A sheriff's deputy has recently been accused of driving under the influence of alcohol after he allegedly crashed a vehicle into a home in West Virginia. Drunk driving charges are serious in nature, and those accused of similar crimes face serious consequences if a conviction is obtained. Individuals who face such charges could find it beneficial to prepare for what happens next by focusing on their defense, but they might be uncertain where to turn for assistance.
When law enforcement agents receive a tip of the possible presence of drug activity, an investigation into the claims may ensue. Should this lead to the search of a vehicle during a traffic stop, those within may face criminal charges if drugs are found in the process. Four women have been taken into custody and are facing drug charges following two separate traffic stops that took place under similar circumstances in West Virginia.