CUMBERLAND - A three-day criminal enforcement initiative conducted by the Allegany County Sheriff's Office in the Georges Creek area resulted in the arrest of six persons, including three from Mineral County.

For the News Tribune
CUMBERLAND - A three-day criminal enforcement initiative conducted by the Allegany County Sheriff’s Office in the Georges Creek area resulted in the arrest of six persons, including three from Mineral County.
According to the sheriff’s office, the focus of the initiative was to target the flow of drugs coming into the area.
As a result, 36 traffic stops were conducted, resulting in six drug investigations, two DUIs (driving under the influence of heroin) and one out-of-county arrest warrant being served.
The sheriff’s office will continue to run further initiatives in the upcoming weeks throughout various areas of Allegany County in an effort to stop the flow of narcotics coming into the county and to reduce the number of traffic-related crashes involving controlled dangerous substances.
The following persons were charged with various CDS-related criminal and traffic charges:
Justin Mathew Caple, Rawlings, Maryland: Driving vehicle while so far impaired by drugs that he cannot drive safely, driving while impaired by a controlled dangerous substance, driving vehicle in excess of reasonable speed, reckless driving, negligent driving, failure to drive right of center, driver failure to obey traffic control device.
Nathan Ray Fisher, Keyser: Driving vehicle while so far impaired by drugs that he cannot drive safely, driving while impaired by a controlled dangerous substance.
John Sue Strother, Cumberland: Possession of CDS and other related charges.
Dylan Miller, Piedmont: Possession of CDS and other related charges.
Jason Paul Kelly, Mount Storm: Possession of CDS and other related charges, also arrested on an outstanding warrant from Garrett County, Maryland.
Garret Patrick Smith, Keyser: Possession of CDS paraphernalia.