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Topic - Spike Jones
Covington Police are pursuing 60 suspected drug dealers after arrest warrants were issued on Thursday as the result of a four-month investigation.
Versatile saxophone player Gil Bernal has died at age 80. He performed on the 1950s pop song "Smokey Joe's Cafe" and worked with Spike Jones, Lionel Hampton and Ry Cooder.
Covington Police Chief Spike Jones told The Kentucky Enquirer (http://cin.ci/1h19srx) most of the wanted individuals are accused of trafficking heroin.
Jones said the Kentucky National Guard provided helicopter support during the arrests to help track anyone who might try to run.