Two people were arrested in Preston County Monday after deputies initiated a traffic stop, found drug paraphernalia and discovered multiple unpaid citations.
Kristy McGraw, of Charleston, and Patrick Miller, were arrested after the Preston County Sheriff’s Department initiated a traffic stop near the Kingwood Circle K.
While checking the IDs of McGraw and another passenger, deputies observed Miller throw a glass smoking device in the snow.
Deputies, then, found 9 Concerta pills, 20 methylphenidate hydrochloride pills, which are a schedule II controlled substance, two sets of digital scales, small plastic bags, various smoking devices, syringes used and unused, several papers containing information referencing drug transactions, a marijuana smoking device, and a snorting tube in McGraw’s bag. They also found smoking devices in Miller’s belongings, as well, according to court documents.
Miller had a DUI violation from 2013, which resulted in a suspended or revoked license, along with seven unpaid citations on his record, according to deputies. McGraw had prior felony drug convictions on her record, deputies said.
Deputies also discovered a stolen crossbow in the trunk of the vehicle.
McGraw is charged with possession with intent to deliver, and Miller is charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license.