GILBERT, W.Va. – Members of the U.S. 119 Drug Task Force in conjunction with the West Virginia State Police (WVSP) Williamson Detachment executed a warrant at the residence of Gary Wayne and Tammy Toler in Gilbert, W.Va. on Thursday, July 14.
According to the criminal complaint filed in Mingo County Magistrate Court, the warrants was issued based on evidence and information obtained by an undercover informant on several occasions.
During the execution of the warrant officers discovered approximately $2,822.00 in cash, 11 Oxymorphone 40mg and 63 Diazepam 10mg pills. Oxymorphone is a Schedule II controlled substance, while Diazepam is a schedule IV controlled substance.
The pills and the majority of cash were discovered in the purse of Tammy Lynn Toler.
Due to this investigation and the results of the search warrant, it is believed the accused Gary Wayne Toler and Tammy Lynn Toler, did conspire to both possess and deliver controlled substances from their residence.
Gary Wayne Toler, 52 was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance, Tammy Lynn Toler, 47 were charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance and Conspiracy.
Victoria Michelle Martin, 45 of Justice, W.Va. who was at the residence at the time was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance. According to the criminal complaint, against Martin, upon arrival and upon approaching the house, officers observed the accused, pull into the driveway of the aforementioned residence. As officers approached Martin, she was observed retrieving cash from her purse. Due to the nature of the investigation of Gary Wayne Toler for Delivery of Controlled Substances, officers suspected Martin had arrived at that location to purchase controlled substances. During questioning as to why she was at the residence, Martin advised she had come to rent a lawn mower from Toler, however; it was discovered Toler did not have a working lawn mower at the residence. Additionally, Martin advised she knew Toler very well, however; Toler advised he had no knowledge of the accused. A subsequent search of the purse of Martin resulted in the discovery of one Clonazepam a Schedule IV controlled substance.
All three were booked in the Southwestern Regional Jail by Trooper First Class J.K. Harris.
Kendra Mahon is a reporter for the Williamson Daily News. She can be reached at [email protected] or 304-235-4242 ext 2278.