Saturday, December 24, 2016

Police: Traffic stop yields 2000 bags of heroin

Two men are facing trafficking charges after police in Chester said they found more than 2,000 bags of heroin during a routine traffic stop on Chester Road.    


  1. O well they can try again later. Santa's don't got a new bag this year.

  2. That sure sounds like a lot of drugs. Anyone have an idea of how many people in the area are using it?

  3. chuck gregory12/26/16, 5:28 PM

    Well, maybe we should have a bigger market? Big Pharma sold 800,000,000 oxycontin pills to West Virginia residents!

    They must have been wading ankle-deep in them in downtown Beckley.


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