A Clarksville man and a Chase City woman have been arrested and charged with possession of schedule 1, 11 drugs.
According to reports from the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office, Deputies Bruce King and Levy Thompson were on routine patrol on Friday when they stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on highway 15 North at Uppy's Convenience Store in Clarksville. The vehicle was occupied by to individuals and the driver consented to a search of the vehicle. During the search, a plastic bag with heroin and some white powdery substanc. Deputies King and Thompson arrested Thomas Lee Atkinson Jr. of Clarksville and Alicia West, 62 of Chase City.
Atkinson and West were taken to Meherrin River Regional Jail where warrants were obtained and served. Atkinson was placed under a $5,000 secured bond and was was placed under a $2,000 secured bond.
West was also issued a summons for failure to use turn signal, driving with a suspended license, illegal inspection sticker and altered license plate.
Also on Friday, an investigation into another incident led Deputy Neil Clayton to an address on Goodes Ferry Road in the South Hill area. Deputy Clayton made contact with the subject he was seeking and searched the subject's vehicle. During the corse of the search drugs identified as heroin, cocaine, and marijuana were recovered from the vehicle.
Nathan Bradshaw 30, of South Hill, was arrested for possession with the intent to sell Schedule 1, Schedule 11 drugs. Bradshaw was transported to MRRJ where warrants were obtained and served. Brandon remains in custody with no bond.