These buys led both agencies back to the home of 34-year- old Kevin Allen Grabow, armed with a narcotics search warrant.
It was around 6 pm Thursday when the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team was activated to secure the location during the execution of the warrant. Investigators recovered schedule I (Heroine) and schedule VI (Marijuana). U.S. Currency and drug paraphernalia were also found in the home.
Grabow was taken into custody and is facing charges of the sell and delivery of a schedule I and VI controlled substance, one count of possession of a schedule VI, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Investigators close to the case believe that based on evidence recovered during the execution of the warrant, further arrests are likely.
According to the report, sheriff’s office investigators along with detectives with the Jacksboro Police Department conducted surveillance on the Grabow residence for months and eventually were able to secure evidence of the suspected narcotics sales from the home. The six-month long investigation was initiated after the Sheriff’s Office received several neighborhood complaints and was dispatched to the residence at 274 Clear Lake Drive numerous times responding to multiple overdose victims based on the report.
Other individuals located inside the home were questioned at the scene and released. Grabow was the only arrest for the time being.
Grabow remains housed in the Campbell County Jail this morning. No bond has been set. According to jail records, Grabow has been arrested almost every year since he turned 18-years- old in 2004. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 05/15/2020-11:30AM)