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Harrison County Drug Task Force arrests four

by Paul Darst

STAFF WRITER

A four-month drug investigation resulted in four arrests Thursday, according to court records and police.

Members of the Harrison County Drug Task Force served nine warrants to the four, police said.

Officers arrested Kenneth Lemasters, 640 S. Seventh St., Clarksburg, on two counts of possession/delivery of marijuana. He was held on $15,000 bond.

Phyllis J. Corcoran, 234 W. Main St., Salem, was charged with two counts of possession/delivery of marijuana and the prescription pain killer Demerol. She was held on $10,000 bond.

Mark Workun, also of 234 W. Main St., Salem, was charged with three counts of possession/delivery of marijuana and one count of possession/delivery of Demerol. He was held on $10,000 bond.

Nancy Jackson, 1801 N. 18th St., Clarksburg, was arrested on one count of delivery of marijuana. Her bond was not immediately available.

All were held in the Harrison County Correctional Center.

Police said they have two more warrants to serve.

Police began buying drugs undercover in March and April, officers said. Although it was not planned, all the purchases took place near schools, according to police.

Corcoran, Workun and Jackson allegedly sold drugs to officers within 1,000 feet of schools. Lemasters allegedly sold drugs in the area of a school.

Police said when they searched Lemasters' home, they found more marijuana and a weapon.

The Clarksburg and Salem police departments and the Harrison County Sheriff's Department were part of the investigation.

Staff writer Paul Darst can be reached at 626-1404.

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