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Kentucky Wildcats quarterback Lynn Bowden Jr. (1) runs the ball down the field during the Belk Bowl football game between Kentucky and Virginia Tech on Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2019, at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina. UK won 37-30. Photo by Michael Clubb | Staff

Kentucky fans woke up to some nerve-wracking news earlier this week. 

Lynn Bowden's grandmother's house was searched before 8:00 a.m. by U.S. Marshals and DEA agents, according to WKBN in Youngstown.

Bowden was placed in handcuffs at the scene, as were many other people who were present at the house when it was raided, which is customary during searches.*

People Outside of Bowden's grandmother's

*Photo from WKBN Sports Twitter

Agents reportedly recovered a number of weapons from the house, including handguns and "assault weapons."

According to WKBN, sources claim police had made a number of drug buys during undercover operations. This seemingly would have prompted the raid. WKBN also reports that Bowden was not involved in any of the rumored transactions. 

Initial tweets - including the Kernel's - reported the house was Bowden's, but the house was later confirmed to belong to his grandmother by Bowden's mother:

Bowden's agency, Element Sports Group, also released a statement: