Three drug defendants appear in federal court in Beckley
Beckley, W.Va. – United States Attorney Booth Goodwin announced today that three drug dealers made appearance in federal court in Beckley today. Evelyn Ann Sizemore, 32, of Lewisburg, pled guilty to using a communication facility to facilitate a felony, admitting that on December 9, 2014, she used a telephone around Lewisburg to send a text message to arrange a drug deal. Shortly after the text message was sent, Sizemore sold heroin to a confidential informant working with law enforcement. Sizemore faces up to four years in prison and a $250,000 fine when she is sentenced on October 8, 2015.
Two additional drug defendants from Huntington, West Virginia were also sentenced today in Beckley federal court. Randolph Ingram, 55, was sentenced to four years in prison for using a communication facility to facilitate a felony, and Rachel Jade Corrigan, 26, was sentenced to three years of probation for aiding and abetting the distribution of heroin. Ingram and Corrigan pled guilty in February of 2015. Ingram admitted using a telephone to help arrange the sale of heroin in Lewisburg, and Corrigan admitted that after the Ingram sold the heroin, she concealed the money in her underwear to take it to Huntington.
The cases were investigated by the Greenbrier Valley Drug and Violent Crime Task Force under the Greenbrier Valley Heroin and Pill Inititative, a part of an ongoing effort led by the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of West Virginia to combat the sale of heroin and the illicit sale and misuse of prescription drugs and heroin in communities across the Southern District. Assistant United States Attorney John File prosecuted these cases.