Nearly 40 plead guilty in massive CNY drug bust

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - Nearly 40 suspects have pleaded guilty to their role in a massive drug ring that was reportedly taken down during the Attorney General’s office’s Operation Bricktown.

The campaign targeted a drug ring centered around 30 members of Syracuse’s Bricktown Gang.

During the investigation, law enforcement recovered:

•    Over two kilograms of cocaine
•    1,128 envelopes of heroin and over 20 grams of loose heroin
•    9mm Lorcin handgun, loaded and with the serial number obliterated (through ballistics testing, this gun was linked to 13 incidents in Syracuse from 2015 to 2016)
•    .40 caliber Glock handgun, loaded with a 30-round magazine
•    9mm Sig Sauer handgun, loaded with a 15-round magazine
•    .45 caliber Taurus handgun, loaded
•    12-gauge shotgun
•    Drug paraphernalia, including scales, packaging and cutting agents
•    $3,657
•    ecstasy pills and psychedelic mushrooms

The defendants received the following sentences:
•    Rasue Barnett: Will be sentenced on October 2 to 2 years in prison and 1 year post-release supervision, concurrent to his sentence in Operation Gravy Train
•    Bishop Black:  Sentenced on August 28 to a 1 year jail sentence
•    Delaughn Brown: Sentenced on September 7  to 1-3 years in prison             
•    Christopher Caldwell: Will be sentenced on October 16 to 4 years in prison and 1 year post-release supervision
•    Devon Christman:  Sentenced on September 18 to probation
•    Artel Clarke: Sentenced on July 5 to 2 years in prison and 1 year post-release supervision
•    Khalil Davis: Will be sentenced on September 29 to 5 years in prison and 2 ½ years post-release supervision, concurrent to a sentence on an unrelated robbery in Onondaga County Court
•    Kivon Davis:  Sentenced on July 7 to 5 years’ probation
•    Savon Ellick-Sanders: Sentenced on September 7 to 3-9 years in prison to run concurrently with an additional sentence of 6 ½ years in prison with 5 years post-release supervision
•    David Floyd: Sentenced on July 20 to 2 years in prison and 1 year post-release supervision
•    Lyndard Funderbrug:  Sentenced on July 7 to probation
•    Raymond Harris: Sentenced on August 28 to 1-year in jail
•    Joshua Hester: Sentenced on September 7 to 3 ½ years in prison and 2 years post-release supervision
•    John Horton: Sentenced on August 28 to 5 years’ probation
•    Shantajah Hunter: Sentenced on September 7 to 5 years probation
•    Matthew Hutchins:  Sentenced on September 18 to probation
•    Quincy Jones: Sentenced on August 29 to 8 years and 1 ½ years post-release supervision to run concurrent with a sentence of 2-4 years in prison
•    James Kelly: Sentenced on July 7 to time served and 5 years probation
•    Terrence Kilmer: Sentence will be determined by the court on October 16
•    Shakeem Kitchen: Sentenced on July 7 to 2 years in prison and 1 ½ years post-release supervision
•    Antwan McGee: Sentenced on July 27 to 4 years in prison and 1 ½ years post-release supervision
•    Gary Moore: Sentenced on September 7 to probation
•    Michael Morgan: Will be sentenced on September 29 to 5 years in prison and 1 ½ years post-release supervision to run concurrently with an additional sentence of 3-6 years in prison
•    Matthew Muldoon: Sentence will be determined by the court on September 29 
•    Michael Myers: Sentenced on July 20 to 4 ½ years in prison and 1 ½ years of post-release supervision
•    Kamar Parke: Sentenced on July 5 to 3 to 6 years in prison
•    Joshua Poole: Sentenced on July 7 to 2 years in prison and 1 year post-release supervision, which will run consecutively to a prison sentence he is serving from an unrelated Cortland County case
•    Reggie Robinson: Sentenced on July 5 to 3 years in prison and 3 years post-release supervision
•    Kendrick Rowser: Sentenced on July 27 to time served and probation
•    Miquan Russo: Sentenced on July 20 to 5 years in prison and 1 ½ years of post-release supervision
•    Charles Scott: Sentenced on September 7 to 6 years in prison and 5 years post-release supervision
•    Lacy Sellers: Will be sentenced on September 29 to 5 years’ probation
•    Daquan Sullivan: Will be sentenced on October 2 to 3 1/2 years in prison and 3 years post-release supervision
•    Demetrius Sullivan: Will be sentenced on October 16 to 3 years in prison + 2 years post-release supervision, which is anticipated to run consecutively to a Federal violation of probation
•    Terri Tyler:  Sentenced on July 27 to probation
•    Glen White: Will be sentenced on September 25 to 4 ½ to 9 years in prison to run concurrently with another sentence of 7 years in prison with 1 ½ years of post-release supervision
•    Emerson Kinsey: Will be sentenced on October 16 to 4 years in prison and 1 ½ years post-release supervision
•    Asian McArthur: Will be sentenced on October 10 to 2-4 years in prison
•    Kelly Babbitt: Sentenced on August 4 to 5 years’ probation
 


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