CLARKSBURG, W.Va - Officers arrest a man after finding meth on him.
According to officials, police pulled over a blue Toyota Sedan traveling westbound on West Main Street after officers spotted a defective windshield and exhaust on the vehicle.
The officer walking up to the vehicle observed the male driver, Dustin Jenks, 30, of Nutter Fort, moving frantically inside the vehicle. Officers say Jenks was also observed moving a camouflage backpack from the front seat to the back seat.
Upon searching Jenks' backpack and vehicle, officers found four bags of meth ready for sale, 2 digital scales, multiple empty bags, and a bag containing subutex, which belonged to the female passanger, Cheyenne Ayoob, 30, of Clarksburg.
Jenks is charged with possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver, and Ayoob is charged with conspiring to commit a felony.
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