FOUNTAIN - A Keyser man involved in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Route 46 has been charged with possession of drugs.

FOUNTAIN - A Keyser man involved in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Route 46 has been charged with possession of drugs.
According to the West Virginia State Police,  34-year-old Joshua Dye of Keyser was placed under arrest Tuesday for possession with intent to deliver a controlled dangerous substance (CDS).
 Police initially responded to a report of a two vehicle crash along Route 46 near Susan Fleek Road. Prior to arrival, Dye had attempted to leave the scene on foot but was  encountered by neighbors and then by the police when they arrived.
Dye was found to have in his possession several narcotics and a loaded firearm, which lead to his arrest.
Also involved in the crash were Wendell and Lisa Miller (age 59 and 51, respectively) both of Keyser. 
Both the Fort Ashby and Fountain fire department responded to the scene, along with their ambulances, to transport the Millers to the Western Maryland Health System. Mrs. Miller remained hospitalized Thursday.
The traffic investigation indicated Dye crossed the center line and struck the Millers’ truck, forcing it to roll over an embankment and leaving Mrs. Miller initially entrapped. 
Additional charges are pending including, but not limited to, DUI causing injury, driving left of center, and driving while revoked for DUI.
Dye is currently incarcerated in the Potomac Highlands Regional Jail in lieu of a $15,000 bond.