Selma Man Sentenced To Twenty Years Confinement In Drug Trafficking Case
MOBILE, AL-- United States Attorney Kenyen R. Brown announces that Daniel Louis McReynolds, Jr., was sentenced to twenty years confinement today for his involvement in an extensive drug trafficking conspiracy. McReynolds was previously indicted with co-defendants Labarry Soloman, Allen Nettles, Marlon Smith, Glenn Edward Williams, Jr. and Keatrick Lewis. All the other co-defendants were sentenced in 2012. The Court also ordered the forfeiture of five vehicles that were used in the drug trafficking conspiracy. The vehicles will be sold and eighty percent of the proceeds from the sale will be given to the Selma Police Department. Congress has made it mandatory for federal drug defendants who are convicted of drug offenses to forfeit drug proceeds they obtained from selling illegal drugs as well as assets they used to facilitate drug transactions. The United States Attorney, Kenyen R. Brown, praised the efforts of the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Selma Police Department, who worked together for approximately two years to bring the case to fruition. The United States Marshal’s Service, Fugitive Investigation Team, also assisted in finding and arresting McReynolds after he was declared a fugitive.
This case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney George F. May of the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Alabama.
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