Two Michigan men accused of possessing nearly $30,000 worth of drugs in Monongalia County

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Monongalia County deputies arrested two Detroit men on drug charges during a traffic stop.

On February 21, deputies conducted a traffic stop on Interstate 79.  During the stop, the sheriff’s department requested assistance from a K-9 officer, according to a press release.  A K-9 with the Morgantown Police Department was involved in an open-air search, and the officer indicated the presence of narcotics, according to the sheriff’s department.

Deputies searched the vehicle and found 159 grams of heroin, with an approximate value of $24,900; 47 grams of cocaine, with an approximate value of $4,700; 28 grams of marijuana with an approximate value of $250; and $366 in cash, according to a criminal complaint.

Deputies arrested Teron Kelly, 20, and Tyvon Dove, 20.  Kelly and Dove are each charged with possession with intent to deliver heroin, cocaine and marijuana.

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