Brian Keith Sincell, 40, of Whitman, was arrested by West Virginia State Police troopers M.L. Vance and P.J. Dick for possession with intent to deliver, public intoxication, giving false information to an officer and obstructing an officer on Dec. 4.
According to police reports, the troopers pulled a vehicle over for driving left of center near Baby Dolls at Cherry Tree.
"During the stop, this officer noticed the passenger of the vehicle opened the door and exited the vehicle before the vehicle came to a complete stop," the report states. "This officer then noticed that the passenger squatted beside the vehicle on the passenger side and threw something under the vehicle. These officers then made contact with (the) passenger and driver and detained them for an investigation. Upon investigation, these officers found a metal container laying beneath the vehicle which contained five prescription pills commonly called loratab along with two small bags of a white powdery substance which was later weighed and tested with the results being two grams in weight and testing positive for cocaine. The accused denied his acts to these officers until these officers showed him the video. The accused then admitted to he acts."
Sincell reportedly failed three different types of field sobriety tests.
Sincell was booked at the Southwestern Regional Jail at Holden at 11:50 p.m.
Fairy Bell Runyon, 53, of Mt. Gay, was arrested by members of the U.S. 119 Drug Task Force on Dec. 2 for delivery of a controlled substance.
According to police reports, on March 6, 2008, "the defendant did deliver five hydrocodone and five xanax tablets in exchange for $35" to a confidential informant.
"Later the same date, the defendant again delivered 10 hydrocodone in exchange for $60," the report states. "...Both transactions were completed at the residence of the defendant located in Coal Branch."
She was booked at the Southwestern Regional Jail at Holden at 8:35 p.m.
Sarah Fay Robinson, 19, of Henlawson, was arrested by WVSP Trooper D.W. Simmons for possession of a controlled substance on Dec. 2.
According to police reports, on Dec. 2, the officer received a dispatch from 911 about two individuals allegedly taking items from the West Logan Family Dollar store.
A caller told the 911 dispatcher that a male had taken several stolen items outside and placed them into a blue Dodge Neon vehicle and that a female co-defendant later identified as Robinson was still in the store. The officer made contact with the male who was arrested on petit larceny and other charges after he reportedly "uttered that he had been the one who had stolen stuff and that the items (worth $15) were in the trunk.
"Upon this officer's arrival and conducting a search of the above vehicle, recovered the following in the defendant's purse: one and one half hydrocodone 7.5 mg; eight hydrocodone 10 (mg) and three oxycodone 15 (mg)," the report states. "This officer also recovered a small bag containing a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, one pipe containing marijuana residue and two marijuana cigarettes."
She was booked at the regional jail at 9:17 p.m.
Bryan Anthony Workman, 20, of Holden, was arrested by Logan City Patrolman Mark Dickerson for possession of a controlled substance and obstructing an officer on Nov. 30.
According to police reports, while on routine patrol Officer Dickerson observed a blue Ford Taurus with rear brake light out and pulled the driver, the officer reportedly noticed Workman appeared nervous.
"(The) passenger, later identified as Workman was asked to step out of the vehicle," the report states. "Upon Workman exiting the vehicle, this officer asked if he had anything on his person I needed to know about. Workman stated 'No,' and a Terry Frisk was conducted. A capped/used hypodermic needle with a clear liquid inside fell out of Workman's lower pant leg. Workman was at that time handcuffed and advised of his Miranda rights. Workman then stated he did not want to answer questions without an attorney. Again, this officer asked if Workman had anything on his person I needed to know about. Again Workman stated 'No.' Upon a search incident to his arrest, this officer also located a rolled 'joint' with a green leafy substance inside a cigarette pack in his left front jacket pocket. (The) substance tested positive for THC (marijuana content)."
He was booked at the regional jail at 3 p.m.
Jackie Dwayne Tackett, 53, of Kistler, was arrested in Logan County by WVSP Trooper J.K. Harris for possession of a controlled substance, driving on a revoked license, defective equipment, improper registration and no insurance on Nov. 28.
According to police reports, the officer saw Tackett driving a gold Dodge Stratus with a defective light and pulled him over. Tackett failed to provide the officer with a valid operator's license, proof of insurance or registration. The officer reportedly issued citations to Tackett on other occasions for driving on a suspended license.
"A search incidental to arrest also disclosed a glass plate and a plastic straw located under the passenger seat of the vehicle. The aforementioned items contained a white powdery residue believed to be from controlled prescription medications," the report states.
He was booked at the regional jail at 9:36 p.m.
Tiffany Morgan Baisden, 29, of Lyburn, was arrested by WVSP Trooper J.K. Harris for possession of a controlled substance, domestic assault, domestic battery and public intoxication on Nov. 25.
According to police reports, on Nov. 9, the officer responded to a domestic violence call where the victim accused Baisden of allegedly committing domestic assault and domestic battery "when she threatened his life and struck him in the face with a closed fist."
"The victim further advised the accused shared the residence with him," the report states. "This officer did observe a bruise and a laceration above the victim's right eye. Upon arrival, this officer observed the accused to be under the influence of a suspected controlled substance.
"Prior to this officer's departure, emergency medical attention was requested for the accused as she had overdosed and was found unconscious in Jo's Baby Dolls' Exotic Show Bar," the report continues. "Additionally, during a walk-through of the apartment located above the bar, this officer observed a plate with a white powdery residue on the dresser top of the accused. This officer also observed a pill canister on the bed of the accused which contained two and one half xanax pills."
She was booked at the regional jail at 1:20 a.m.