Three people charged with drug offenses

PARKERSBURG – Three people were charged with drug offenses Sunday at a Parkersburg residence, officials said.

Sgt. Greg Collins of the Parkersburg Police Department issued the following release late Sunday night:

Around 6:45 p.m. this evening, investigators with the West

Virginia State Police, Wood County Sheriff’s Office,

Parkersburg Narcotics Task Force and Parkersburg

Police Department executed a search warrant at 49 Lantana

Lane in south Parkersburg. The search warrant was obtained

by Trooper C.S. Jackson.

Once the residence was secured by officers, two people

inside were found to have active felony warrants. Further

inspection of the home also revealed a methamphetamine lab

in a bedroom. Remnants of yet another methamphetamine lab

were also discovered during a search of an outbuilding on

the property.

Kendra Renee Pryor, 19, 3209 Alameda Court, Parkersburg, was arrested on an outstanding felony

warrant for operating or attempting to operate a clandestine

drug lab, issued by the PNTF. She was also charged with

felony operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug

lab in relationship to the meth lab found during this

evenings operation.

Tonda Denean Warner, 49, 49 Lantana Lane, Parkersburg

was arrested on outstanding felony

warrants for two counts of forgery and two counts of

uttering. She was also charged with felony operating or

attempting to operate a clandestine drug lab in relationship

to the meth lab found during this evenings operation.

Homeowner Ronald Blair McMillan, 60, 49 Lantana Lane, Parkersburg, was charged with felony

operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug lab in

relationship to the meth lab found during this evening’s

operation.

All three were processed at the West Virginia State Police

detachment and taken to Wood County Magistrate Court for

arraignment. Pryor failed to post a $200,000 bond.

Warner failed to post a $140,000 bond. McMillan failed

to post a $125,000 bond. All three were placed in the

Wood County Holding Center to await transport to the North

Central Regional Jail.

The same joint operations group arrested five people at the

same residence on July 11 after an active

methamphetamine lab was found inside the home.

McMillan was charged with misdemeanor maintaining a

dwelling which is resorted to by persons using controlled

substances and is currently out on bond for that charge.