West Virginia State Police responded to a complaint of a possible methamphetamine lab at a Rosedale residence in Gilmer County on Friday, Feb 21.
State Police reported that there was no evidence discovered that a meth lab was at the house. The home belongs to Dixie Helmic, 35, of Rosedale.
Once police arrived on the scene, Trooper First Class Raynor was notified that Helmic has fired a pistol at a number of houses in the area. The pistol was located and recovered by NCIC.
Trooper Raynor also discovered that Helmic's live-in boyfriend, David White, 22, was a registered sex offender who was in violation of the Sex Offender Registry Act.
A vehicle at the residence was searched and police found marijuana and methamphetamine. Helmic was arrested from wanton endangerment and possession of a controlled substance. White was arrested for obstructing an officer, providing false information to the West Virginia State Police, possession of a weapon by a prohibited person, and failure to register with the Sex Offender Registry.
Both White and Helmick are in the Central Regional Jail.