Police Make Four Heroin Arrests
Two men were arrested Monday morning on Main Street in New Martinsville when a call regarding a supposed car break-in led to the discovery of heroin stamps and needles.
Around 9 a.m. Monday police received a call about a vehicle being broken into on Main Street.
Captain Mike Thomas responded wherein Tyler Fauber, 27, of New Martinsville told him he thought his car was broken into and that his checkbook was missing. Upon looking for the checkbook, Captain Thomas found heroin stamps and needles in the console. Police were then prompted to get a search warrant for a house on 446 Main Street where matching heroin stamps were found.
Fauber and Jeremy White, 24, of Paden City, said they had gone to Pittsburgh and had purchased bricks of the drug.
The two are being charged with possession with the intent to deliver heroin and are presently being held in the Northern Regional Jail in lieu of $20,000 bonds.
Law enforcement involved in the incident include Captain Thomas, Sgt. Steve Kastigar, Ptl. Friend Estep, and Police Chief Cecil of the New Martinsville Police Department, and Sgt. John Brookover and Deputy Randy Adams of the Wetzel County Sheriff’s Office.
In a similar matter, police have also arrested Kevin Thompson, 22, and Becca Keller, 19, of 242 Franklin Street for possession with the intent to deliver heroin following a search of their home late Thursday night into Friday morning of last week.
Police acquired a search warrant for the home after receiving several complaints from neighbors. They found heroin, cash, and drug paraphernalia.
Thompson is presently housed in the NRJ in lieu of a $30,000 bond. Keller has made bond.
Law enforcement involved in this incident include Captain Thomas, Police Chief Cecil, Ptl. Friend Estep, Ptl. Don Larsen, Ptl. David Howell, and Ptl. Adam Skinner.