24 felony counts aimed at Patty's Showclub workers
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INDIANAPOLIS - Five employees of Patty's Showclub are facing a slew of felony charges after a months-long investigation by IMPD and state excise police.
In all, the employees of the west side club face 24 felony counts, including possessing and dealing cocaine, marijuana and amphetamines.
According to a probable cause affidavit filed Aug. 28, Patty's employees Tameka McCullough, 26, Cynthia Baker, 31, Desiree Bey, 21, Kayla Fisher, 28, and Paul Komyatti,48, offered to acquire and then sold drugs to undercover officers on numerous occasions between June 12 and Aug. 22.
Along with cocaine and marijuana, police said they were able to purchase prescription drugs like alprazolam (Xanax), diazepam (Valium), Vyvanse and amphetamine (Adderall).
At one point, Fisher told undercover officers to "contact her anytime for more drugs," according to the affidavit.
A spokesman for Patty's Showclub was not immediately available for comment.
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