Last updated: March 06. 2014 5:56AM - 1734 Views
By Debbie Rolen drolen@civitasmedia.com



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In August of 2013, A West Virginia State Police (WVSP) officer answered a call a domestic situation in the community of Kistler and ended up recently executing warrants to arrest the family for cultivation of marijuana.


The original criminal complaint filed in the Magistrate Court of Logan County says once The WVSP officer arrived at the residence, the caller who had reported the domestic situation advised him she did not want to do anything about it and everything was okay.


The officer saw marijuana plants at the residence and asked who was growing them. The complaint says Tommy M. Arthur, 55, of Kistler, told the officer he didn’t know who was growing the plants. He also told the officer he, his wife Lisa, 45, and son David, 29, all lived in the residence.


All three family members were arrested and each faces charges of cultivation of marijuana and conspiracy. Each had bond set at $5,000.

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