OHIO COUNTY, KY (WFIE) – Kentucky State Police have arrested two Ohio County residents on various meth charges.

Troopers were called to the 2000 block of Hopewell Road after receiving a call about possible drug activity.

James Woolen, 54, and  are facing charges after troopers found meth making materials at the residence.


Both are being held at the Ohio County Detention Center.

James Woolen is also charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.







  1. Karyn Ziller says:

    What the hell kind of site is this????? Fav Meth Head of the day????? What the hell?????? My cousin Stacey had NO meth problem til she met this piece of crap!!!!! He had been hiding from the police for YEARS!!!!!! How he has escaped being caught is beyond me. He has several acres and has evaded MANY raids!!!!! My poor cousin NEEDS HELP…she is addicted terribly to this crap and I will do EVERYTHING in my power to get her the help she needs. My cousin DOES NOT DESERVE to be in jail!!!!! She has NEVER COOKED IT, SOLD IT, OR DEALT IT in any way….her only crime is becoming an addict to this crap!!!!! We are working on getting her into rehab…back in the day when we were close she had so much love in her heart, she is a beautiful person that just happened to marry a PIECE OF SHIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!