Two people from Harrison County arrested for several felonies after incident in Bridgeport

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. (WDTV) -- Two people from Harrison County have been charged in connection to a break-in and arson that happened Thursday morning.

According to the Bridgeport Police Department, officers responded to a business on Johnson Avenue Thursday afternoon after it was reported that a man and woman were disrupting people inside and refusing to leave.

By the time police arrived, the two had left. They were found by officers soon after and, after the suspects gave fake identifications, were identified as 26-year-old Cheyene Ayoob, of Clarksburg, and 27-year-old Derrick Harbert of Stonewood. Both were wanted on capias warrants.

Police say Ayoob and Harbert are also soon connected to a break-in that happened at a nearby outbuilding, where they set fire to the items inside.

Both have been charged with entering without breaking into a building other than a dwelling and 4th-degree arson. Ayoob is also charged with obstructing an officer, and Harbert is charged with false evidences, forgery, etc., of title and registration.