UPDATE: 2/28/2023, 11:21 a.m.

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WBOY) — According to a criminal complaint, a Mount Clare man is in custody after a drug bust in Clarksburg that yielded fentanyl, meth and $170,000 in cash.

The Clarksburg Police Department posted photos from the seizure and some information on its Facebook page Monday evening. According to a criminal complaint obtained Tuesday, Shawn Bork, 47 of Mount Clare, was arrested in the case.

Shawn Bork

The complaint said that the seizure was made at 43 Charla Lane in Clarksburg, which is in the Suan Terrace neighborhood. In addition to the drugs, gun and cash that Clarksburg Police announced on Monday, the criminal complaint against Bork also said that they found a man’s silver wallet with Bork’s bank cards and driver’s license. The criminal complaint said that there were “numerous people” inside the house during the search, but that the 140 grams of fentanyl and 25 grams of meth were found in a basement bedroom where Bork was staying.

Bork is charged with possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and is being held at North Central Regional Jail on $50,000 bail. Additional arrests are expected, according to Clarksburg, police.

Chief Kiddy told 12 News that the fentanyl that was seized was enough to kill up to 70,000 people.

ORIGINAL: 2/27/2023, 7:34 p.m.

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WBOY) — Fentanyl, crystal meth and cash are just a few of the things that were confiscated during a drug bust in Harrison County.

On Feb. 27, Clarksburg Police Department SWAT Team and The Harrison County Drug Task Force found “over $170,000 in cash, 140 grams of presumed fentanyl, 25 grams of presumed crystal meth, and one Glock handgun” while executing a search warrant in the Suan Terrace neighborhood of Clarksburg, near Nutter Fort, according to a Clarksburg Police Department Facebook post.

The drug bust also resulted in the arrest of one subject with “additional arrests are expected during this ongoing investigation,” the post said.

Clarksburg Police Department Detective Division, Harrison County Sheriff’s Office, Bridgeport Police Department and Harrison County EMS assisted.