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MOST WANTED: Christina Logston

By: Allison Rhea Email
By: Allison Rhea Email

UPDATE: As of 10:00pm, March 25, the Parkersburg Police Department reports that Christina Logston has turned herself in.

After her story aired on WTAP News at 6 , several tips came into the police department leading them to four different area residences.

Soon after, Logston turned herself into the police department.
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Police are still searching for a woman suspected of slipping drugs into a hospital nurse's drink after an altercation.

Police say on, or around, January 16th while she was at Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital, Christina Logston got into a fight with one of the nurses on staff.

After the incident, they say Logston slipped an unknown dosage of Adderall into the nurse's drink.

Adderall is an amphetamine that's used to treat ADHD.

After the incident, Logston then left the hospital.

When the nurse realized something was wrong, she reported it to the Parkersburg Police Department.

"She faces a felony charge of Possession with the Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance and that can carry a one to five year sentence and up to a $15,000 fine," says Lieutenant John Young, Parkersburg Police Department.

Lieutenant Young believes Logston is still in the area and says it's important that she's taken off the streets.

Christina Logston has brown hair, hazel eyes, she's 5'4 inches and weighs 185 pounds.

If you see her, make sure you call the Parkersburg Police Department at 304-424-8444.

Remember, you can catch the Mid-Ohio Valley's Most Wanted every Wednesday, on WTAP News at 6.


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