Six arrested on drug conspiracy charges in Mingo

Top row: Paul Sammons, Eva Bartram and Brad Lackey. Bottom row: Rodney Scott Justice, Rodney Keith Justice and Misty Dawn Justice. Top row: Paul Sammons, Eva Bartram and Brad Lackey. Bottom row: Rodney Scott Justice, Rodney Keith Justice and Misty Dawn Justice.
Top row: Paul Sammons, Eva Bartram and Brad Lackey. Bottom row: Rodney Scott Justice, Rodney Keith Justice and Misty Dawn Justice.
Top row: Paul Sammons, Eva Bartram and Brad Lackey. Bottom row: Rodney Scott Justice, Rodney Keith Justice and Misty Dawn Justice.

WILLIAMSON, W.Va. — Over a two-day span this week, the Mingo County Sheriff’s Office arrested six people on drug conspiracy charges.

On Wednesday, Sheriff Joe Smith and Lt. Glenn Messer arrested Paul Sammons, Eva Bartram and Brad Lackey in Lenore. They are charged with conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance and possession with intent to deliver.

During the arrests, officers seized drugs, drug paraphernalia, scales and cash.

The following day, Sheriff Smith, Chief Field Deputy Allen Mounts and deputies raided a home at Double Camp, where they seized drugs, paraphernalia, scales, cash and what appears to be business records.

Arrested were Rodney Scott Justice, Rodney Keith Justice and Misty Dawn Justice. They are each charged with possession of meth and heroin with the intent to deliver and conspiracy to deliver. 

All six are currently being held in the Southwestern Regional Jail, in Holden.