The Harrison County Sheriff's Department has made another arrest in connection with six drug arrests made earlier this week.
The sheriff's department said Damien T. Jones, 22, has turned herself in. Deputies said she was connected with Jeffries in her dealings out of Stonewood.
Jones faces two counts each of delivery of oxycodone and conspiracy to deliver oxycodone, and one count each of possession with intent to deliver marijuana and conspiracy to deliver marijuana.
She was released from jail on $70,000 bond.
On Tuesday, the Harrison County Sheriff's Department arrested six people on drug charges.
Its Street Crimes and Drug (SCAD) unit arrested John Jones III, 26, and charged him with delivery of Oxycontin, delivery of Xanax, and delivery of Hydrocodone. Jones also faces misdemeanor charges after deputies found Oxycodone and 15 grams of marijuana in his possession.
Chief Deputy Steve Johnson said Jones was selling the prescription drugs in the Nutter Fort area. Jones was released from jail after posting a $32,000 bond.
James Jeffries, 20, is charged with two counts of delivery of a controlled substance (Oxycodone), possession with intent to deliver marijuana, and conspiracy to deliver marijuana. Jeffries was selling out of the Stonewood/Clarksburg area, according to Chief Deputy Johnson. Jeffries is in the North Central Regional Jail with bail set at $60,000.
SCAD officials also arrested Shawn Aley, Sr.,34, on one charge of delivery of hydrocodone. Aley sold the prescription drugs on West Pike Street in Clarksburg, according to Chief Deputy Johnson. Aley is in the North Central Regional Jail with bail set at $25,000.
Philip Cann II face charges of delivery of hydrocodone in the Anmoore area. His mother, Mildred Delrio, faces two counts of the same charge. They are in the North Central Regional Jail with bail set at $25,000 and $50,000, respectively.
Joshua Nicholson, 31, was charged with delivery of Subutex, stemming from activity in the Meadowbrook area. He appeared in court in front of Magistrate Tammy Marple and was released from jail after posting a $25,000 bond.
Chief Deputy Johnson said police from Lumberport and Nutter Fort assisted in the arrests, as well as the sheriff's department Road Patrol unit.