Mother and son plead guilty to dealing drugs in Lewisburg


 A drug investigation that links West Virginia and Tennessee ended with a pair of guilty pleas in federal court on Wednesday, May 13, 2015.  According to a release from the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of West Virginia, Tricia Arbaugh, 43, and Jeffrey McCallister, 24, both of Murfreesboro, TN went before Judge Irene Berger.  

Arbaugh pleaded guilty to bringing oxycodone and oxymorphone from Tennessee to be sold in Lewisburg.  McCallister pleaded guilty to two charges of using a telephone to set up drug deals.  Arbaugh could serve up to five years in prison and faces a $250,000 fine.  McCallister could serve up to eight years in prison and faces a $500,000 fine.  The two are scheduled to be sentenced on Aug. 26, 2015.

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