FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office says three West Virginia residents have been arrested on drug charges after deputies pulled their vehicle over during a traffic stop.

Twenty-six-year-old Chad Lewis, 44-year-old Joletta Rebovich and 35-year-old Celesta Jamison, all of Keyser, W.Va., are charged with possession of heroin. Lewis is also charged with possession of cocaine.

Deputies tell the News-Post of Frederick that the trio’s car was pulled over Saturday for lack of working rear tag lights. After a drug-sniffing dog alerted on the car, deputies say they found heroin and cocaine.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

Comments (2)
  1. redneck from wva says:

    Just a couple of rednecks trying to make a living.

  2. bob says:

    Ya, drug dogs do not “alert” to the smell of drugs, drug dogs are trained animals that “alert” when their handler wants them to. You still need probable cause to search and seize pigs….for a little while longer i hope

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