Police arrested 18 people Thursday on drug and other charges after a three-month undercover drug investigation by Kentucky State Police.

Officers from the Kentucky State Police, Carrollton Police Department and the U.S. Marshal Fugitive Task Force served warrants on 13 people who had been indicted on charges of trafficking heroin, methamphetamine and prescription narcotics, a KSP release said. Five more were arrested on other charges during the roundup.

Law enforcement had obtained 20 indictments to be served during the drug roundup Thursday.

Of the 20 indictments issued, seven people were not located during the roundup.

People served with warrants on Thursday included:

• Alfred Davis, 47, of Milton, on charges of trafficking in a controlled substance and being a persistent felony offender.

• Jamie Sachleben, 34, of Milton, on two charges of trafficking in a controlled substance.

• Jason Sachleben, 28, of Milton, on three charges of trafficking in a controlled substance.

• Vicky Harlow, 48, of Carrollton, on two charges of trafficking in a controlled substance.

• Patricia Embry, 56, of Carrollton, on a charge of trafficking in a controlled substance.

• Raymond Horn, 35, of Warsaw, on charges of trafficking in a controlled substance and being a persistent felony offender.

• Jill Beers, 35, of Warsaw, on three charges of trafficking in a controlled substance and charges of unlawful possession of a meth precursor, manufacturing methamphetamine, cultivating in marijuana - greater than five plants and controlled substance endangerment to a child.

• Christopher Schave, 30, of Warsaw, on a charge of trafficking in a controlled substance.

People served with warrants for drug charges while already incarcerated in area jails included:

• Cory Satchwell, 25, of Carrollton, on a charge of trafficking in a controlled substance.

• Kevin Reynolds, 44, of Warsaw, on a charge of trafficking in a controlled substance.

• Darrell Ligon, 25, of Warsaw, on a charge of trafficking in a controlled substance.

• Jay Bush, 24, of Sparta, on a charge of trafficking in a controlled substance.

• Brittany Barnard, 25, of Warsaw, on a charge of trafficking in a controlled substance.

Other people arrested during Thursday's roundup included:

• Jennifer Webster, 37, of Sparta, on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine, unlawful possession of a meth precursor, trafficking methamphetamine, trafficking heroin, cultivation of marijuana - greater than five plants and controlled substance endangerment to a child.

• Jeffrey Eggleston, 44, of Covington, on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine, unlawful possession of a meth precursor, trafficking methamphetamine, trafficking heroin, cultivation of marijuana - greater than five plants and controlled substance endangerment to a child.

• Richard Marksberry, 37, of Warsaw, on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine, unlawful possession of a meth precursor, trafficking methamphetamine, trafficking heroin, cultivation of marijuana - greater than five plants, controlled substance endangerment to a child, resisting arrest and terroristic threatening.

• Nellie Bishop, 40, of Warsaw, on a charge of hindering apprehension.

• Nancy Lightfoot, 31, of Warsaw, on a charge of hindering apprehension.

Troopers arrested three people in addition to the subject they sought during a stop at one home in Gallatin County.

Law enforcement officials were hoping to find Beers during the roundup. While locating Beers, troopers found several marijuana plants growing in pots outside of Beers' house.

After obtaining a search warrant for the residence, troopers also found $5,000 cash, six grams of methamphetamine, three grams of heroin, 10 firearms, 32 marijuana plants and 105 marijuana seedlings.

Three people at the home - Jennifer Webster of Sparta, Jeffrey Eggleston of Covington and Richard Marksberry of Warsaw - were arrested on drug and other charges after the search.

Two children living in the home were released to other family members, authorities said.

Seventeen of the 18 people arrested were lodged at the Carroll County Detention Center in Carrollton. One person was already lodged at the Kenton County Detention Center in Covington.