Skip to comments.8 month investigation on downtown business nets arrest, drugs, stolen property
Posted on 04/04/2014 5:25:46 AM PDT by Morgana
CHARLESTON, West Virginia -
Charleston police executed a search warrant on a downtown Charleston business Wednesday evening following an 8 month investigation.
According to officers, it happened at the Middle East Mart, located by the Transit Mall around 6 p.m.
Authorities told 13 News that undercover officers were made aware that the business had been receiving stolen property, as a result, the investigation was launched.
Undercover officers had been selling employees at the business items that those employees believed were stolen. Those items were marked.
During the raid of the business, officers located those stolen items, marijuana, and an undisclosed amount of cash in a back room.
Numerous health code violations were also found.
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"Khitam Ghoul" Middle Eastern Amish I guess.
When I come back to West Virginia it is for something like Bridge Day,
or to run the rapids on the New River.
I usually drive the countryside aand stay out of most cities.
Is there a large moose limb population mooving in to the state?
I hope nobody posts “TTIWWP”
There is a large moose-limb population in Charleston and has been for some time. Did you not know?
Born in Huntington and the family left when I was 4.
When I’ve gone back it was to go to Beckley area for the Bridge, and Gauley or New Rivers and like most places I go I try like hell to stay out of the cities.
Use to be a place in Summersville called Dominics Chop House the wife and I would drive to for dinner from South Florida for.
But the bad economy got it.
too bad as it was the place folks from towns around would go to for special events in life.
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