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WAYNE COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT REPORT

Sheriff Thompson and C.U.F.F.E.D Sheriff Thompson and C.U.F.F.E.D

July 14, 2017

 

Sheriff Rick Thompson announced the arrests this week of an additional four suspects following investigations by the Wayne County Sheriff’s Department Drug Enforcement Unit.

Zack Wells, left, and Justice StaleyZack Wells, left, and Justice Staley

The US Marshal’s CUFFED Task force arrested Justice Staley of Prichard, W.Va. The WCSD Drug Enforcement Unit stopped Justice while he was allegedly in route to sell Crystal Methamphetamine. During the stop, 11 grams of Crystal Methamphetamine, digital scales and packaging materials for distribution was seized.

Justice is charged with Possession with Intent to Deliver, Pseudoephedrine Altered, and Conspiracy. Sheriff Thompson and the WCSD Drug Enforcement Unit say that multiple tips were received regarding Staley.

Sheriff Thompson recognizes the assistance of the citizens in his quest to remove these people from our communities.

Also arrested by The US Marshal’s CUFFED Task force was Marissa Boyle from the Westmoreland area. She was charged with Delivery of a Controlled Substance (heroin) and conspiracy. Constance McCoy was arrested in connection to the arrests made earlier of the two men from Pontiac, Michigan. She was charged with Possession with intent to deliver Crack Cocaine, Possess with Intent to Deliver Marijuana, and Conspiracy.

The last arrest was that of Zachary Wells also of Prichard, W.VA.. Wells turned himself in to WCSD authorities. He is charged with Aiding and Abetting (Delivery of a controlled substance).

If you would like more information regarding the information provided, please feel free to contact our office at 304-272-6381 or Sheriff Thompson at 304-544-1812.

 

Comments  

+2 #2 Zippy 2017-07-16 04:49
The Wells guy looks like he seen a ghost lol. If their judicial system is anything like ours, then these boys have nothing to worry about and should take the opportunity to get their lives straightened out. Our revolving door judicial system (Lawrence, Johnson, Martin) over here has resulted in severe jail overcrowding. It's always above capacity because the same people are fed to the system over and over and over again with little to no punishment, and that is at the heart of the overflow issue.
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-1 #1 Dislike Waynecooksto 2017-07-14 20:38
Wayne Co needs to leave innocent mothers and children alone. Quit wasting court resources on taking children away from their mother and given them to worthless grandparents all on a hearsay. If anyone tries to sell a cookstove ask him where they stole it from.
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