Two New York City men were arrested in a Westbrook motel after police allegedly found a stash of crack cocaine, heroin, a loaded weapon and $4,000 in cash, according to police and news reports.

Westbrook police were investigating a bail violator at the Super 8 motel on Larrabee Road in the early-morning hours of Nov. 23 when the investigation grew into a drug bust. Deshaun Davis, 37, of Brooklyn, New York, was charged with two counts of drug trafficking and subsequently with trafficking in prison contraband at the Cumberland County Jail and aggravated forgery after reportedly using a false name, according to information posted on the Westbrook Police Department’s Facebook page.

Todd Rasberry, 33, also of Brooklyn, was charged with two counts of aggravated forgery and marijuana possession, the department said. A Westbrook police duty officer working Sunday night said he did not have any additional information on the incident.

Westbrook Police Chief Janine Roberts told WCSH-TV, Channel 6, earlier on Sunday that police were led to the motel while investigating Kortney Cox, 35, of Westbrook, for a bail violation. Westbrook police subsequently called in the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency as well as canine units from Westbrook and Portland to assist in the investigations at the motel.

Cox was charged with drug possession, violation of conditional release and operating without a license while Westbrook resident Anjelica Power, 24, was charged with marijuana possession during the incident, according to the summary posted on the department’s Facebook page.

Roberts told WCSH that public notification was delayed due to the ongoing investigation by the state drug enforcement team.

The station reported that police seized 11 grams of heroin, 35 grams of cocaine or crack cocaine, and $4,000 in cash.