Twins West Virginia with meth captured by Jackson Township gas station - News - The Repository

Twins West Virginia with meth captured by Jackson Township gas station - News - The Repository

A West Virginia man was arrested in Stark County for a second time in three years in respect of fees. This time, he brought a friend to him, who was also arrested after the police found her with meth.

JACKSON TWP. West Virginia couple police were arrested after they pulled their car out of stolen license plates.

Stark County Jail's records show that 31.47 grams of meth and various needles were seized by police.

Jonathan E. Johnson, 50, of Anmore, W.Va, and Tabitha M. Rose, 25, of West Union, W.Va. Sunday at a gas station in the 4600 block of NW Portage Street where the town police pulled over the driving car over Johnson. The vehicle had stolen license plates.

Johnson was imprisoned for a drug trafficking charge, possession of drugs, possession of drug misuse instruments and two counts of stolen property. Rose was imprisoned for charges for acute drug possession, possession of drug misuse instruments, the prevention of official business and possession of drugs drugs.

Stark County court records show that Rose gave the police a false name and that 3.73 grams of meth, a syringe loaded with meth and meth pipe.

Court records also show that Johnson lived in West Virginia and was convicted in Stark County, who was sentenced to a three-year intensive supervision sentence for serious drug possession. The court records show that it was stopped for speed on I-77 in 2016 and was found with .288 grams of meth.

Johnson and Rose stayed behind Monday bars. Johnson replaced a $ 201,500 bond and Rose instead of $ 101,500, pending Massillon Court Court hearings.

Reach Lori at 330-580-8309 or lori.steineck@cantonrep.com.

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