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Almost 150 charges after alleged meth bust

Updated: Tuesday, June 24 2014, 11:18 AM EDT

TYLER COUNTY, W.Va.-A major meth bust in Tyler County resulted in 16 arrests and almost 150 charges, police said.

The investigation involved the Tyler County Sheriff's Department and West Virginia State Police and lasted more than a year and a half.

The grand jury indictments for October 2012 until September 2013 are as follows:

-Benjamin Davis, 40, Middlebourne

-Jeremy Keller, 35, Middlebourne

-Ryen Archer, 22, Middlebourne

-Marc Baker, 30, Middlebourne

-Christina Boor, 44, Middlebourne

-Shelly Davis, 43, Middlebourne

-Dakota Folger, 18, Middlebourne

-Tracy Keller, 46, Middlebourne

-Brock McMahon, 23, Paden City

-Stephen Sheperd, 52,Middlebourne

-Shirl Baker, 34, Sistersville

The grand jury indictments for October 2013 until February 2014 are as follows:

-Shirl Baker, 34, Sistersville

-Brandy Goding, 33, Sistersville

-Joshua (Lloyd) Smith, 29, Sistersville

-Kristin Cross, 21, Sistersville

-William Wells, II, 24, Sistersville

-Amanda Long, 29, New Martinsville

Some of the charges include conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, operating a clandestine drug lab, exposure of children to methamphetamine and possession of meth making materials.

Deputies said most the people involved are related; or in a relationship and some have children together.

Officers said the busts were two separate operations at two homes in Middlebourne and right outside of Middlebourne.

Most of the people involved in the busts have bonded out of jail, but will appear back in court July 3.

Almost 150 charges after alleged meth bust

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