Harley Clyde Little (left) and Joshua Robert Hardman

Two Calhoun men have been arrested by authorities related to an alleged drug offense and intimidation of a state witness.

Harley Clyde "Whitey" Little, 41, was charged with intimidation of a state witness and a charge of conspiracy. He has been released from Central Regional Jail on a $2000 bond.

Trooper E. M. Workman, according to the criminal complaint, says he spoke with Charles Simmons on White Pine Road, who alleges Little and Tiffany Davis came to his residence on April 12 and "pecked on his window."

Simmons, in a written statement, says Little and Davis came into his house, saying "She jerked her pants down and told me we can do whatever you want."

Simmons claims in the complaint he pretended to call law enforcement, saying "I got a man and woman out here that I don't want here," after which they left.

The complaint goes on to indicate that Josh Bohn, Tiffany Davis' boyfriend, who has been charged with breaking and entering the Simmons residence, "Was trying to set him [Simmons] up for rape to persuade him from testifying against Josh Bohn," according to Simmons.

The complaint says, "Mr. Simmons advised the officer he was afraid of what Tiffany Davis, Josh Bohn and Harley "Whitey" Little might try to do."

Trooper Workman then obtained warrants for Little and Davis for intimidating a state witness in a felony case.

Joshua Robert Hardman, 22, who has been charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance without prescription and a charge of obstructing an officer, has been released from Central Regional Jail on bond.

Trooper E. M. Workman and NRP Charles Stevens encountered Hardman while serving a warrant on Harley "Whitey" Little on Klipstine Road, regarding no brake lights.

The criminal complaint says Hardman had an open container of beer, and gave oral consent to search his truck.

NPR Stevens, according to the complaint, discovered a pipe, pills and a powdery substance identified by the accused as meth.

The complaint then says Hardman got angry, and after the officers advised him to put his hands behind his back, continued to resist.

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