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Akron man arrested with 1/2 pound of fentanyl and meth

Chapmanville An Akron, Ohio man arrested in Logan County for possession with intent for fentanyl and methamphetamine.

It started as a routine traffic stop in the Chapmanville area of US 119 on Friday, November fifth

A silver Kia was pulled over for an obstructed license plate and allegedly crossing the white line of the roadway three-times over the span of about one mile.

West Virginia State Police say 27-year-old Angere Deontae Duane Kerney was driving the vehicle with two passengers. State troopers alleged the car smelled of marijuana.

According to the criminal complaint, a probable cause search turned up a half pound of suspected fentanyl and methamphetamine separated into multiple plastic bags.

Kerney was charged with possession with intent for the fentanyl and meth and a charge of conspiracy. All felonies.

Bond was set at $100,000 full cash or surety.



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