Harrison County man facing drug charges following 2 controlled buys conducted by deputies

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A Harrison County man has been arrested after deputies said he sold marijuana to a “cooperating individual” on two occasions in March.

Lewis County Sheriff’s deputies said they utilized a “cooperating individual” to conduct controlled buys on March 17 and 18 2019. During the buy on March 17, deputies said Joshua Breeden, of Shinnston, sold approximately four grams of marijuana to the individual for $70. During the March 18 buy, deputies said Breed sold approximately five grams of marijuana to the individual for $100.

Deputies said both buys occurred in the parking lot of Sheetz on Berlin Road in Weston.

Breeden was arrested on Wednesday, April 24 and was charged with two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, according to court documents. 

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