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Police release list of Warren sweep indictments

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WARREN, Ohio - After a massive drug and gun sweep in the city, police have identified those who were indicted. Those involved were charged by state or federally, and some are still outstanding.

 

State charges

  • Lisa Boone
  • Lindell Brown
  • Ridge Bryant
  • Elizabeth Burnette
  • Henry Cain
  • Corinna Carnes
  • Lindsey Coakley
  • Crystal Code
  • Rhonda Coleman
  • Mark Dixon
  • Desemen Douglas
  • Don Drokin
  • Mario Ervin
  • Mark Hurt
  • Jamal Jackson
  • KeJuan Johnson
  • Kevin Kirksey
  • Richard Labooth
  • Diane Leano
  • Todd Letlow
  • Christin Martin
  • Charvonta Price
  • Fred Ritter
  • Summer Romeo
  • Jamal Rowe
  • Anthony Stephenson
  • Eric Van Cobb
  • Terrell Price
  • Paige Martinez
  • Marvin Royal
  • Molly Van Horn

Federal charges

  • Toni Angelo
  • Benjamin Blakeley
  • Deshawn Brown
  • Dwayne Bruce
  • Cornelius Butler III
  • James Cohen
  • Calvin Cole
  • James Court
  • Bobby Covington
  • Darnell Defrance
  • Margaret Devore
  • Anthony Ector
  • George Gutieres
  • Jovan Hancock
  • Marcus Hemingway
  • Brian Henry
  • Hector Hernandez
  • Timothy Hooks
  • Bret Jones
  • Edward Lightning
  • Goodwin Lofton
  • Valerie Maddox
  • David Martin
  • Ahmen McCollum
  • William McCree
  • Derrick McCullough
  • Allen McGill
  • Sidney McMahan
  • Stephanie McMahan
  • Donte Murray
  • Ted Murray
  • Derrick Peete
  • April Polk
  • Lewis Powell
  • John Provitt
  • Bryan Sennyk
  • Brittany Swogger
  • Brian Thomas
  • Jawan Thomas
  • Valentino Thomas, Jr.
  • Antonio Tucker
  • Henry Walker
  • Ralph Walker
  • Chance Wells
  • Hosea Willis
  • Quintis Sellers
  • Wayne Sims

Still outstanding

  • David Baldwin
  • La'Fra Bell
  • Vincent Croff
  • Dewayne Foston
  • Leon Glover
  • Marion Hall
  • Lakeia Harris
  • Julius Hines
  • Tracie Liprot
  • Charles Moore II
  • Randall Morgan
  • John Slade
  • Caliqua Smith
  • Brian Swogger
  • Steven Thomas
  • Valentino Thomas, Sr.
  • Bryant Thompson
  • Antontio Tucker
  • Matthew Young

 

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