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Tuesday, 24 February 2009

Arrests of several members of Evonnie Boyz and Gyrlz gang could cut down on the amount of crack cocaine being distributed in Washtenaw County.


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On Tuesday, five members of what police call the "Evonnie Boyz & Gyrlz" street gang pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute crack cocaine.Arrests of several members of a Jackson street gang could cut down on the amount of crack cocaine being distributed in Washtenaw County.Special Agent John Felton, who runs the Ann Arbor office of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, said the gang had a "drug pipeline" from Detroit to Jackson. He said some of the drugs were distributed in Washtenaw County, and one suspect lives in Ann Arbor but has not yet been charged in the case.A total of eight people have been charged and face sentences of 10 to 27 years in prison, depending on prior convictions.Authorities said several of the defendants sold crack cocaine to undercover officers.
Those who pleaded guilty Tuesday included gang leader Deondre Mullen, 33; Dwight Fullilove, 22; Jarrell Fullilove, 24; Dionte Reed, 20; and DeShawn Sweet, 21. Other defendants who previously entered pleas were Sharonda Bailey, 23; Jamie Wagner, 20; and Delano Tarpley, 19


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