LOGAN COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A Logan County woman is facing charges, after investigators say she sold crack cocaine on four separate occasions.
Jennifer Baisden, 47, was arrested Monday after months of investigating by the Logan County Sheriff's Department and U.S. Route 119 Drug Task Force.
Baisden has been charged with four counts of delivery of crack cocaine. She was arraigned in Logan County Magistrate Court. The arrest is part of an ongoing investigation.
"There's other people involved," said Chief Deputy M.A. Mayes of the Logan County Sheriff's Department. "Typically, all narcotics and drugs are related some way or another. Everybody's tied together. So it's part of a bigger investigation."
Baisden is a former teacher at Chapmanville Regional High School. School board officials say she has not been employed there for several years.