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WELCH (WVVA) - Four more individuals have been arrested as part of an ongoing drug warrant roundup in McDowell County.

Arrested Thursday morning were:

  • Karen Sue Addair, 45, Welch - 3 counts of delivery of a schedule 3 controlled substance - Bond set at $45,000.
  • Jacob Moore, 32, War - 1 count of delivery of a schedule 1 controlled substance - Bond set at $25,000
  • Robert Lee Payne, 26, Bartley - 3 counts of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance - Bond set at $75,000.
  • James Edward Addair, 49, Welch - 3 counts of delivery of a schedule 3 controlled substance - Bond set at $45,000.

These arrests come in addition to seven arrests made in the county on Wednesday. Authorities say more are forthcoming.

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WELCH (WVVA) - A total of seven individuals were arrested in McDowell County Wednesday morning during a drug roundup, according to a news release from Sheriff Martin B. West.

The following individuals were arrested on drug-related violations during the warrant roundup:

  • Jerry Allen Blackwell, 38, Caretta - 3 counts of delivery of a controlled substance - Bond set at $75,000
  • Christina Hagerman, 46, Yukon - 2 counts of delivery of a schedule 3 controlled substance - Bond set at $30,000
  • Fredrick Stanley Keen, 60, Bartley - 1 count of delivery of a schedule 2 controlled substance - Bond set at $25,000
  • Preston Carl Keen, 47, War - 1 count of delivery of a schedule 2 controlled substance - Bond set at $25,000
  • David Lee Grose, 40, Berwind - 3 counts of delivery of a schedule 2 controlled substance, 1 count of conspiracy - Bond set at $80,000
  • Benny Wilson Jr., 25, Bradshaw - 1 count of delivery of a schedule 2 controlled substance, 1 count of conspiracy - Bond set at $30,000

In addition, Stuart Lee Baker, 36 of Raysal, was also arrested during the roundup and charged with one count of unlawful possession of a controlled substance. Baker has yet to be arraigned.

Police say more arrests are forthcoming.

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