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Heroin found during W.Va. traffic stop

April 30, 2013

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Police seized more than 87 grams of heroin from a vehicle that was stopped early Sunday for speeding on Interstate 81 near the Spring Mills exit, according to Berkeley County Magistrate Court documents.

Andre Lashun Hill, 30, and Herman Eugene Boddy Jr., 26, both of Memphis, Tenn., were being held in Eastern Regional Jail on Monday night on $250,000 bonds set by Magistrate Betty Jo Hersh, according to court and jail records.

Both were men were charged with single counts of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, possession with intent to transport a controlled substance into the state and conspiracy, according to court documents.

The heroin and a digital scale were found in a backpack in a maroon Grand Prix that Berkeley County Sheriff’s Deputy P.D. Ware stopped after radar revealed the vehicle was traveling 77 mph in a 55 mph construction zone in the vicinity of Exit 23 of I-81, according to court documents.

The heroin, which weighed 87.7 grams, was contained in six packs of 300 strips with a white powder inside each one, according to court documents.

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