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CHARLESTON, WV - Two women were arrested on drug charges at a motel in Huntington, WV.

According to the West Virginia State Police Huntington Detachment, 22-year-old Ambria Johnson, of Toledo, OH, and 23-year-old Tonna Figures, of Detroit, MI, were both arrested at the Quality Inn, at 3325 U.S. Route 60, shortly after 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 14.

Police say they responded to what was initially a domestic disturbance involving two women, Johnson and Figures, at the Quality Inn. When police arrived and conducted a search, they found 911 various prescription pills, with a street value totaling about $9,000, $2,100 in cash, and between $95 and $100 in marijuana.

Both Johnson and Figures were charged with the delivery of a controlled substance.  Johnson was also charged with battery of a police officer.

Both were arraigned at the Cabell County Magistrate Court, and are being held in the Western Regional Jail.  Johnson's bond is $115,000, while Figures' bond is $15,000.