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Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force
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Brian Bean, of the ...
Brian Bean, of the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force and West Virginia State Police, in his major cases, has seized one quarter kilo of cocaine, transported from out of the country, resulting in $48,000 in cash and four vehicles; seized 104 grams of heroin, with a street value of more than $25,000, from a local dealer who had ties to Philadelphia and was able to be flipped to help make undercover buys in Pennsylvania; intercepted 25 pounds of marijuana worth $25,000 shipped through the Postal Service from Arizona to an Inwood residence; and has investigated at least five separate grow operations over the past year resulting in the recovery of more than 100 plants in each respective grow.
has this innate ability to coerce people to talk and confess to him," Sgt.
Brian Bean of the ...
Brian Bean of the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force of the West Virginia State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigations during the first controlled buy.
Brian Bean of the ...
Brian Bean of the Eastern Panhandle Drug & Violent Crime Task Force said the arrests included two residents of Hampshire County and two people who reside in Morgan County.
He declined to name any of the defendants pending further investigation.
The investigation, dubbed "Gerbille Glissante," reportedly focused on several individuals who were allegedly distributing Oxycodone and Suboxone in all three counties, Bean
The investigation began following last month's arrest of a Paw Paw woman for allegedly smuggling prescription drugs into the Eastern Regional Jail, Bean
Brian Bean, of the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force both testified during the hearing.
later said that Stephen Fielder declined to take a polygraph examination when two troopers were sent to his home to interview him about his ex-wife.
didn't have any and he
had never bought any," Bean
Video surveillance camera footage obtained by Bean
from the Wal-Mart store in Martinsburg showed Fielder purchasing the luggage that his
ex-wife's body parts were found in, as well as the weights that had been placed in the suitcases.The UPC codes on the items matched those recovered from Back Creek.Bean
showed several clips of Fielder buying the items on Aug. 14 in Martinsburg.
said the man gave it to a family in Inwood, who later called police and turned it over.
One route there would lead him directly past where the victim's body was recovered, according to Bean
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Brian Bean of the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force that Debra had moved to North Carolina.
said Fielder often took camping trips in the Sleepy Creek area, where one route would take him past the area his ex-wife's body was found.