West Virginia Police Want Detroit Man on Drug Charges

HUNTINGTON, W. VA – Rudolph Jackson, 41-years-old, of Detroit, is facing drug charges after officers found multiple drugs and related paraphernalia inside of an apartment in the 700 block of Washington Avenue on Thursday August 22nd, 2019.

Huntington Police want others to know that Jackson is considered Armed and very Dangerous.

Detectives with the Huntington Police Department found 103 grams of methamphetamine, seven grams of a suspected mix of heroin and fentanyl, 14 dosage units of suboxone and marijuana. Police also said they found ammunition for various calibers of weapons, scales, a blender, cutting agent, and other paraphernalia used to weigh, process, and package drugs for sale.

What is known about Jackson is that he is from Detroit and has connections with the drug trade in Akron, Ohio. Officers have been searching for him since Thursday morning when they raided the apartment on Washington Avenue. Before the raid, Jackson had left the residence. However, Martel Lee, 21-years-old, from Detroit, was inside of the apartment when the raid took place.

Martel Lee was arrested and charged with two counts of possession of drugs with the intent to deliver.

Once inside of the apartment, officers found that “counter surveillance measures” were in place to warn people inside when law enforcement was in the area.

A SWAT team also searched a home on 22nd Street and 9th Avenue, finding marijuana and guns in their search for Rudolph Jackson. Jackson’s vehicle was located and believe he is still in Huntington but could be headed to either Akron or Detroit.

Rudolph Jackson is described as being 6 feet 11 inches tall and weighs about 250 pounds. He also goes by several aliases: Trip, Woo, and Rusty.

If you see Jackson, police say you should not approach him, but instead call 911 immediately.

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