KEYSER- Keyser City Police were called out to a local convenience store for a possible overdose on Saturday, Jan. 6, at 8:10 p.m., and wound up arresting a Keyser woman on a warrant for a probation violation.

By Barbara High
bhigh@newstribune.info
Tribune Staff Writer
KEYSER- Keyser City Police were called out to a local convenience store for a possible overdose on Saturday, Jan. 6, at 8:10 p.m., and wound up arresting a Keyser woman on a warrant for a probation violation.
According to a spokesperson for the Keyser Police Department, upon arrival at the 7-11 at the corner of Mineral and West Piedmont streets, officers said they found a female lying on the floor, unresponsive. Keyser EMS personnel responded and administered Narcan and were able to revive 27-year-old Amanda Dawn Robey of Keyser.
 After a routine check showed Robey had a warrant for her arrest for a probation violation in Mineral County. She was taken into custody and processed and transported to Potomac Highland Regional Jail.
Police also answered a call for an individual in Martin’s parking lot sitting in a vehicle for a long period of time. Police responded to check on the individual and found 24-year-old Jordan Micah Lannon, of Keyser.
 Lannon was charged for first offense DUI and misdemeanor possession. He was transported for processing and was cited and released.