CHAPMANVILLE — Chapmanville police officers made a traffic stop that ended with a couple in jail facing multiple charges.
As officers approached the car they had stopped, they were met with the odor of alcohol and saw the passenger in the vehicle attempt to hide a Boones Farm bottle between the center console and her leg.
Jenea Sherman, 35, of Eleanor, was told a female officer was on the way to search her. Sherman then told officers she had $50 worth of methamphetamine located in her bra. Further investigation revealed the methamphetamine in her bra weighed approximately 0.4 grams.
Sherman was charged with conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance (counterfiet) and possession of a controlled substance. Her bond was set at $5,000.
Robbie Matthew Thompson, 37, also of Eleanor, consented to a search. There was 3.7 grams of methamphetamine. Thompson had several types of drug paraphenalia in his pockets.
A clear bag containing a white, powdery substance with empty capsules and a bottle of Niacin. Thompson advised the white substance in the clear bag was Niacin, which he intended to sell as methamphetamine.
Thompson was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and possession of (counterfiet) controlled substance. His bond was also set at $5,000.