Ludlow resident sentenced to 35 years for meth distribution

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Ludlow resident Terrill Goods, 45, was sentenced to 35 years in prison on Wednesday after he was found guilty of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and cocaine, according to the United States Attorney’s Office.

A federal jury in Covington found Goods guilty in December 2022. His co-defendant, Deon Coulter, 38, of Northern Kentucky, had previously pled guilty and was sentenced to over 20 years for the same charges.

“According to evidence presented at trial, between October 2021 and January 2022, Goods and Coulter conspired to distribute large quantities of methamphetamine, as well as cocaine, in the Eastern District of Kentucky,” said a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Law enforcement made several controlled buys of methamphetamine and one of cocaine from the men, according to the release.

“They also seized approximately 2000 pills containing fentanyl and multiple firearms during execution of search warrants on Goods’ and Coulter’s respective residences,” the release said.

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