14 Charged for Heroin Distribution
WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) - Federal prosecutors have charged 14 people with helping distribute heroin near Waterloo, Iowa, between 2007 and 2012.
The indictments in the case were just recently unsealed. Prosecutors say the people involved helped distribute at least 1,000 grams of heroin.
The Waterloo residents charged were: 57-year-old Lusta Johnson, 54-year-old Catherine Johnson, 39-year-old Dominick Watts, 50-year-old Conny Miles, 42-year-old Leroy Baylor, 54-year-old Bryant Olive, 37-year-old Antoine Williams, 57-year-old Barbara Brooks, 53-year-old Raydell Talbert, 44-year-old Frank Nelson, 56-year-old Fred Olive, 57-year-old Veronica Kelly, and 46-year-old April Tillman.
Prosecutors also charged 45-year-old Mavia Walker, of Chicago.
If convicted, each of the individuals involved could be sentenced to at least 10 years in prison.
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