Alleged drug dealers arrested in Fayetteville hotel room
FAYETTEVILLE, W.Va. -- Two men face felony drug trafficking charges after police found almost 100 prescription pills in their hotel room.
Andre Lamariam Riley, 50, of Detroit and Scott Allen Cafego, 34, of Oak Hill, each face felony possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and conspiracy to commit a felony.
Early Tuesday morning, police executed a search warrant in Room 243 of the Quality Inn in Fayetteville. Police found a small quantity of prescription pain medication, including 70 Opana pills with a street value of more than $7,350 and 29 Roxycodone pills with a street value of $435, as well as nearly $6,000 in cash, according to the Fayette County Sheriff's Department.
On Monday, the Fayette County Sheriff's Department, State Police and the Central West Virginia Drug Task Force started to investigate alleged drug trafficking out of the hotel room.
Riley and Cafego were taken to the Southern Regional Jail, where both remained Tuesday evening. Bail for each man was set at $100,000. The case remains under investigation.