Harrison County SCAD Unit Arrests 6 on Drug Charges
Written by Nicole Porter
Last updated on August 20, 2013 @ 11:27PM
Created on August 20, 2013 @ 9:49PM
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Top Row (L-R) James Jeffries, Shawn Aley Sr.
Bottom Row (L-R) Philip Cann II, Mildred Delrio
The Harrison County Sheriff's Department Street Crimes and Drug Unit arrested six different people Tuesday evening.
According to the sheriff's department, these men and one woman were dealing drugs in various parts of Harrison County including Nutter Fort, Stonewood, Anmoore, the West Pike Street area of Clarksburg and Meadowbrook.
John Jay Jones III, 26, is accused of selling drugs in Nutter Fort. He is facing one court of delivery of oxycontin, one count of delivery of alprazolam (Xanax), one count delivery of oxycodone as well as possession of marijuana and hydrocodone. He is free after posting a $32,000 bond.
James Jeffries, 21, is charged with delivery of oxycodone. He also faces two counts of conspiracy to delivery oxycodone, one count of conspiracy to deliver marijuana, an additional count of delivery of oxycodone and possession with intent to deliver marijuana. Officers said he was operating in Stonewood. He's in the North Central Regional Jail with bond set at $60,000.
Shawn Clifford Aley Sr., 34, faces one count of delivery of hydrocodone. Deputies said he was selling the drugs in the West Pike Street area of Clarksburg. He is in the North Central Regional Jail with a $25,000 bond.
Philip Cann II, 22, is charged with one count of delivery of hydrocodone. Deputies allege he was operating in the Anmoore area. He is lodged in the North Central Regional Jail. His bond is set at $25,000.
Mildred Delrio is charged with two counts of hydrocodone. The 53-year-old mother of Cann was also believed to sell the drug in Anmoore. She is behind bars at the North Central Regional Jail with a $50,000 bond.
Joshua Nicholson, 31, is charged with one count of delivery of Subutex. Deputies said he was selling this drug in the Meadowbrook area. Nicholson was able to post a $25,000 bond.
The Lumberport and Nutter Fort police departments, as well as patrol deputies, helped with these arrests.
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