Trio Held In Western Regional Jail Pending Bond
Three Kanawha County residents accused of felony drug charges, in Putnam County, are sitting in jail.
Anthony David Atkins, 36, of St. Albans, was busted February 15th, 2012 by Trooper R.A. Phillips and Corporal Hammontree.
According to jail records, Atkins is charged with:
He also is being held on a Capias out of Cabell County, jail records state.
The arrests took place at the Teays Valley Red Roof Inn.
Phillips reports finding pills, methamphetamine, materials to make methamphetamine, and a digital scale, according to a criminal complaint filed in Putnam County Magistrate Court.
Atkins' nine-year-old daughter and mother were also in the room, Phillips states.
After their arrests, all three defendants were transported to the Western Regional Jail and Correctional Facility, in Barboursville. Officials booked and photographed them at 10:15 p.m., according to the jail's web site.
During a hearing, was set, for all three, at $50,000, by Putnam County Chief Magistrate Kylene Dunlap-Brown, jail records state.
Atkins' Magistrate Court case numbers are: 08F, 352, (Kanawha County) and 12F, 66-70, (Putnam County).
At the same time, Phillips arrested Bridgette Deann Atkins, 35, of St. Albans.
According to court records, she is charged with:
Atkins' Putnam County Magistrate Court case numbers are: 12F, 62-65.
Also arrested by Phillips is Susan Renee Downey, 27, of St. Albans.
According to jail records, she is charged with:
Downey's Putnam County Magistrate Court case numbers are: 12F, 58-61.
Publisher’s note: All defendants are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
A criminal complaint is a legal document that is usually filled out by a law enforcement officer presenting evidence to a judge or magistrate. The judicial official determines if the officer has provided enough evidence to issue a complaint or a warrant for a suspect arrest.
Mug shots are provided courtesy of the West Virginia Regional Jail Authority.
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