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Davenport Man Sentenced After Federal Drug Conspiracy Conviction

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 30, 2012

DAVENPORT, IA- On November 30, 2012, Charles Glen Harrington, age 41, from Davenport, Iowa was sentenced by United States District Court Judge John A. Jarvey, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to distribute cocaine base, announced United States Attorney Nicholas A. Klinefeldt. Harrington was sentenced to 168 months imprisonment and ordered to serve five years supervised release following his imprisonment. Harrington was also ordered to pay $100 towards the Crime Victims Fund.

From approximately October 2007 until June 2011, Alon Shorter, Dale Shorter, Roscoe Lee, Charles Bateman, Charles Harrington, David Minor and Kadar Wall conspired to distribute in excess of 2.8 kilograms of cocaine base. This investigation included controlled purchases of crack cocaine from Harrington on February 22, 2010, February 25, 2010, March 1, 2010, March 5, 2010, and March 23, 2010. The crack cocaine distributed by Minor came from co-conspirators Dale and Alon Shorter. Harrington admitted to being directly responsible for, and it was reasonably foreseeable to him that others in this conspiracy were responsible for, in excess of 2.8 kilograms of crack cocaine.

This case was investigated by the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Iowa Department of Public Safety, Division of Narcotics Enforcement, and the Davenport, Iowa, Police Department, and was prosecuted by the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Iowa.

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