Tarrant County Man Receives 15-Year Sentence for Fentanyl-Related Death
A 39-year-old man, Daniel Sanchez, has been sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to causing the fentanyl-related death of an Arlington woman, as announced by Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney Phil Sorrells in a social media post on Friday.
Oneida Man Sentenced for Drug & Weapon Possession
Gregory J. Haanstad, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, announced that on December 7, 2023, Gerald B. Diamond II (age: 26), a former resident of Green Bay and an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, received a total sentence of 12 years in federal prison following convictions for possession with intent to distribute controlled substances and prohibited possession of a firearm. Diamond previously pled guilty to these offenses on August 21, 2023.
West Virginia Woman Sentenced to Five Years for Cocaine Distribution
Wheeling, West Virginia – In a significant development, 41-year-old Rebecca Mae Blake, a resident of Fulton Street in Wheeling, has been handed a five-year federal prison sentence for her involvement in the distribution of crack cocaine. The sentencing comes as a result of Blake's guilty plea earlier this year, marking her continued association with a larger drug operation spearheaded by Rocco Pandoli, another Wheeling resident.
Eight Arrested in Massive DEA Operation Uncovering Fentanyl and Cocaine Trafficking
Law enforcement agencies in Western Washington have apprehended eight individuals involved in a sophisticated drug distribution network. The arrests were made as part of an extensive investigation conducted by the Seattle Office of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), which revealed the illicit importation and sale of drugs facilitated through social media platforms.
Wheeling Man Sentenced to 92 Months for Fentanyl Distribution
In Wheeling, West Virginia, Rashun Rafael Suncar, known as "Blackie," has been handed a 92-month sentence for his involvement in the distribution of fentanyl. The 37-year-old operated in the vicinity of the Elks Playground in East Wheeling, peddling counterfeit pills laced with the dangerous opioid.
Franklin Man Sentenced to 20 Years for Methamphetamine Trafficking in Kentucky
Franklin, Ky. - In a recent development, 47-year-old Steve Demont Roberson of Franklin, Kentucky, has been handed a two-decade-long prison sentence for his involvement in trafficking methamphetamine. The South Central Kentucky Drug Task Force revealed that their agents conducted a thorough, long-term investigation leading to the arrest and subsequent legal proceedings against Roberson.
20 Pharmacies Robbed in Smash and Grab Attacks
Cops say the same crew has robbed 20 stores throughout Brooklyn and Queens across the confines of 12 NYPD precincts from Flushing, Queens to Bayridge, Brooklyn. Investigators released dramatic surveillance video from inside one of the pharmacies. In the video, a car pulls up outside the drug store. Men get out and run over to the glass front door. One of the crew takes a hammer to the door and smashes and removes the glass to gain entrance.
Oakdale Resident Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison for Role in St. Paul's Gruesome Homicide Case
In a case that has wound through the complexities of criminal justice, Jesse Willis Gleeson, a 33-year-old Oakdale man, has been sentenced to four years in prison for his role in a robbery connected to the fatal shooting of Deondrae R. Atkins, 33.
Fed Drug & Weapon Charges: Indicted & Sentenced
Several local and Milwaukee area individuals indicted and sentenced on Federal drug and weapon charges. The Manitowoc County Metro Drug Unit is providing an update to several local drug investigation cases involving subjects from the Manitowoc area along with subjects who were identified as Milwaukee area drug sources.
Billings Man Sentenced to 15 Years in Federal Prison for Meth Trafficking Conviction
Billings resident Shane Edward Johnson, 54, has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for his involvement in trafficking methamphetamine. The conviction followed a two-day trial that began on July 10, during which a federal jury found Johnson guilty on multiple charges, including conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute meth, possession with intent to distribute meth, and being a prohibited person in possession of ammunition. The sentencing was announced by U.S. Attorney Jesse Laslovich.
Springfield Man Sentenced to 35 Years in Federal Prison for Fentanyl Distribution and Firearm Posses
Springfield, MO - In a recent federal court decision, Jerry Wheeler, also known as "Love," has been sentenced to 35 years in federal prison without parole for his involvement in a conspiracy to distribute substantial amounts of fentanyl and for the illegal possession of firearms. The sentencing was carried out by U.S. District Judge Roseann Ketchmark on November 21, 2023.
California Man Sentenced to 17 Years for Supplying Fentanyl Linked to Teen Overdoses in Virginia
ABINGDON, Va. – In a recent federal court ruling, Alexander Ortiz, 26, also known as "LoLife," of Fullerton, California, has been sentenced to 17 years in federal prison for his involvement in supplying fentanyl linked to a series of teenage overdoses in Wise County, Virginia. Ortiz pleaded guilty in January 2023 to charges of conspiring to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute 400 grams or more of fentanyl and possessing a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime.
Murder Over Missing Money: How a Lost Shipment Led to Three Murders
In a chilling account of a drug-related triple homicide in Porter Ranch, prosecutors detailed a harrowing story of greed, betrayal, and violence. At the center of this tragedy was Travis Reid, a man entangled in a complex web of drug trafficking stretching from Los Angeles to Baltimore. According to Deputy Dist. Atty. Victor Avila, Reid orchestrated the cold-blooded murder of Gary Davidson, his cocaine supplier, over a lost shipment of cash totaling $377,000.
Major Drug Trafficking Bust in Panama City Leads to Five Arrests
PANAMA CITY, Fla. — In a significant crackdown on drug trafficking, the Panama City Police Department has apprehended five individuals for distributing dangerous drugs, including counterfeit pills laced with fentanyl.
Florida Man Claims Meth Found on Him Was Planted, He Thought It Was Advil
In an unusual case from Florida, a man was arrested after a container of methamphetamine was discovered in his underwear. Caleb Anthony Phillips, 46, initially denied knowledge of how it got there, but later claimed he thought it was Advil.
Confession of Nevada Citizen for Sending Fentanyl through the Postal System
Salt Lake City, UT- A Nevada resident admitted guilt in a federal court in Salt Lake City, Utah for distributing fentanyl through the United States Postal Service, which caused serious physical harm to a resident of Park City, Utah and very nearly resulted in death.
Recent Drug Busts in San Diego: Six Arrests and Large Narcotics Seizures
San Diego has recently been in the news for two major drug cases that have led to the arrest of six individuals and the seizure of substantial quantities of narcotics. These incidents have brought to light the ongoing efforts of law enforcement agencies to combat drug-related activities in the region. In this blog, we will provide an in-depth look at these two investigations, the arrests made, and the significant amounts of illegal substances confiscated.
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Rice Lake Drug-Related Death: Woman Denies Reckless Homicide Charges
Rice Lake, WI — In a recent turn of events in the Barron County Circuit Court, a woman has pleaded not guilty to charges in a case that has sent ripples through the community. Rosemarie F. Hart, 39, formerly of Cumberland, is facing serious allegations following the drug-related death of a woman in Rice Lake.
Breakthrough: Vaccine for Cocacine Addiction is Becoming a Reality
In a groundbreaking development, Brazilian scientists have introduced a pioneering treatment for cocaine and crack addiction—a vaccine named "Calixcoca." This innovation marks a significant stride in combating addiction, particularly in Brazil, which ranks as the world’s second-largest consumer of cocaine, after North America.