Fayette County Man Sentenced For Delivery of Cocaine and Methamphetamine

FAYETTE COUNTY, WV (WOAY) -Fayette County Prosecuting Attorney, Larry E. Harrah, II announces that on August 29, 2018, David L. Ingram of Oak Hill was found guilty following a jury trial of delivery of cocaine and methamphetamine.  Following the verdict, the State filed a recidivist information because Ingram has an extensive prior criminal record.

On October 24, 2018, a jury found that Ingram was the same person convicted of the felony crimes of robbery in 1997 in Wood County and attempt to commit a felony in Raleigh County in 2015. On December 10, 2018, Fayette County Chief Circuit Judge Paul M. Blake, Jr. sentenced Ingram to fifteen (15) years in prison, plus an additional one (1) to five (5) years for delivery of a controlled substance.

This crime was investigated by the Central West Virginia Drug Task Force and was prosecuted by Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Elizabeth K. Campbell.

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