Police dog assists in Doddridge County arrests
WEST UNION – Four arrests were made early Saturday morning from a police dog unit assisting with a resisting prisoner, officials said.
Tee El Dodd, 32, was operating a motorcycle under a revoked license due to a DUI conviction, said the Doddridge County Sheriff’s Department. Dodd attempted to flee the officers but was unsuccessful, the release said.
Dodd was wanted out of Harrison County for failure to appear. After a small struggle, officers said they found Dodd was in possession of prescription narcotics, a loaded 9 mm Glock handgun, less than 20 grams of methamphetamine, digital scales and a couple hundred dollars in cash, the release said.
Dodd was arrested on felony charges of being a prohibited person in possession of a concealed weapon, possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine and possession with intent to deliver narcotics, according to the release.
A vehicle with three people arrived at the scene. The three in the vehicle were Sharon Kathleen Dodd, 50, Tee El Dodd’s mother; Elizabeth Ann Oldaker, 39, and Jeremy David Stackpole, 40. After the police dog searched the vehicle, police charged the three with possession with intent to deliver marijuana and conspiracy.
Tee El Dodd is being held on a $30,000 surety bond and Sharon Dodd, Oldaker and Stackpole are being held on a $20,000 surety bond. All four suspects are being held at the North Central Regional Jail.