BOONE COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Nearly a dozen people have been arrested after a warrant sweep in Boone County.
A spokesperson with the West Virginia State Police tells WSAZ.com they arrested 11 of the 12 people they were looking for. They were wanted for anything from burglary and grand larceny to drug charges.
During Tuesday's sweep, troopers say they found more than $2,000 worth of stolen equipment from a Boone County mine. Police say James A. Castle is charged with Grand Larceny due to that incident.
According to a news release, the following people were arrested during the sweep.
Rodney A. Rhodes - five counts of Delivery of Controlled Substance
Ronnie A. Mayhorn - Delivery of Controlled Substance
Basil Osborne - Delivery of Controlled Substance
Bobby Smith Jr. - Grand Larceny, two counts of Conspiracy, two counts of Burglary
Tommy Holstein - Delivery of Controlled Substance, Receiving/Tranfer Stolen Property
Dakotra S. Santonio - Burglary
David N. Green - GL, two counts of Burglary, two counts of Conspiracy
Jesse L. Osborne - Receiving/Transferring Stolen Property
Leon E. Zehe - Receiving/Transferring Stolen Property
James A. Castle - five counts of Delivery of Controlled Substance, Grand Larceny
Brittany A. Miller - Transferring/Receiving Stolen Property
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