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US Attorney: Eight Jefferson County Residents Face Drug Charges
MARTINSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA – Eight people are facing multiple drug charges after a federal Grand Jury handed down a drug trafficking indictment on July 21, 2021. Acting United States Attorney Randolph J. Bernard announced those eight Jefferson County residents are facing charges involving a drug ...[read more]

West Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. residents indicted on firearms and drug trafficking charges
MARTINSBURG, WVa — The US Attorney’s office says nine out of a dozen people facing multiple firearms and drug charges are from the Eastern Panhandle. A federal Grand Jury handed down the firearms and drug trafficking indictment on July 21, 2021 according to acting United States Attorney Randolph ...[read more]

US Attorney: 34 indicted for expansive drug trafficking operation
MARTINSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA – Arrests were made this week after 34 people were indicted on July 20 for a drug trafficking conspiracy that spans several states, Acting United States Attorney Randolph J. Bernard announced. The 30-count indictment charges 34 people from West Virginia, Maryland, Penns...[read more]

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Manchin, Capito discuss bipartisan infrastructure deal as US Senate continues work
The Senate on Wednesday voted 67-32 to move forward with the plan, in which 17 Republicans joined Democrats The post Manchin, Capito discuss bipartisan infrastructure deal as US Senate continues work appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

WVSU men’s basketball to compete in first Chris Paul HBCU Invitational
Veteran Yellow Jackets' coach Bryan Poore looking forward to four-team event at Mohegan Sun. The post WVSU men’s basketball to compete in first Chris Paul HBCU Invitational appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Congress passes bill reimbursing National Guard for post-Jan. 6 duties
West Virginia adjutant general says he's now confident the Guard can go ahead with August training exercises as planned. The post Congress passes bill reimbursing National Guard for post-Jan. 6 duties appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]