The Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force has arrested five people, including four from LaRue County, as a result of a several months long investigation into illegal drug activity in and around Bullitt, Hardin, Hart and Larue counties. The task force reported Tuesday, May 1st, that 50 year old Robert Gregory Clan, 49 year old Cynthia Ann Hawkins, 34 year old Dometric Diane Jones and 39 year old Thomas William McCubbins, all of Magnolia, along with 42 year old Kenneth Jason Moore of Louisville, were all arrested after search warrants were served in two of the four counties. All five were charged with trafficking in crystal methamphetamine. Clan, Hawkins, Jones and McCubbins were also charged with trafficking in marijuana. Jones and McCubbins were also charged with trafficking in opiates. Meanwhile, Moore was also charged with trafficking in anabolic steroids and controlled substances. Detectives with the Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force say more than 18 pounds of crystal methamphetamine was bought and sold in and around Bullitt, Hardin, Hart and LaRue counties during the investigation. They also say 5 pounds of crystal methamphetamine, 3 pounds of marijuana, a variety of pain pills, guns and cash were confiscated.