WAYNE COUNTY, WV (WOWK) – A man is facing multiple charges after a brief chase in Wayne County.
The Wayne County Sheriff Drug Enforcement Unit and Road Patrol tried to stop a drug suspect in Fort Gay, when the suspect took off on a dirt bike.
According to Sheriff Rick Thompson, after a short pursuit, the suspect lost control and crashed in the Mill Creek area.
The suspect, Randy Frisby, then ran off, but was quickly apprehended. While running, deputies say Frisby threw a back pack that was later recovered.
The back pack contained a distribution quantity of Crystal Methamphetamine, scales, US Currency, packaging materials, cutting agent, Marijuana, and a hand gun.
Frisby is charged with Fleeing in a vehicle, fleeing on foot, (2) Counts of Possession with Intent to Deliver, and Pseudoephedrine Altered.
Frisby is a convicted felon and prohibited from possessing a firearm.
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