In Wayne County West Virginia, a married couple was arrested after police say the husband was overheard by an employee talking about his plans to rob the Goodwill store.

Around 5:30 PM on Tuesday, Andy and Samantha Maynard were arrested at the Lavalette West Virginia Goodwill according to WSAZ.

Wayne County Sheriff Drug Enforcement Unit
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Wayne County Sheriff Rick Thompson said deputies responded to a call that a man had a knife and gun, WOWK-TV reported.

It was discovered that Andy Maynard was a fugitive from Kentucky, and his wife Samatha Maynard was wanted in Wayne County on drug charges. According to police, both Maynards are convicted felons.

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Sheriff Deputies searched the couple's vehicle and found a handgun in the driver's seat, a sawed-off shotgun in the back seat, and a revolver on the console.

A third person was seen fleeing the car while police were inside the Goodwill store arresting the couple.

West Virginia State police are executing a search warrant on the vehicle. More charges against the couple are currently pending.

Read more here: WSAZ

Wayne County Sheriffs added another case to their Facebook post. Two other arrests took place during a traffic stop in Lavalette. Sheriffs found a false coke bottle filled with Methamphetamine and Heroin.

"George 'Bones' Stapleton, of East Lynn, is charged with Possession with Intent to Deliver- Methamphetamine, Possession with Intent to Deliver- Heroin, Conspiracy to Distribute 5 to 50 grams of Methamphetamine, Conspiracy to Distribute Heroin, and Pseudoephedrine Altered," the Facebook post stated.

The passenger in the car lied about their name but was "recognized from a prior traffic stop as Brenda Shannon, of Ashland. Brenda was a fugitive from Kentucky and placed under arrest."

Looks like the Wayne Country Sheriff's Drug Enforcement Unit has its hands full this week.

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