MARIETTA, Ohio (WTAP) - A Woodsfield, Ohio man already wanted on drug charges now faces additional charges after he was arrested with methamphetamine and heroin at a Marietta gas station on Wednesday.
Zachary Todd Lindemood, 26, of Woodsfield, Ohio, was arrested on Jan. 9, 2019 in Marietta, Ohio, and is charged with felony trafficking in methamphetamine and felony trafficking in heroin, in addition to active felony warrants.
On Wednesday, in the parking lot of the Speedway gas station at 100 North Seventh Street, Marietta, Ohio, agents of the Ohio Organized Crimes Investigations Commission, Washington Morgan Noble Major Crimes Task Force, and members of the Washington County Sheriff's Office, arrested Zachary Todd Lindemood, age 26, of Woodsfield, Ohio, on active felony warrants for trafficking in methamphetamine and trafficking in heroin.
During Lindermood's arrest, agents found separate bags of 8.12 grams of suspected methamphetamine and .64 grams of suspected Heroin hidden in his sock.
The suspected drugs field tested positive for methamphetamine and heroin.
Lindemood was arrested and taken to the Washington County Jail on his previous felony warrants.
Washington County investigators also charged him with felony trafficking in methamphetamine and felony trafficking in heroin.
Lindermood was arraigned on those charges in Marietta Municipal Court and is now being held in the Washington County Jail on $200,000 bond.
The Washington Morgan Noble Major Crimes Task Force is part of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s Organized Crime Investigation Commission and is comprised of representatives of Post 84 of the Ohio State Highway Patrol; Washington, Morgan and Noble County Sheriff’s Offices; the Marietta, Belpre and McConnelsville Police Departments; and the Washington, Morgan and Noble County Prosecutor’s Office.