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List of suspects in feds drug and gun roundup



Published: Thu, April 18, 2013 @ 10:01 a.m.

This list was marred by a production error in some issues of today's Vindicator.

US ATTORNEY INDICTMENTS

Warren area defendants

U.S. vs. Valentino Thomas Sr., et al.

All 21 defendants are charged in count 1 with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute heroin, crack cocaine and cocaine.

Valentino Thomas, Sr., 41, Detroit, distribution of heroin (x3), use of a phone in commission of a felony.

Anthony L. Ector, Jr., 29, Warren, distribution of heroin (x21), use of a phone in commission of a felony (x21).

Derrick Peete, 22, Detroit, distribution of heroin (x2), use of a phone in commission of a felony.

Lewis C. Powell II, 33, Warren, distribution of heroin (x4), distribution of crack cocaine, felon in possession of a firearm (x14), possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number (x2), unlawful dealing of firearms, felon in possession of body armor, use of a phone in commission of a felony.

Bobby Covington, 26, Warren, distribution of heroin (x3), use of a phone in commission of a felony (x4).

Brian Thomas, 31, Detroit, distribution of heroin (x2).

Quintus Sellers, 24, Warren, distribution of heroin (x3).

Hosea Willis, 21, Warren, distribution of heroin (x3), use of a phone in commission of a felony.

Valentino Thomas, Jr., 22, Warren, distribution of heroin (x2), use of a phone in commission of a felony.

Jawan Thomas, 40, Warren, distribution of heroin (x2).

Bret Jones, 30, Bristolville, distribution of heroin (x4), interstate travel in commission of a felony.

Chance Wells, 22, Warren, distribution of heroin, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x3).

Bryan Sennyk, 33, Warren, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x3).

Toni Angelo, 49, Warren, distribution of crack cocaine, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x5).

Tracie Liptrot, 28, distribution of heroin (x2).

James Cohen, 24, Detroit, distribution of crack cocaine, felon in possession of a firearm.

Ahman McCollum, 28, Warren, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x3).

Stephanie McMahan, 29, Warren, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x3).

Sidney McMahan, 30, Warren, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x4).

Valerie Maddox, 30, Ravenna, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x2)

Benjamin Blakeley IV, 26, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x3).

U.S. v. Jamie Hancock et al.

All nine defendants charged in count 1with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute heroin.

Jamie Hancock, 27, Dayton, distribution of heroin (x14), use of a phone in commission of a felony (x26).

Cornelius Butler III, 32, Warren, distribution of heroin (x10), use of a phone in commission of a felony (x9).

Jovan Hancock, 30, Dayton, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x4).

Lakeia Harris, 30, Dayton, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x6).

DeShawn Brown, 36, Warren, distribution of heroin (x3).

Charles Moore II, 31, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x2).

Wayne Sims Jr., 31, Columbus, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x4).

Vincent Croff, 29, Warren, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x2).

April Polk, 29, Columbus, use of a phone in commission of a felony (x5).

U.S. v. Marcus Hemmingway et al.

All five defendants charged in count 1 with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute crack cocaine.

Marcus Hemmingway, 36, Warren: distribution of crack cocaine (x5), felon in possession of a firearm.

Darnell Defrance, 26, Warren, distribution of crack cocaine (x10).

Timothy Hooks, 45, Hermitage, Pa., distribution of crack cocaine.

Brittany Swogger, 24, Warren distribution of crack cocaine (x4).

James Court, Sr., 56, Girard, distribution of crack cocaine.

Other cases:

Leon Glover Jr., 20, of Warren: unlawful dealing in firearms, possession of a stolen firearm.

John Wayne Provitt Jr., 23, Warren: conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute crack cocaine, distribution of crack cocaine (x8).

Derrick McCullough, 32, Youngstown: conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute crack cocaine, distribution of crack cocaine.

Antonio Tucker, 21, of Warren: distribution of Oxycodone (x3), unlawful dealing in firearms, possession of a stolen firearm, possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number.

Dwayne Bruce, 23, Warren: felon in possession of ammunition.

Margaret Devore, 32, Ashtabula: distribution of Oxycodone (x3), felon in possession of a firearm.

David Martin, 28, Warren: felon in possession of a firearm.

George Gutierres, 23, Youngstown: felon in possession of a firearm.

Brian Henry, 18, Warren: felon in possession of a firearm.

Hector Hernandez, 45, Cortland: felon in possession of a firearm (x2).

Calvin Cole, 51, Warren: felon in possession of a firearm.

Edward Lightning, 29, Youngstown: felon in possession of a firearm.

William McCree: 34, Warren: prohibited person in possession of a firearm.

Allen McGill, 26, Warren: distribution of cocaine (x3), distribution of crack cocaine, prohibited person in possession of a firearm (x2).

Donta Murray, 36, Warren: distribution of crack cocaine, felon in possession of a firearm (x2).

Ted Murray, 39, Warren: felon in possession of a firearm.

John Slade, 23, East Liverpool, felon in possession of a firearm.

Ricky Walker, 54, Warren: conspiracy and dealing firearms without a license, felon in possession of a firearms, possession of an unregistered firearm, possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number.

Henry Walker, 60, Warren: conspiracy and dealing firearms without a license, aiding and abetting a felon in possession of a firearms, possession of an unregistered firearm, possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number.

Goodwin Lofton, 48, Warren: felon in possession of a firearm.

Trumbull County indictments

Lisa Boone, 48, Warren: drug trafficking (x3).

Lindell Brown, 37, Youngstown: drug trafficking.

Elizabeth Burnett, 34, Warren: marijuana trafficking (x3).

Henry Cain, 29, Warren: marijuana trafficking.

Corinna Carnes, 32: Warren: marijuana trafficking (x2), aggravated drug trafficking (x2).

Crystal Code, 48, Warren: aggravated drug trafficking (x2), drug trafficking (x2).

Rhonda L. Coleman, 44, Warren: drug trafficking (x3).

Desemen Douglas, 32, Warren: marijuana trafficking.

Don Drokin, 32, Warren: marijuana trafficking.

Mario Ervin, 33, Warren: trafficking in controlled substances.

Mark Hurt, 32, Warren: cocaine trafficking.

Jamall Jackson, 28, Warren: cocaine trafficking.

Kejuan Johnson, 27, Warren: marijuana trafficking.

Kevin Kirksey, 49, Warren: drug trafficking (x3).

Diane Leano, 58, Warren: drug trafficking (x6).

Todd Letlow, 43, Warren: cocaine trafficking (x4).

Christian Martin, 24, Youngstown: heroin trafficking.

Fred Ritter, 21, Warren: marijuana trafficking, crack-cocaine trafficking (x8).

Sumer Romeo, 35, Youngstown: aggravated drug trafficking.

Jumal Rowe, 19, Warren: cocaine trafficking (x3).

Anthony Stephenson, 31, Warren: marijuana trafficking.

Richard Labooth, 34, Youngstown: marijuana trafficking.

Lindsey Coakley, 25, Warren: marijuana trafficking, cocaine trafficking.


Comments

1Sensible(118 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Arrested on firearms charges???

I thought that the government WASN'T prosecuting firearms violators. At least that what the gun lobby keeps saying.

And Rob Portman voted AGAINST increasing the penalty for trafficking in guns. That makes good sense - NOT.

So is that the new Republican agenda?

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2fess2it(30 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Law enforcement needs to come to Youngstown and do the same thing.

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3RTS1416(117 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

PYROC..So if the illegal buyer is turned away from a firearm purchase do to failing to background check I would say the background check has done it's job. If we expanded those background checks to other purchases such as online or gun show purchases they would again be turned away and again not aquire the weapon, makes sense to me. Attempting to prosecute them for the original violation does nothing to keep them from going to where they know there is no check.
Understand?

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4auntiem4cabs(113 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Ahhhh. You should send those fellas over to the apartments behind Subway on Midlothian! Its like Warren Ohio in a PARKING LOT!!!

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5Sensible(118 comments)posted 1 year, 7 months ago

Pyroc....
Just read comment over on another thread that helps.
It's the last comment here:
http://www.vindy.com/news/2013/apr/17...

In essence what it says is that not everyone who gets an initial denial (approx 78,000 in 2012) is a felon or has committed perjury. Apparently there a significant number of initial denials that are "false-positives"

NICS processed 19,600,000 background checks last year and had some 78,000 initial denials (less than 1%). Based on past history 95+ % are reversed after additional investigation.

From that you could conclude that were only 4000 or so that were really prohibited persons.

If those 4000 committed perjury, I agree that they should be prosecuted (if you can find them and or they are not already in jail!)

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