Two local men were arrested on various drug and weapons charges following a search warrant Saturday night.
According to WTAP, the Washington County sheriffs and the Major Crimes Task Force searched 53-year-old Kevin Bradshaw’s home on Stanley Mills Road where they found crack pipes and illegal prescription pills. He was arrested on felony charges of tampering with drugs, as well as crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia possession.
Also at Bradshaw’s home was 23-year-old Rodrick Pettis, of Marietta. Pettis was in possession of a loaded handgun believed to be stolen from a Parkersburg home last July. Pettis has a previous conviction in crack cocaine trafficking and now faces a weapons under disability charge.
Both Bradshaw and Pettis are being held in jail until their initial court hearing, set for today.