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Update: November 13, 2012
Two fugitives wanted on charges of delivery and conspiracy to deliver herion were arrested on Porter Avenue in Martinsburg after a tip was received.
Dallas Cook, 35, and Megan Teets, 28, were apprehended by the Mountain State Fugitive Task Force, which is comprised of three officers and covers the Northern portion of West Virginia. Cook and Teets were seen and a tip was called in to the Martinsburg Police Department revealing their location. Officers responded to an address on the 200 block of Porter Avenue where Cook and Teets were apprehended.
November 7, 2012
The U.S. Marshals Service is asking the public’s assistance in locating area fugitives Dallas Cook and Meagan Teets.
Cook and Teets have been charged, and have outstanding warrants, by the West Virginia State Police for delivery of heroin.
From information received, officers believe Cook and Teets frequent the Baltimore, Md., area where they acquire their heroin and bring it back to West Virginia for use and sale.
Dallas Cook and Meagan Teets both have family in Berkeley County, W. Va.
A list of fugitives currently wanted by the Mountain State Fugitive Task Force can be found online at martinsburgpd.org.
All tips are confidential and can be called into 304 262-8615 or e-mailed from the website to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any questions related to this release can be directed to Deputy U.S. Marshal Mike Ulrich at 304 886-2800.