METH LAB ARRESTS Investigation, Home Confinement Check Lead To Drug Arrests
Reported by: Jeff Morris
Web Producer: Jeff Morris
Reported: Sep. 4, 2012 1:46 PM EDT
Updated: Sep. 4, 2012 5:44 PM EDT
West Virginia Regional Jail Photo
, Mason County
, West Virginia
An investigation and a home confinement check in Mason County led to the arrest of three people who were allegedly operating a meth lab.
Charles Rusk, 30, of Point Pleasant, Kimberly McDonough, 34, of Point Pleasant and Brandon Roush, 25, of Pomeroy, Ohio, were arrested Monday and transported to the Western Regional Jail, according to a news release from the Mason County Sheriff’s Office.
A sheriff’s deputy and a home confinement officer went to a home at 480 Pine Drive in Point Pleasant in connection with an investigation and home confinement check. During the investigation, the deputy located drug paraphernalia, stolen property from a breaking and entering and items consistent with the operation of a meth lab, the release said.
Rusk was charged with operating or attempting to operate a clandestine laboratory and violation of home confinement. McDonough was charged with operating or attempting to operate a clandestine laboratory. Roush was charged with operating or attempting to operate a clandestine laboratory and an outstanding warrant.
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