2 women charged after allegedly selling fentanyl to individual working with Greater Harrison Drug Task Force

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CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — Two women have been charged after allegedly selling fentanyl to an individual working with the Greater Harrison Drug Task Force.

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Anna Corsini
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Jenna Ables

On Sept. 21, confidential informants working with the Greater Harrison County Drugs and Violent Crime Task Force performed controlled purchases from two individuals in Clarksburg, according to a criminal complaint.

On that date, the individual met with Anna Corsini, 35; and Jenna Ables, 29, both of Clarksburg, at a residence on Milford Street, officers said.

At that point, the informant “successfully did a controlled purchase of fentanyl,” from Corsini and Ables “in exchange for $50 in recorded United States currency,” according to the complaint.

Corsini and Ables have been charged with possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance. They are being held in North Central Regional Jail on a $5,000 bond.

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