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U.S. Attorney’s Office
Eastern District of Missouri

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Enforcer of a Drug Trafficking Organization is Sentenced to 35 years in Prison

St. Louis, MO –Terrance Wilson, a/k/a “Mutt,” 30, of St. Louis, was sentenced today to 35 years in prison for conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and use of a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking offense resulting in death. 

On April 24, 2018, Terrance Wilson, a/k/a “Mutt,” entered pleas to drug conspiracy and a firearms charges.  According to the plea agreement, defendant Wilson also served as an enforcer for the Donald White Drug Trafficking Organization and participated in the murders of Ronald James, Michael McGill, and Darrion Williams, Jr.

According to Wilson’s plea agreement he participated in several murders.  On July 28, 2009, Wilson participated in the murder of Ronald James in front of Dismas House.  The Donald White Organization enlisted Wilson and another to gun down James as part of an ongoing drug war.  On March 26, 2010, Michael McGill was lured to the 5100 block of Maffitt, where he was murdered by members of the White Organization, including Wilson, who acted as a shooter. On July 23, 2010, Darrion Williams, Jr. was lured to an alley behind the 5100 block of Maffitt for a purported drug deal where he was gunned down by members of the White Organization.  As part of his plea agreement, Wilson also admitted to his involvement in the murder of Damon Walker on April 30, 2010. 

In May 2018, a jury convicted Donald Stewart, Wilson’s codefendant, of conspiracy to distribute narcotics and firearms charges related to the murders of Michael McGill and Darrion Williams, Jr.  Stewart’s sentencing is set in January 2019. 

The case was investigated by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department’s Intelligence and Homicide Divisions, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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Updated November 20, 2018