Club workers arrested, accused of dealing drugs

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Above: (left to right) Tameka McCullough, Cynthia Baker, and Paul Komyatti

INDIANAPOLIS – Five employees at a west side club face multiple charges after an investigation by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and Indiana State Excise Police.

According to charging documents, the workers at Patty’s Showclub face 24 felony counts, including dealing cocaine, marijuana and amphetamines.

Arrested were:

  • Cynthia Baker, 31
  • Desiree Bey, 21
  • Kayla Fisher, 28
  • Paul Komyatti, 48
  • Tameka McCullough, 26

According to police, Komyatti was a doorman while Baker was a dancer and McCullough a waitress. Bey and Fisher were described as dancers, and warrants were out for their arrests.

Authorities raided the club last week. Undercover officers said they were able to buy drugs from the workers for between $20 and $200.