A father, son and the son's girlfriend were charged with multiple counts of felony drug possession adnand other charges according to court records.

Israel Rojas, Fernando Rojas and Faviola Tinajero made their initial appearances before Natrona County Circuit Court Judge Michael Patchen on Friday.

Israel Rojas was charged with three felony counts of aiding and abetting the delivery of cocaine, one felony count of conspiracy to deliver cocaine, one felony count of possession of cocaine, one felony count of possession of methamphetamine, one felony count of child endangerment with methamphetamine in the same room as a child, and one felony count of possession of marijuana.

If convicted on all counts, he faces more than 100 years behind bars.

Patchen set Israel Rojas' bond at $100,000 for these charges, plus another $20,000 because he is wanted on a criminal warrant out of Colorado.

Fernando Rojas was charged with three felony counts of aiding and abetting the delivery of cocaine, one felony count of conspiracy to deliver cocaine, and one felony count of possession of marijuana.

If convicted on all counts, he faces up to 85 years behind bars.

After Patchen read the charges, Fernando Rojas said he was just accompanying Rojas and did not know of his drug activity. Patchen interrupted him and told him not to talk.

The judge set his bond at $100,000.

Tinajero was charged with one felony count of possession of cocaine, one felony count of possession of methamphetamine, one felony count of child endangerment with methamphetamine in the same room as a child, and one felony count of possession of marijuana.

If convicted on all counts, she faces up to 24 years behind bars.

Patchen set her bond at $50,000.

According to an affidavit filed with circuit court by an agent with the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation, two confidential informants told the DCI they bought cocaine and marijuana hundreds of times from Israel Rojas for about 10 years.

The DCI, with the help of the confidential informants who were wearing wireless transmitters, recorded sales of drugs on Oct. 10, and monitored calls for drug deals from then to Thursday, according to the affidavit,

Israel Rojas lived with his girlfriend Tinajero in the 2900 block of East 12th Street, where they had a 15-month-old daughter, according to the affidavit.

Fernando Rojas, who lived in the 200 block of West Seventh Street, often would drive his son Isreal Rojas around Casper, but claimed he didn't know what his son did during those excursions, according to the affidavit.

DCI agents arrested the suspects on Thursday.