A man in West Virginia was charged for drug possession on Feb. 20 after he was found with a bag of marijuana and methamphetamine. The incident that led to the man receiving drug and other charges took place at a Sheetz store in Princeton. Deputies received a report about a man at the store who had a bag of marijuana in his pocket that was partially exposed.
Police in Panther, West Virginia, say that they were led on a brief car chase on Route 1/2 on Feb. 4. According to authorities, the driver of the vehicle was a 59-year-old man, and a 63-year-old man was a passenger in the vehicle. The passenger reportedly was in possession of prescription drugs although he did not have a prescription for them.
News outlets reported on Jan. 7 that West Virginia authorities have taken a father and son into custody for allegedly making terroristic threats to a judge and against public buildings and drug possession, respectively. The arrests were the result of unrelated investigations.