"OPERATION EAGLECLAW"

Federal Cases

Antonio Maurice Kennedy: was charged along with three co-defendants, Lloyd C. Dove, Napoleon Dove, and Antoine Stanley, on May 14, 2002, with one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base (crack) and two counts of distribution of cocaine base (crack). He pled guilty on August 5, 2002, to the conspiracy count. One car was forfeited and on December 16, 2002, he was sentenced to 210 months imprisonment, 5 years supervised release, $100 assessment, and $7,500 fine.

Lloyd Cleveland Dove: was charged along with co-defendants Napoleon Dove, Antonio Kennedy, and Antoine Stanley, with one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base (crack) and two counts of distribution of cocaine base (crack). He pled guilty on July 22, 2002, to the conspiracy count and was sentenced to 120 months imprisonment, 5 years supervised release, $100 assessment, and $5,000 fine on December 16, 2002.

Napoleon Dove: was charged along with co-defendants Lloyd Dove, Antonio Kennedy, and Antoine Stanley, with one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base (crack) and two counts of distribution of cocaine base (crack). He pled guilty on July 22, 2002, to the conspiracy count and was sentenced to 21 months imprisonment, 5 years supervised release, and $100 assessment on February 18, 2003.

Antoine Shavezz Stanley: was charged along with co-defendants Lloyd Dove, Napoleon Dove, and Antonio Kennedy, with one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base (crack) and one count of distribution of cocaine base (crack). He pled guilty on September 16, 2002, to the conspiracy count and was sentenced to 120 months imprisonment, 5 years supervised release, and $100 assessment on December 16, 2002.

William Ray Thaggard: was charged on August 8, 2002, with one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base (crack) and two counts of distribution of cocaine base (crack). On October 29, 2002, he pled guilty to the conspiracy count and was sentenced on April 30, 2003, to 174 months imprisonment, 5 years supervised release, $100 assessment, and $3,300 restitution. One car and U. S. currency were seized by order of forfeiture.

Jimmy Edward Simpler: was charged with three counts of possession with intent to distribute cocaine base (crack) on January 15, 2003. He pled guilty to one count on March 31, 2003. He was sentenced on July 8, 2003, to 120 months imprisonment, 5 years supervised release, and $100 assessment.

Shamar Dramell Johnson: was charged along with Dane B. Norford, with one count of conspiracy, one count of interstate transportation in aid of racketeering (ITAR), one count of possession with intent to distribute cocaine, and one count of distribution of cocaine. He pled guilty to the conspiracy count on October 15, 2002, and was sentenced to 262 months imprisonment, 5 years supervised release, and $100 assessment on January 27, 2003.

Dane Burnell Norford: was charged with one count of conspiracy, one count of interstate transportation in aid of racketeering (ITAR), one count of possession with intent to distribute cocaine, and one count of distribution of cocaine, along with Shamar D. Johnson. Norford pled guilty to the conspiracy count on October 15, 2002, and was sentenced to 300 months imprisonment, 5 years supervised release, and $100 assessment on January 27, 2003.

Elmer Ray Vaughn: was charged on August 20, 2002, with one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base (crack) and three counts of aiding and abetting in the distribution of cocaine base (crack). He pled guilty to the conspiracy count on December 9, 2002, and was sentenced on May 13, 2003, to 74 months imprisonment, 5 years supervised release, and $100 assessment.

Al Ray Barnes: was charged on March 19, 2003, with one conspiracy count and one distribution of cocaine base (crack) count. He pled guilty on June 9, 2003, to the conspiracy and was sentenced to 94 months imprisonment, 5 years supervised release, and $100 assessment on October 27, 2003. One car was seized in this case.
Jonothor Maurice Fields: was charged on August 6, 2003, with two counts of distribution of cocaine base (crack) and one conspiracy to distribute cocaine base (crack) count. On December 9, 2003, he pled guilty to the conspiracy count. Sentencing is scheduled for June 7, 2004.

Connell Lee Berry: was charged with two counts of distribution of cocaine base (crack) and one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base (crack). He pled guilty on October 14, 2003, to all counts and was sentenced on February 3, 2004, to 120 months imprisonment, 5 years supervised release, $300 assessment, and $5,000 fine.

Gregory Andra Bryant: was charged on August 21, 2003, with three counts of distribution of cocaine base (crack) and one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base (crack). He pled guilty on December 8, 2003, to the conspiracy charge. Sentencing is scheduled for June 7, 2004.

Antonio Demonta Harvey: was charged on December 18, 2003, along with Benjamin E. Tyson, Jr., Torrie M. Hood, and Ali J. Freeman, with one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base (crack) and two counts of distribution of cocaine base (crack). He was arraigned on April 5, 2004, and pled not guilty. Trial is set for April 26, 2004.

Benjamin Earl Tyson, Jr.: was charged along with Torrie M. Hood, Antonio D. Harvey, and Ali J. Freeman, with one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base (crack) and one count of distribution of cocaine base (crack). He pled guilty on March 1, 2004, to the distribution charge and is awaiting sentencing.

Torrie M. Hood: was charged along with Antonio D. Harvey, Ali J. Freeman, and Benjamin E. Tyson, Jr., with one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base (crack), four counts of distribution of cocaine base (crack), and one firearm count. On March 1, 2004, he pled guilty to the conspiracy count and the firearm count and is awaiting sentencing.

Ali J. Freeman: was charged along with Antonio D. Harvey, Benjamin E. Tyson, and Torrie M. Hood, with one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base (crack) and one count of distribution of cocaine base (crack). He remains a fugitive.

NOTE: FEDERAL PAROLE HAS BEEN ABOLISHED.