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OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES ATTORNEY
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF WEST VIRGINIA

William J. Ihlenfeld, II
UNITED STATES ATTORNEY


1125 Chapline Street, Federal Building, Suite 3000 ● Wheeling, WV 26003
(304) 234-0100 ● Contact: Fawn E. Thomas, Public Affairs Specialist

July 11, 2011
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Thirteen Sentenced on Drug & Firearm Charges

MARTINSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA — Thirteen defendants were sentenced on July 6, 2011, in United States District Court in Martinsburg by Chief Judge John Preston Bailey.

United States Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld, II, announced that:

TERRY LEE BULLOCK, JR., age 37, of Kearneysville, was sentenced to 90 months imprisonment to be followed by six years supervised release. BULLOCK entered a plea of guilty on January 11, 2011, to one count of an Indictment charging him with possession with intent to distribute “crack” cocaine, on April 16, 2009. BULLOCK is in federal custody. The case was investigated by the Eastern Panhandle Drug & Violent Crimes Task Force.

RALPH DOUGLAS JOHNSON, age 28, of Martinsburg, was sentenced to 70 months imprisonment to be followed by three years supervised release. JOHNSON entered a plea of guilty on March 2, 2011, to one count of an Indictment charging him with possession with intent to distribute “crack” cocaine on March 13, 2008, in Martinsburg. JOHNSON is in federal custody. The case was investigated by the Eastern Panhandle Drug & Violent Crimes Task Force and uniformed officers from the West Virginia State Police.

The case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Thomas O. Mucklow.

KANDASE NICHOLE BAKER, age 23, of Kearneysville, West Virginia, was sentenced to 60 months imprisonment to be followed by four years supervised release. BAKER entered a plea of guilty on March 16, 2011, to one count of an Indictment charging her with possession with intent to distribute cocaine base on August 14, 2009, in Martinsburg. BAKER is currently free on bond and will self-report to a designated federal institution. The case was investigated by the Martinsburg Police Department and the West Virginia State Police.

MAURICE DANIEL BUSH, age 30, of Inwood, West Virginia, was sentenced to 46 months imprisonment to be followed by five years supervised release. BUSH entered a plea of guilty on March 10, 2011, to one count of an Indictment charging him with possession with intent to distribute cocaine base on November 4, 2010, in Inwood. BUSH is in federal custody. The case was investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives and the Eastern Panhandle Drug & Violent Crimes Task Force.

NATHANIEL TODD MCCORMICK, age 30, of Bunker Hill, West Virginia, was sentenced to 37 months imprisonment to be followed by three years supervised release. MCCORMICK entered a plea of guilty on March 10, 2011, to a one-count Indictment charging him with being a felon in possession of a firearm on October 8, 2010, in Berkeley County. MCCORMICK was previously convicted of 2nd degree robbery in Berkeley County Circuit Court and was prohibited from possessing a firearm. MCCORMICK is in federal custody. The case was investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives and the Eastern Panhandle Drug & Violent Crimes Task Force.

SHELBY LEE CAMPBELL, age 40, of Ridgeley, West Virginia, was sentenced to 12 months and one day imprisonment to be followed by two years supervised release. CAMPBELL entered a plea of guilty on April 11, 2011, to one count of an Indictment charging her with being a felon in possession of a firearm. CAMPBELL has a prior conviction for a felony and is prohibited from possessing firearms. She stole a firearm and pawned it on April 13, 2009. CAMPBELL is free on bond and will self-report to a designated federal institution. The case was investigated by the Ridgeley Police Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives.

RICHARD ANDREW ZOMBRO, age 43, of Bunker Hill, West Virginia, was sentenced to 10 months imprisonment to be followed by two years supervised release. ZOMBRO entered a plea of guilty on April 5, 2011, to one count of an Indictment charging him with disposing of stolen firearms in September 2010, which he took from his employer’s home while working as a handyman. ZOMBRO is currently free on bond and will self-report to a designated federal institution. The case was investigated by the Department of Homeland Security Investigations within Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives.

The cases were prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Paul T. Camilletti.

DANIEL R. KEMP, age 32, of Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia, was sentenced to 70 months imprisonment to be followed by three years supervised release. KEMP entered a plea of guilty on March 7, 2011, to one count of an Indictment charging him with the distribution of heroin on August 24, 2010, in Jefferson County.

MELISSA KEMP, also known as “MISSY ANN PUMA,” age 33, also of Shenandoah Junction, was sentenced to 10 months imprisonment to be followed by six years supervised release. KEMP entered a plea of guilty on February 24, 2011, to one count of an Indictment charging her with aiding and abetting the distribution of heroin on August 24, 2010, in Shenandoah Junction. KEMP is in federal custody.

The case was investigated by the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force.

JOHNNY TOUSSAINT, also known as “LITTLE KEVIN,” age 28, of Martinsburg, was sentenced to 63 months imprisonment to be followed by three years supervised release. TOUSSAINT entered a plea of guilty on January 10, 2011, to one count of an Indictment charging him with the distribution of “crack” cocaine on March 17, 2009, in Berkeley County. TOUSSAINT is in federal custody. The case was investigated by the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force.

DURRELL JOHNSON, age 25, of Martinsburg, was sentenced to 63 months imprisonment to be followed by four years supervised release. JOHNSON entered a plea of guilty on April 15, 2011, to one count of an Indictment charging him with possession with intent to distribute “crack” cocaine on October 29, 2009, in Martinsburg. JOHNSON is in federal custody. The case was investigated by the Martinsburg Police Department.

ROBERT KENNETH KACKLEY, age 49, of Martinsburg, was sentenced to 27 months imprisonment to be followed by six years supervised release. KACKLEY entered a plea of guilty on April 14, 2011, to one count of an Indictment charging him with the distribution of “crack” cocaine on November 17, 2010, in Martinsburg. KACKLEY is in federal custody. The case was investigated by the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force.

JULIE HOLLIDAY, age 38, of Ranson, West Virginia, was sentenced to six months imprisonment to be followed by three years supervised release. HOLLIDAY entered a plea of guilty on February 25, 2011, to one count of an Indictment charging her with the distribution of heroin on August 24, 2010, in Shenandoah Junction. HOLLIDAY was remanded to the custody of the United States Marshal. The case was investigated by the Eastern Panhandle Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force.

The cases were prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Erin K. Reisenweber.

The Eastern Panhandle Drug & Violent Crimes Task Force consists 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.

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