FAYETTE COUNTY, WV (WOAY) – Four people were sentenced in Fayette County Court for drug trafficking.
Fayette County Prosecuting Attorney, Larry E. Harrah, II announces that on May 22, 2018, Brandi L. Bass of Oak Hill was sentenced to not less than two (2) but not more than thirty (30) years in prison following her guilty plea on April 4, 2018 to two (2) counts of delivery of heroin. Bass sold heroin to a cooperating individual in February and March 2017 at Pine Knoll Apartments in Oak Hill.
In addition, Tyler Jeffries of Oak Hill was sentenced on the same day to two (2) to twenty (20) years for her admitted role in a drug conspiracy and for delivery of heroin. In December 2016 and January 2017, Jeffries and a co-defendant sold drugs to cooperating individual near Breckenridge Lane in Oak Hill.
On May 29, 2018, Kendall Williams of Macon, Georgia was sentenced to one (1) to (5) years in prison and was fined two-thousand dollars ($2000.00) for his conviction following a trial for conspiracy to possess methamphetamine, cocaine and heroin with the intent to deliver. In March 2017, law enforcement served a search warrant on 2395 Scarbro Road in Scarbro and found those drugs in the defendant’s home. Joshua Gray was also convicted and sentenced to prison for dealing drugs out of this residence.
On May 30, 2018, Andre Travis of Oak Hill was sentenced to one (1) to five (5) years in prison for delivery of methamphetamine following a guilty plea in April 2018. In June 2017, Travis sold the drugs to a cooperating individual near Sav-a-Lot grocery store in Oak Hill.
These crimes were investigated by members of the Central West Virginia Drug Task Force and were prosecuted by Elizabeth K. Campbell, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney.