Dennis Mullins, 59 of Chapmanville and an employee at Logan Regional Medical Center, was arrested by the West Virginia State Police on August 5 for possession with intent to deliver.
Trooper M.J. Miller was conducting a routine road patrol on County Route 18 in the Holden area when he reportedly observed a blue Toyota Scion traveling at 60 MPH in a 45 MPH zone. Miller performed a traffic stop and made contact with the driver, Mullins. Miller alleges that Mullins showed criminal and deceptive behavior.
Miller asked Mullins if there was anything in the vehicle; Mullins advised that there was a loaded firearm in the rear seat of the vehicle in a red and black Thomas Memorial Hospital bag.
Miller filled out a vehicle consent form and began a search on Mullins’ vehicle. Upon searching the vehicle, the officer recovered 12 vials of liquid. Mullins advised that it was Morphine. Miller also recovered several medical items from the vehicle.
Miller obtained a recorded statement from Mullins that he did not have permission to take the Morphine from LRMC. He also advised Miller that he delivered the Morphine and medical supplies to a female in the Cora area.
• Mary Smith, 23 of Kistler, was arrested by the Town of Man Police Department on July 30 for domestic assault, domestic battery, unlawful/malicious wounding and two counts of child neglect/endangerment.
Sargent J.D. Brown was on patrol on July 30 when he was flagged down by a male who claimed his wife hit him with a car, sprayed him in the face with mace and keyed his truck. She then allegedly left the scene, returning moments later to argue with the victim.
Smith also allegedly had their two daughters in the vehicle at the time of the accident. EMS was called and the victim was transported to Logan Regional Medical Center for injuries to his right leg. There is a possibility that the leg is broken.
Smith’s bail is set for $25,000.
• Kristin Brooke Workman, 21, and Jamie Carl Workman, 22, both of Holden, were arrested by the Logan County Sheriff’s Department on July 23 for grand larceny.
On July 23 at approximately 5:13 p.m., Jamie allegedly entered Radio Shack located at Fountain Place Mall, grabbed a $1,000 camera security system and fled the scene. While he was inside the store, his wife, Kristin, allegedly waited outside in a gray Mitsubishi Eclipse.
Jamie hopped into the Mitsubishi and Kristin allegedly drove away, knowing her husband had committed the theft.
The entire incident was captured on video surveillance.
Both suspects were located that same night at approximately 9:15 p.m. After both suspects were read their Miranda Rights, they admitted to their involvement in the theft.
Both Jamie and Kristin’s bail is set for $10,000.
• Gregory Alan Hairston, 25 of Mount Gay, was arrested by the West Virginia State Police on July 28 for possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.
Trooper M.J. Miller was on routine road patrol on County Route 18 in the Holden area when he allegedly observed a maroon GMC Sierra traveling with an expired inspection sticker of 6/14. Miller ran a status check on the vehicle’s registration; he was advised that the registration belonged to a 1998 Chevrolet truck.
Miller then conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle in the Cora area. Miller observed the passenger, Hairston, and claims he had a deceptive and criminal behavior. Miller asked Hairston if there was anything in the vehicle or on his person that he should know about. Hairston advised Miller that he had two ounces of marijuana in his left pocket.
Miller then asked Hairston to exit the vehicle. The officer recovered a purple, Crown Royal bag that allegedly contained two individually wrap, plastic bags of marijuana, each weighing one ounce. Miller also recovered one set of digital scales from the bag.
Miller filled out an Interview and Miranda rights form and read Hairston his rights. Hairston waived his rights and provided a recorded statement. He advised miller that he normally bought two ounces of marijuana and sold it to his friend.
Hairston’s bail is set for $25,000.
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