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Year-Long Investigation in Tyler County Leads to 16 Indictments on Meth Charges

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Tyler County Prosecutor Luke Furbee and Tyler County Sheriff Bob Kendle Tyler County Prosecutor Luke Furbee and Tyler County Sheriff Bob Kendle
Law enforcement in Tyler County have announced the results of a year-long investigation into the meth trade.

On Tuesday morning, Tyler County Prosecutor Luke Furbee announced that the sheriff's department’s investigation into the meth business led to 16 people being indicted by the Tyler County Grand Jury for a total of 148 indictments. The charges range from operating a meth lab, conspiracy to produce meth and exposing children to meth. 

The following individuals are facing charges and will appear in court on July 3:

Benjamin M. Davis, 40, Middlebourne

Jeremy M. Keller, 35, Middlebourne

Ryen M. Archer, 22, Middlebourne

 Marc A. Baker, 30, Middlebourne

Christina L. Boor, 44, Middlebourne

Shelly R. Davis, 43, Middlebourne

Dakota H. Folger, 18, Middlebourne

 Tracy A. Keller, 46, Middlebourne

Brock I. McMahon, 23, Middlebourne

 Stephen D. Shepherd, 52, Middlebourne

Shirl N. Baker III, 34, Sistersville

 Brandy I. Goding, 33, Sistersville

Joshua R. Smith, 29, Sistersville

 Kristin M. Cross, 21, Sistersville

William M. Wells II, 24, Sistersville

Amanda R. Long, 29, New Martinsville