(INDIANAPOLIS) Federal Court Report: 24-Members of a Drug Trafficking Ring Have Been Sentenced to Various Terms #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.14: The organisation operated in and around the historic Haughville neighborhood in Indianapolis from April 2018 to January 2019. A federal grand jury in Evansville indicted the members of this organisation in January 2019.

#AceDailyNews reports that Assistant Special Agent in Charge Michael Gannon, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Indianapolis, and Acting U.S. Attorney John E. Childress of the Southern District of Indiana announced that a drug trafficking ring consisting of at least 24 people have been sentenced in federal court ….

According to court documents, from April 2018 and continuing through January 2019, 24 members of a drug trafficking ring would sell large quantities of illegal substances in and around the near westside of Indianapolis. Jshane Trice and Terrence Stum directed the illegal activities of the methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine trafficking organization. The other members of the organization would assist Trice or Stum by distributing the drugs, purchasing drugs for redistribution, prepare the drugs for distribution, transport the drugs for distribution and conceal the drugs on other members behalf.

“This investigation is a great example of law enforcement working together to address citizens’ concerns about narcotics trafficking in their neighborhoods,” said Acting U.S. Attorney John E. Childress. “Using combined resources to attack these criminal organizations works and I want to thank our federal, state and local partners for their help in dismantling this high-level narcotics organization within Indianapolis.”

Below are the individuals who were indicted, prosecuted and sentenced to federal prison:

•     Jshaun Trice – sentenced to 210 months and five years supervised release
•     Terrence Stum – sentenced to 262 months and five years supervised release
•     Demetrick Holder – sentenced to 72 months and three years supervised release
•     Gerald Hoskins – sentenced to 36 months and three years supervised release
•     Darryl Allen – sentenced to 240 months and five years supervised release
•     Eric Bard – sentenced to 262 months and five years supervised release
•     Dustin Manuel – sentenced to 96 months and five years supervised release
•     Kelvin Washington – sentenced to 60 months and four years supervised release
•     Devin Jones – sentenced to 30 months and three years supervised release
•     Adrian Myles – sentenced to 60 months and five years supervised release
•     Christopher Hill – sentenced to 120 months and five years supervised release
•     Robert Hadley – sentenced to 72 months and four years supervised release
•     Danny Jenkins – sentenced to 118 months and four years supervised release
•     Antonio McClure – sentenced to 160 months and five years supervised release
•     James Gibson – sentenced to 124 months and five years supervised release
•     Carlo Payne – sentenced to 160 months and five years supervised release
•     Thomas Acord – sentenced to 108 months and three years supervised release
•     Alton Brown Sr. – sentenced to 121 months and five years supervised release
•     Steven Savage – sentenced to time served and four years supervised release
•     Derrick O’Connor – sentenced to 60 months and three years supervised release
•     Melissa Kidwell – sentenced to time served and four years supervised release
•     Jacqueline Huffman – sentenced to 60 months and four years supervised release
•     Jacob Jones – sentenced to 140 months and five years supervised release
•     Allen Brown – sentenced to time served and four years supervised release

Multiple law enforcement agencies contributed to the prosecution of this case, including the Federal Bureau of Investigations, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Indiana State Police and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.

Assistant U.S. Attorney’s Peter A. Blackett and Michelle P. Brady prosecuted this case for the government.

This prosecution is part of an Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces (OCDETF) 
investigation. OCDETF identifies, disrupts and dismantles the highest-level drug  
traffickers, money launderers, gangs and transnational criminal organizations that threaten the 
United States by using a prosecutor-led, intelligence-driven, multi-agency approach that leverages 
the strengths of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies against criminal networks.

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: Sept.14: 2021:

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