Reported overdose leads to arrest

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Steven N. Lockhart, 25, of Jane Lew was arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine by a member of the West Virginia State Police on Wednesday, Nov 15.
According to the criminal complaint the officer responded to report of a possible overdose in the parking lot of Robin’s Nest Travel Center.  
The complaint goes on to state that the trooper allegedly observed a “loaded, but capped” needle on the floor of Lockhart’s vehicle while attempting to wake Lockhart up.   
After the officer awakened Lockhart a search of Lockhart’s person also allegedly turned up a prescription pill bottle containing five individual baggies containing “large rocks of what appeared to be methamphetamine.”
The complaint also states that Lockhart allegedly told the officer that he had taken 4 Klonpin tablets early that day, and he had intended to shoot methamphetamine, but fell asleep.  
Lockhart also told the officer that he would sell the baggies for $80 to $100 each.
In an unrelated arrest, Jaime N. Parker, 31, of Weston was arrested by a member of the Weston Police Department and charged with possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine on Sunday, Nov. 19.
The complaint states that the officers pulled in to check on Parker’s vehicle after they observed her pulling into the old 7-11 parking lot and turning off the vehicle’s headlights.   
The criminal complaint goes on to state the officer detected the smell of “unburnt marijuana,” and asked Parker if she had marijuana on her person, Parker allegedly admitted to possessing marijuana.   
The officer deployed the K9 who alerted on rear drivers side door, a search of the vehicle then allegedly found “multiple containers” of a green leafy substance the the officers stated appeared to be marijuana, a smaller container that held multiple empty bags and two bags containing a white crystal substance that tested positive for methamphetamine,
and $669.


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