The owner of Pizza Roma has a trial date in August after a large amount of synthetic drugs were found this April in his business.
40-year old Luther Anderson of Woodlawn, Tennesee is represented by attorney David Rye and has a trial date of August 10th at 9am according to officials at the Justice Center.
Anderson, who also owns the Adult Toy Box in Oak Grove, has already had two court dates where a not guilty plea was entered on his behalf and the tentative trial date was set. Anderson’s troubles began April 24th when Hopkinsville Police served a search warrant at Pizza Roma on North Drive and allegedly found over 90-thousand dollars worth of synthetic drugs and drug paraphernalia.
A similar search warrant was executed several days later at his Oak Grove store. The Christian County Sheriff’s Office served a summons to Anderson June 14th.
Anderson has filed a lawsuit against the cities of Hopkinsville and Oak Grove and Hopkinsville Police saying he believes their search was done illegally.