GRAFTON, W.Va. – The Grafton Police Department conducted two drug raids on Wednesday with help from the West Virginia Corrections Special Operations K-9 Unit.
The first was at a home on West Main Street, while the second was at a Sunset Terrace apartment, according to a press release.
The raid at the apartment led to two arrests, police said. Nicholas Bartholow, 37, is charged with three counts of conspiracy–delivery of a controlled substance, and Tabitha Hyde, 30, is charged with misdemeanor simple possession.
Police officers are still looking for Dianna Woodson, 47, who is wanted for conspiracy–delivery of a controlled substance, and Drew Britton, 33, who is wanted for two charges of delivery of a controlled substance, the release states.
Bartholow and Hyde are in Tygart Valley Regional Jail.
Additional charges may be brought, pending further investigation, police said.