The following criminal complaints have been filed in the Tucker County Magistrate office:
Jason William Hebb, Elkins, was charged with one felony count Possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver (meth) (heroin). The complaint states that on Wednesday, Jan. 27 at approximately 4:20 p.m. Sheriff Jacob “Jake” Kopec was traveling south on US219 in Parsons when he observed a gray four door Nissan traveling north with a cracked windshield. He pulled the vehicle over on Walnut St for the violation. During the process of the vehicle pulling over the driver of the vehicle took an extended amount of time to get pulled over and even pulled over once and then took back off and pulled over at another spot. Kopec approached the vehicle and identified the driver by his name and date of birth. The driver’s name was Jason William Hebb. Kopec observed the accused to be nervous in his movements and kept looking around. He informed Sheriff Kopec that he had no license. Kopec ran the license plate check on the vehicle and it came back to a 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser. Therefore, being improperly registered. The inspection on the vehicle was also belonging to a Subaru car therefore it was improper as well. There was no insurance on the vehicle either. A check on the accused license history indicated that Hebb’s license is suspended for multiple unpaid citations. While running the license check through 911 it was found that the accused is wanted for felony possession with intent to deliver out of Randolph County and felony Capias for failure to appear in Randolph County. While arresting the accused for the outstanding warrants a pat down search was conducted and a bag of white crystal-like substance believed to be meth was found in his pocket along with a pipe that is used for smoking meth. Also recovered from the accused person was a large sum of cash later counted out to be $3,437.00. Kopec asked the accused if there were any drugs in the vehicle and he allegedly stated yes. Kopec read the accused his Miranda Rights on scene. Tucker County Deputy B.T. Zirk (K-9 Officer) arrived on scene and an air search around the vehicle was conducted. A positive indication by K-9 Gabor was established to give more probable cause for an illicit and illegal narcotic substance being in the vehicle. A search of the vehicle yielded one blue plastic bag containing a white crystal like substance believed to be meth, one clear bag of a white powdery substance believed to be heroin, one bag of a green vegetation like substance believed to be marijuana, one clear bag containing six 30mg Oxycodone pills, two empty blue plastic see through bags and two orange see through bags. Also found in the vehicle were five cell phones. All items were seized and logged into evidence. The cash recovered from the accused was mostly in twenty-dollar bills and a $2,340.00 portion of the cash was allegedly wrapped in multiple rubber bands indicative of the way in which cash is wrapped in the drug trade. Again $3,437.00 in cash was on the person of the accused and in questioning Hebb he stated he had no job or way of making money and would not state whose house he was coming from. Hebb informed Kopec he was coming from a friend’s house. Due to the evidence on scene, Hebb was arrested additionally for Possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance. All individuals are innocent until proven otherwise in a court of law,
Kimberly Ann Kennard, Davis, was charged with one count of Unlawful taking of vehicle. According to the complaint, on Sunday, Jan. 5 at approximately 12:30 a.m. Cpl. B.T. Zirk, of the Tucker County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) was dispatched by Tucker County Communications (911) to 575 Doe Alley in Davis for a complaint. He responded and arrived at the reported location (residence of the victim) and spoke with David Alan Kennard. Kennard provided Zirk with a hand written and signed statement. Kennard stated he got up Monday, Dec 30, 2019 around 9:30 a.m. and looked out the door noticing the car was gone. He stated he went back to the bedroom and looked on his night stand where he keeps his keys and they were gone along with his Lowes credit card that he keeps on the headboard of his bed. When he asked who took them he stated that his daughter, Kim Kennard (suspect) allegedly took them. He stated she was staying at his residence Sunday night Dec. 29, 2019 and she was gone when he got up. He stated that was another girl with the suspect but he did not know her name. He further stated his pother daughter (Jennifer Kennard) contacted the suspect on Messenger on Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2019 and on Friday, Jan. 3, 2020 and told the suspect to bring the vehicle back to which the suspect stated she would. Mr. Kennard stated he did not give the suspect permission to take the car. He further stated the car is a 2012 Chrysler 300, solid white with black interior and is registered in his name only. On Saturday, Jan. 11 Cpl. Zirk spoke with Jennifer Kennard who provided him with two photos of messages between her and the suspect. These messages show the suspect stating on Jan. 3, “I’ll have it back 2night” and another message stating she has the car and will bring it back to him. All individuals are innocent until proven otherwise in a court of law.