More Federal Drug Sting Defendants Sentenced

Published 12/18 2012 06:05PM

Updated 12/18 2012 06:38PM

    More suspects involved in a federal drug sting in Wichita Falls now know their punishments.
    Eddie Ramone Barry Jr. is sentenced to 84 months in federal prison.
    He'll receive 35 months credit for time already served for a state drug conviction.
    Danielle Denise Cleaver is sentenced to 48 months federal prison.
    She'll get 13 months credit for time served.
    Elmondo Gildon is sentenced to 84 months federal prison.
    He'll get 16 months credit for time already served.
    Kemmy Holliman is sentenced to 46 months in federal prison.
    They are among 30 people arrested after an investigation that began before New Years Day in 2009 and wrapped up earlier this year.
    FBI officials installed a camera on a light pole in the Budget Inn parking lot on Scott St and recorded activity at the motel for more than a year.
    Assistant US Attorney Brandon McCarthy says most of the defendants were caught on camera selling drugs to undercover agents.
    Each is charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute crack cocaine.

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