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WV State Police arrest five in Charleston meth bust

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Earl Myers Earl Myers
Ruby Myers Ruby Myers
Jonathan Harris Jonathan Harris
Tina Belcher Tina Belcher
Angela Justice Angela Justice
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A investigation led to the arrest of five people on meth charges after midnight Saturday morning.

A Turnpike Commission officer signaled a car, being driven by Earl Myers, to stop. Police continued to pursue when Myers fled.

When officers went to Myers' home to serve a warrant, they found meth making materials at the residence and several arrests were made.

Police arrested Earl Myers, Ruby Myers, Jonathan Harris, Tina Belcher, and Angela Justice.

Earl Myers, 32, was charged with reckless driving, fleeing, receiving and transferring of stolen property, driving with a revoked license, DUI, obstruction of police, and defective equipment.

Ruby Myers, 49, was charged with conspiracy to commit a felony, possession of meth, and receiving and transferring of stolen property. 

Jonathan Harris, 30, and Tina Belcher, 25, were both charged with operating a drug lab, conspiracy to commit a felony, possession of meth, and transfer/receiving of stolen property.

Angela Justice, 38, was charged with purchase/possession of meth and drug paraphernalia.

They were taken to South Central Regional Jail.