CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — A Clarksburg man has been charged after deputies mentioned they discovered a number of THC merchandise in his car, which he “admitted to promoting.”
On July 15, deputies with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Division noticed a black pickup truck flip east onto W.Va. Rt. 50 in Clarksburg “with a large radius, nearly leaving the doorway ramp pavement,” in accordance with a felony grievance.
At that time, deputies noticed the motive force, Jacob Ritter, 22, of Clarksburg, “weave and drift into the quick lane of the roadway,” at which level deputies initiated a site visitors cease, the grievance states.
After stopping Ritter, deputies had him carry out a sobriety take a look at, “through which he displayed quite a few and apparent indicators of impairment.” Nevertheless, his preliminary breath take a look at registered as .000, in accordance with the grievance.
Deputies then “detected an odor of marijuana coming from contained in the car which had been masked by the scent of cigarette smoke in the course of the preliminary cease,” and deputies mentioned they then carried out a possible trigger search of the car.
That search resulted in deputies discovering 25 THC vape cartridges, eight edible TCH merchandise, “a number of” baggage of marijuana, three containers of THC wax and a set of digital scales, in accordance with the grievance.
Ritter “admitted to promoting the assorted THC merchandise,” and when deputies carried out a search of his cell telephones, they “noticed quite a few messages on varied platforms indicating that Ritter is at the moment concerned within the sale of unlawful and managed substances,” deputies mentioned.
Ritter has been charged with possession with intent to ship a managed substance. He’s being held in North Central Regional Jail, with bail set at $5,000.