45-Count Indictment Handed Down In Broome County, NY Heroin Kingpin Case

A Broome County, NY, grand jury recently handed down a 45-count indictment in a case against an drug organization allegedly run by Devon Johnson. The crew allegedly shipped heroin from New York City to Broome County. According to WICZ, the following have been charged:

Devon Johnson, age 38:

Operating as a Major Trafficker, a Class A-I Felony

Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance, in the second degree, a Class A-II Felony

Enterprise Corruption, a Class B Felony

Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance, in the third degree, a Class B Felony (four counts)

Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, in the third degree, a Class B Felony (two counts)

Maurice Rollins, age 44:

Operating as a Major Trafficker, a Class A-I Felony

Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance, in the second degree, a Class A-II Felony

Enterprise Corruption, a Class B Felony

Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance, in the third degree, a Class B Felony (twenty counts)

Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, in the third degree, a Class B Felony (two counts)

Ferris Brown, age 32:

Operating as a Major Trafficker, a Class A-I Felony

Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance, in the second degree, a Class A-II Felony (two counts)

Enterprise Corruption, a Class B Felony

Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance, in the third degree, a Class B Felony (ten counts)

Shawn Perry, age 37:

Operating as a Major Trafficker, a Class A-I Felony

Enterprise Corruption, a Class B Felony

Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance, in the third degree, a Class B Felony (four counts)

Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, in the third degree, a Class B Felony (two counts)

Andrew Savo, age 57:

Enterprise Corruption, a Class B Felony

Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance, in the third degree, a Class B Felony (two counts)

Mary Peters, age 54:

Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance, in the third degree, a Class B Felony (three counts)

Brandon Gagnier: age 30:

Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance, in the third degree, a Class B Felony

A total of nine arrests have been made so far. If convicted, the defendants face 15 years to life in prison under New York’s kingpin law, which requires “$75,000 of activity or more within a 12-month period.” According to DA Steve Cornwell, the accused did so every two months.

Peep the story of the 12 alleged trappers recently busted for slinging heroin, meth and cocaine in Washington and Nevada.

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