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Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
Northern District of West Virginia

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday, February 3, 2014

Three Martinsburg Residents Arrested Pursuant To Federal Indictments

1125 Chapline Street, Federal Building, Suite 3000 ● Wheeling, WV 26003
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MARTINSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA – Three Martinsburg residents were arrested on January 31, 2013, pursuant to Indictments returned by a Federal Grand Jury.

According to United States Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld, II, DANIEL WILLIAM JAMISON was named in a one-count Indictment charging him with “Felon in Possession of Ammunition.” The Indictment alleges that on December 23, 2013, JAMISON, who had previously been convicted on June 5, 2006, in the Circuit Court of Arlington County, Virginia, on the offense of failure to perform construction and on July 25, 2006, in the Circuit Court of Stafford County, Virginia, for construction fraud, possessed five rounds of Cascade Cartridge, Inc. .22 caliber Winchester Magnum Rimfire ammunition. The U.S. Attorney’s Office is seeking to forfeit ammunition which was seized from JAMISON on December 23, 2013. JAMISON faces up to 10 years in prison.

TIMICO CONSTINE JOHNSON a/k/a TC, age 43, and MISTY ANN TARMAN, age 41, of Martinsburg, were named in an eight-count Indictment charging them with “Conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute and to Distribute Crack Cocaine.” JOHNSON is named in seven additional counts and TARMAN is named in five additional counts for “Distribution of Crack Cocaine.” JOHNSON and TARMAN each face up to twenty years in prison on each count.

These cases will be prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Jarod J. Douglas and were investigated by the Eastern Panhandle Drug & Violent Crime Task Force, consisting of officers from the West Virginia State Police - Bureau of Criminal Investigation, the Martinsburg Police Department, the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Department, and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department, as well as uniformed officers of the West Virginia State Police.

Updated January 7, 2015