizen complaints and repeated calls for overdosing individuals. This is the second search warrant executed at the same residence. The first narcotics search warrant was executed on 05/14/2020 after investigations revealed the sale of schedule I controlled substance, believed to be heroin. Investigators purchased additional Schedule I controlled substance, believed to be heroin, after the execution of the first search warrant during an undercover buy. Upon executing the second search warrant, an altered firearm was seized along with an undisclosed amount currency believed to be obtained by the illegal sale of controlled substances and additional Schedule I controlled substances. Testing of the controlled substance will be performed by state labs to confirm the substance believed to be heroin. Further charges are expected at the conclusion of the investigation.

Kevin Grabow was arrested on June 23, 2020 for charges related to the altered weapon. Mr. Grabow is a convicted felon and prohibited to own a firearm. Mr. Grabow was booked into the Campbell County Jail on charges of possession of a prohibited weapon, unlawful possession of a weapon, and possession of a Schedule I controlled substance.

On June 24, 2020, the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office executed an additional search warrant into the sale of controlled substances at the residence of James K Alan “Bucky” McCulley, DOB 01/30/1970, and Aurielle Marie Longmire, DOB 05/08/1982, at 183 Easter Lane in Lafollette. Narcotics investigators initiated the investigation approximately 2 months ago with undercover purchases of Schedule II controlled substances, believed to be methamphetamine, and Schedule III controlled substances, believed to be suboxone, being purchased at the residence. During the execution of the search warrant, Schedule I controlled substances, believed to be heroin, and Schedule VI controlled substances, believed to be marijuana, were recovered, as well as drug paraphernalia.