Strange things can happen within law enforcement and sometimes those things can lead to accused drug dealers ending up free on the street.
In Charleston, West Virginia, two suspects who had been charged with felonies such as possession with the intent to deliver and possession of a concealed weapon, were released when paperwork came up missing. Without this paperwork, the authorities had to let both of these individuals go after completely dropping the charges.
The Kanawha County magistrate Ward Harshbarger said that some kind of glitch occurred, but he is sure that the county will be able to rectify the issue. However, the two accused dealers are back on the streets and they cannot be taken back into custody until the charges are refilled by the arresting officer.