MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Two people were charged Friday in connection with a controlled purchase of crack cocaine in the north end of Martinsburg, and weapons and drug paraphernalia were seized in a separate incident Friday, according to the Martinsburg Police Department.
Marcus Gerard McCrary, aka Pretty, 32, of 1906 Leonard Ave. in High Point, N.C., was charged with delivery of a controlled substance - crack cocaine, police said.
Deborah Colleen Washington, of no fixed address in Martinsburg, was charged with conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance - crack cocaine - and possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance - crack cocaine, police said.
Both the controlled buy and the search warrant were part of an ongoing drug investigation, police said.
Approximately 1 to 11/2 grams of crack cocaine were bought from two people, according to a police news release.
After the controlled buy, the suspects' pickup truck was stopped in the 400 block of East Burke Street and they were arrested, police said. Police then found approximately 3 grams of crack cocaine on Washington, police said.