A drug bust in Harrison County results in the arrests of two people with heroine and over 700 pills in their possession.
Emmitt R. Richardson aka "Jimmy Cool," 41, of Detroit, Michigan and Danielle Hulley, 29, of Clarksburg were apprehended on Tuesday after a search warrant was executed at a residence on Charleston Avenue in Clarksburg by the Harrison County Street Crime and Drug Unit with assistance from the Lewis County Sheriff's Department and the Salem Police Department's K-9 Unit.
Earlier in the day, Lewis County Sheriff Adam Gissy and his deputies conducted a buy bust drug operation involving heroin in Lewis County.
The undercover deputies were sold $600 worth of heroine by Kacie Ranae Lauderdale in the Jane Lew Go-Mart parking lot, According to Gissy. She was promptly arrested by uniformed officers.
As a result of this operation, it was learned the heroin seized was purchased from the Charleston Avenue residence. The deputies relayed this information to the Harrison County SCAD Unit, who then obtained a search warrant.
When authorities executed the warrant at 7:40 p.m., deputies located approximately 5 grams of raw heroin, 225 Oxycodone pills, 448 Hydrocodone pills and 105 Xanax pills. The estimated street value of these drugs is approximately $16,000.
Richardson was charged with possession with intent to distribute heroin, possession with intent to distribute Hydrocodone, possession with intent to distribute Oxycodone, possession with intent to distribute Xanax, delivery of heroin, conspiracy to deliver heroin and four counts of interstate transportation of controlled substances with intent to distribute.
Hulley was charged with possession with intent to distribute heroin, possession with intent to distribute Tramadol and conspiracy to distribute heroin.
All charges against the two are all felonies.
Both Richardson and Hulley are being held in North Central Regional Jail. Lauderdale is not currently listed in the WVRJA records as a prisoner.