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30 individuals indicted by federal grand jury on drug and gun charges

Posted by on Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 4:11 PM

A grand jury in Greensboro has indicted 27 men and three women on federal drug and gun charges, the U.S. attorney for the Middle District of North Carolina announced today. 28 of the defendants are from Alamance County and two are from Guilford County.

The 15 indictments allege that the defendants engaged in conspiracy to distribute cocaine base and marihuana; the distribution of cocaine hydrochloride, cocaine base and marihuana; the use of communications facilities to facilitate the conspiracy to distribute marihuana; the possession of firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking activity and possession of firearms by convicted felons.

Indicted and in custody are: 
Dennis Ray Bass, 32, also known as "Boo";
Lashaun Christopher Bolton, 23; 
Jamar Levelle Bradley, 23, also known as "J Brad"; 
Kelly Denise Bradley, 30; 
Debra Edmunds Brown, 49; 
William Earl Brown, Jr., 29; 
Mandrell Edward Davis, 24, also known as "Dro"; 
Walter Lewis Ferguson, 40; 
Joshua Gant, Jr., 31; 
Jesse Nicholas Gowing, 27, also known as "Jay"; 
Derek Leon Hinton, 29; 
Brandon Tremayne Holman, 30; 
Harry Deangelo Lea, 25, also known as "Heron"; 
Laquan Gavanete Love, 21; 
Vondrell Xavier Majette, 26; 
Danny Lee McCollum, 30; 
Tyler Corda McGee, 21, also known as T High"; 
Bradley Lee McNeil, 27; 
Bobby Deshaun Page, 30, also known as O Dot"; 
Terrance Romeck Page, 33, also known as "Tito"; 
Michael Brian Poteat, 31; 
Anthony Mandrell Rogers, 28, also known as "Boo Cat"; 
Richard Lamar Ruffin, 34;
Donte Luther Williamson, 24, also known as "D Will." 

Indicted, but not yet in custody are:
Brittney Michelle Brown, 27; 
Stanley Curtis Gillom, 29; 
Grayland Duran Graves, 37, also known as "G Code"; 
Travis Dewayne Jeffries, 27, also known as "Fat Polly"; 
Thomas Delawrence Leath, 45, also known as "Pook"; 
Kendrick Eugene Sellars, 26, also known as "Young Breeze."


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