Missing 5-year-old from Lexington found during a drug bust in central Kentucky

A law enforcement officer at the Bluegrass Drug Task Force says he found a five-year-old child who had been missing since February during a drug investigation at his home in Bourbon County this week.

The girl was Missing from Lexington since February WKYT reported that it was found hiding in a closet inside a house on West 8th Street in Paris. Paris police announced on a Facebook page on Friday night that the girl had been found and said they were investigating the kidnapping.

According to a Facebook post, the Task Force had obtained a search warrant to search for a home as part of an investigation that endangered the sale of oxycodone and the welfare of minors.

The 26-year-old Solomon Fields was arrested Thursday afternoon and detained in Bourbon County Regional Detention Center on Saturday.

Fields is charged with three counts that endanger the welfare of minors, trafficking of controlled drugs (cocaine), trafficking of controlled substances (non-narcotics on schedules 1 and 2), trafficking of marijuana, and detention interference. I am. ..

According to court records, he will be prosecuted in the Bourbon District Court on Wednesday.

Detective Earl Hatter of the Paris Police told WKYT that a woman and four children were found at Fields’ home. Television stations reported that Fields said the missing child was his daughter, but police had not confirmed it.

Hatter said the child was returned to her home.

According to the National Missing and Exploitation Children’s Center Five-year-old Zana Johnson is missing from Lexington Since February 25th. The website said the girl “may be with her mother.”

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