Undercover police arrest four in Town Center Mall sting
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- An undercover police operation at the Charleston Town Center Mall on Thursday led to four arrests, Charleston police said.
Detectives and patrol officers for the Charleston Police Department set up the undercover operation in response to reports of cellphone thefts and drug activity at the mall, according to police spokesman Sgt. Tony Hazelett.
During the operation, Hazelett said Martez Armond Griffin, 21, of Charleston and Adam Joseph Breslin, 19, of Charleston tried to sell marijuana to undercover officers. Both were arrested and charged with distribution of marijuana.
Hazelett said Adam David Hunter, 23, of Charleston, was picked up on municipal court warrants, and Darrius Robbins, 19, of Charleston, was charged with possession of narcotics and obstructing an officer.
Breslin was being held without bond Friday at the South Central Regional Jail. Griffin was in the jail, with bond set at $3,000. Robbins was also at the jail, with bond set at $5,000.