Three people were arrested Monday evening by Chapmanville Police on an assortment of charges including possession with intent, prohibited person in possession of firearm and conspiracy.
The incident began when police identified a gold Malibu with Ohio registration and a left brake light out.
Police conducted a traffic stop for defective equipment and made contact with the driver that reportedly stated her name was “Trusonda Dotson."
According to a complaint in the Logan County Magistrate Court, the driver was later identified as Delisa Blache Obey of Cleveland. Two occupants in the car were identified in the complaint as Kenneth Ronald Plycraft of Lorain, Oh. and Jamal Rashaud Stoutemire of Cleveland.
The driver reportedly claimed to not have a license, proof of insurance or registration for the vehicle she was driving.
According to the criminal complaint, officers asked about any marijuana in the vehicle as the odor emitted from within.
A traffic citation was issued for the defective equipment and verbal consent was obtained to search the vehicle.
Officers where alerted to two firearms in the vehicle by one of the defendants.
An inventory of substances discovered during the search include 29 grams
methamphetamine, 11 grams of suspected heroin and 13 grams of a rock like substance believed to be crack.
Moreover, officers field tested a white powdery substance for fentanyl with positive results.
Stoutemire was charged with possession of fentanyl, 4 counts of possession with intent a prohibited person in possession of a firearm and conspiracy.
Bail was set at $100,000 cash only. Obey and Plycraft each were charged with conspiracy and bail set at $25,000 each.