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Five arrested as part of Harrison County SCAD undercover operation

The Harrison County Street Crimes and Drug Unit has arrested five people as part of an undercover operation.
 
Several controlled drug buys were conducted as part of the unit's initiative to identify and arrest those involved in drug activity.
 
According Chief Deputy Jeff McAtee, the arrests were made Wednesday as a result of the controlled buys. 
 
Brandon James Butler, age 27, of Haymond Highway in Clarksburg was charged with one count of delivery of heroin by the West Virginia State Police who signed a warrant for his arrest. 
 
While the SCAD Unit was arresting Butler on the State Police Warrant, SCAD agents found 27 additional stamps of heroin and the additional charge of possession with intent to distribute heroin was added. 
 
Butler is free on a $50,000 bond set by Harrison County Magistrate Keith Marple.
 
Patricia Ann Fitzwater of Murphy's Run Road in Summit Park was charged with one count of delivery of Hydrocodone and one count of conspiracy to deliver Hydrocodone. 
 
She is free on a $50,000 bond set by Harrison County Magistrate Keith Marple.
 
Pamela Sue King, also of Murphy's Run Road in Summit Park was charged with one count of conspiracy to deliver hydrocodone. 
 
At the time of her arrest, she was already on probation for a prior drug offense and as a result, a "probation hold" was placed on King.
 
She is currently being held in the North Central Regional Jail and her bond was set at $25,000.00 by Harrison County Magistrate Keith Marple. 
 
Dustin Ours, 24, of High St. in Clarksburg was charged with two counts of delivery of heroin and two counts of conspiracy to deliver heroin. 
 
He was arrested after magistrate hours and is being held in the North Central Regional Jail awaiting his arraignment.
 
Billy "Pocket" Owens, 47, of Clay St. in Clarksburg was charged with two counts of delivery of cocaine. 
 
He was unable to post his $50,000 bond and is currently being held in the North Central Regional Jail.
 
All charges related to these arrests are felonies.