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Drug sting nets six

October 27, 2000

Drug sting nets six



By RICHARD F. BELISLE / Staff Writer


CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - Charles Town police announced the arrests of six drug suspects Friday, culminating a month-long undercover investigation, said Chief Michael Aldrich.

Five of the six are being held on bonds as high as $50,000. A sixth suspect was arrested by police in Purcellville, Va., at the request of Charles Town police and was being held in Virginia pending extradition to West Virginia, Aldrich said.

He said more arrests are expected, including a girl who is a month shy of her 18th birthday. The investigation is continuing, he said.

Charged were:

Denise Dominguez, 29, of Box 2872, Martinsburg, W.Va. - accessory before the fact of distributing cocaine.

Larry Allen Williams, 41, of 306 West Washington St., Charles Town - distribution of crack cocaine.

Robert Wilt, 30, Route 1, Charles Town - possession of cocaine with intent to deliver. An ounce of cocaine and $934 in cash was found on Wilt at the time of his arrest, Aldrich said.

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Janet Lorraine Wilt, 35, Box 322, Charles Town, Robert Wilt's wife - possession of cocaine with intent to deliver, possession of marijuana and possession of nine cartons of unstamped cigarettes.

Michael Todd Augustus, 29, of Box 146, Inwood, W.Va, - possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana.

The name of the suspect arrested in Purcellville was not available.

"We made numerous buys, then did the roundup," Aldrich said.

Cpl. Steven Harris led the investigation.

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