CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A West Virginia native who was working in Pakistan is being held in that country after his visa expired.
A friend of Aaron Mark DeHaven told the Charleston Gazette the former White Sulfur Springs resident was arrested in Peshawar, Pakistan, last weekend.
Gregory Wingo says DeHaven was in Pakistan working for Catalyst Service. The company website states it conducts logistical and construction services worldwide.
DeHaven is a 1994 graduate of Greenbrier East High School.
Wingo worked with DeHaven at Catalyst. He described DeHaven has "a very honorable individual, very trustworthy."
Wingo said he heard that the State Department is working to make sure DeHaven is given food and clean water.
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