WAYNE COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A man and woman from Wayne County are in jail on multiple drug charges following a raid at their home.
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office Drug Enforcement Unit arrested Karen Webb, 31, and Steven Horn, 31, on Saturday.
Investigators with the DEU says the pair was arrested after officers made four controlled buys over a four-month period at the home along U.S. 52 near Tolsia High School.
The DEU says the buys included oxycodone and suboxone.
Inside the home, investigators say they found multiple oxycodone pills, suboxone, $7,474 in cash, digital scales, cell phones, and multiple cartons of cigarettes.
The Sheriff’s Office says one of the suspects told deputies they took the cigarettes in trade for drugs. They said that people would buy them with food stamps cards from both Kentucky and W.Va.
Webb is charged with four counts of delivery of a controlled substance, seven counts of possession with intent to deliver, and one count of conspiracy.
Horn is charged with one count of aiding and abetting the delivery of a controlled substance), one count of conspiracy, and seven counts of possession with intent to deliver.
Both remain in the Western Regional Jail.
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