The Detroit drug scene continues to impact West Virginia. For the second time in the last month, dope pushers from the Motor City have run into problems with the law down in the Appalachians. Detroiters Steve (Stevie Black) McGee and Roger (Red) Crawley were arrested last week as a result of a federal raid in Huntington where authorities found 125 grams of heroin, $8,000 in cash and four guns. The narcotics were estimated at a street value of $24,000. Earlier this month, Willie (Ribbon) McCall, 34 years old and also from Detroit, was smacked with a 10-year federal prison sentence for dealing methamphetamine to an undercover FBI agent in a suburb of Huntington. McCall — seen in the photo above — was on probation out of Michigan on weapons charges. In January, James (Lucky) Bowens and George (G-Easy) Eubanks, two members of Detroit’s Young & Scandalous Gang were indicted by the feds for selling crack in the Huntington area. Bowens and Eubanks ran the “YNS” crew in West Virginia, a state, among other southern locales, popular amongst Motown drug gangs for plying their trade dating back decades.