2 arrested after police say they found drugs and pistol during traffic stop

Alexander Mayle and Alyssa Losh were arrested after police say they found drugs, pistol and materials used to sell drugs during a traffic stop Friday. (Picture Credit: North Central Regional Jail)
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HARRISON COUNTY, W.Va. (WDTV)-- UPDATE 10/21/19 @ 3:40 p.m.
Two people were arrested after police say they found drugs, pistol and materials used to sell drugs during a traffic stop Friday.

According to the criminal complaint, police pulled over a car after it went over a double yellow line on route 20. near Haymond Highway.

Police say the driver, Alexander Mayle had a revoked driver's license through West Virginia. The passenger gave them a different name but was later identified as Alyssa Losh.

Deputies came with the K-9 unit to do a free air sniff of the car, according to the complaint. The dog gave a positive alert.

Police searched the car and found about 29 grams of methamphetamine, over 11 grams of heroin, two glass viles containing heroin, over $1,600 in cash, a loaded Taurus .380 pistol, plastic baggies and a digital scale.

Losh claimed ownership of the drugs, according to police.

Mayle had a white Puma fanny pack on the back of the driver seat that had plastic baggies and a package of Theraflu, according to the complaint. The cash was also located on Mayle's side of the car.

Losh has been charged with possession with intent to deliver.

Mayle has been charged with possession with intent to deliver and conspiracy.



ORIGINAL STORY
A Lumberport woman was arrested after police say they found drugs, a loaded pistol and materials used to sell drugs during a traffic stop Friday.

According to the criminal complaint, police pulled over a car after it went over a double yellow line on route 20. near Haymond Highway.

Police say the driver had a revoked driver's license through West Virginia. The passenger gave them a different name but was later identified as Alyssa Losh.

Deputies came with the K-9 unit to do a free air sniff of the car, according to the complaint. The dog gave a positive alert.

Police searched the car and found about 29 grams of methamphetamine, over 11 grams of heroin, two glass viles containing heroin, over $1,600 in cash, a loaded Taurus .380 pistol, plastic baggies and a digital scale.

Losh claimed ownership of the drugs, according to police.

Losh has been charged with possession with intent to deliver. She is being held at North Central Regional Jail with bail set at $25,000.