The Marion County Sheriff's Department has arrested a Wisconsin man on drug charges.
Chief Deputy Ralph Wright said Franklin Jones, 40, had people bringing him cocaine from Mississippi which he would then resell.
Chief Wright said Jones was working out of Marion County on a pipe line and realized there was a demand for cocaine.
Jones then called his sources back in Mississippi who then brought the drugs to Marion County, according to deputies.
Jones would sell the cocaine out of Jacquelin Ganaway's residence in Fairmont.
Deputies set up a controlled buy on Wednesday where they made their arrest.
Jones is charged with possession with intent to deliver cocaine and is being held in the North Central Regional Jail on $50,000 bond.
Ganaway has been charged with conspiracy to commit a felony.
Chief Wright said the investigation is ongoing and more arrests are pending.