Ucreview – Marion County Deputies have pressed charges against two individuals after discovering over a pound of fentanyl during a drug-related incident in White Hall, West Virginia.
According to a criminal complaint, on October 25th, the Marion County Sheriff’s Department received a report of a “drug deal” occurring between a truck and a Jeep at the Goodwill in White Hall. Deputies were dispatched to the location to investigate.
According to officials, James Potter, 44, and Amanda Potter, 40, both residents of Parkersburg, were occupying the truck.
According to the complaint, deputies spotted a loaded hypodermic needle as they peered into the open door of the truck. This discovery resulted in a probable cause search of the vehicle, and James being detained by the deputies.
While scouring the vehicle, the deputies came across 16.2 ounces of fentanyl, 1.4 ounces of methamphetamine, 6 grams of marijuana, and 28 grams of “a fungi known as ‘shrooms’.” Additionally, they found a metal container containing $5,900 in U.S. currency, and James had $1,614 on his person.
James and Amanda are currently in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, facing charges of possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance.
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