LCSO Deputy Directs West Virginia Woman to Jail on Felony Drug Charges

LCSO Deputy Directs West Virginia Woman to Jail on Felony Drug Charges

A West Virginia woman who asked a Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office deputy for directions probably didn’t end up where she had planned after the deputy determined she was under the influence of alcohol and in possession of marijuana.
Lisa M. Polk, 56, of Capon Bridge, West Virginia, was taken into custody March 22 and charged with felony possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and public intoxication.
According to an LCSO release, Polk was driving in the area of Route 7 near Round Hill when she came upon deputies conducting traffic control in the area for a downed utility line. Polk asked for directions from a deputy,  who determined she was possibly under the influence of alcohol.
Polk was found to have an open container of alcohol in the vehicle and a subsequent search of the vehicle uncovered approximately six pounds of marijuana, more than $1,500 in cash, 200 grams of THC oil, and packaging materials, anti-scent bags, rolling papers and other paraphernalia.
Polk was released from the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center on a secured bond.

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