Erlanger Police arrest Ohio drug suspect Marvin Kelley - Tucson News Now

Erlanger Police arrest Ohio drug suspect

Marvin Kelley (Source: Kenton County Detention Center) Marvin Kelley (Source: Kenton County Detention Center)
ERLANGER, KY (FOX19) -

Erlanger Police arrested a drug suspect Wednesday night.

Marvin Kelley, 30, had an active probation violation warrant from Hamilton County for dealing dangerous drugs.

At around 10:30 p.m., Erlanger Police received information that Kelley was staying at an apartment on Greenfield.

Due to a history of violence, the Erlanger SRT was activated, the residence was secured and Kelley was arrested without incident.

He was taken to the Kenton County Detention Center pending a transfer to Ohio.

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