Fate of Operation Augusta Ink defendants

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Smaller in scale and with fewer arrests, Operation Fox Hunt differs from the Richmond County Sheriff's Office's previous undercover operation - 2007's Operation Augusta Ink - in some big ways.



"We spent less money, got less guns, arrested fewer suspects," sheriff's Maj. Ken Autry said. "It was not as large, but it may have as great an impact."

In Augusta Ink, officers set up a phony tattoo parlor to connect with criminals selling guns and drugs. Of 96 arrests, 13 suspects received a sentence of 10 years or more. Sixteen got probation; seven cases were dismissed.

fate of defendants

Each defendant listed with the charge, outcome and the court where convicted.

Dewane Maurice Cain: burglary; 5 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Kelcey Dewayne Roberts: two counts of theft by receiving stolen property; 2 years' prison, 3 probation; federal

Darren Rouse: trafficking cocaine; case dismissed; federal

John Sheppard: trafficking in cocaine; 10.83 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Larry Mims: theft by receiving stolen property; 3.08 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Balaam Benjamin Grinnage: felon in possession of a firearm; 6.42 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

George Edwards Jr.: distribution of five grams or more of crack cocaine; 5.92 years' prison, 5 years' probation; federal

Antron Quintez McCladdie: felon in possession of a firearm; 6 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Marquell Washington: possession of firearm having an obliterated serial number; 1.5 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Jerell DeAngelo Wilson: distribution of marijuana; 1.67 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Jonathan David Bridges: distribution of marijuana; 6 months' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Justin Brian Bossick: distribution of marijuana; 6 months' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Dewane Maurice Cain: possession of stolen firearms; 5 years' prison, 5 years' probation; federal

Robert Eugene Hale: possession and sale of stolen firearms; 3.33 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Kenneth Wayne Campbell: felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition; 2.33 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Timothy David Chalker: transfer of an unregistered sawed-off shotgun without proper application; 1.5 years' prison, 5 years' probation; federal

Darrell Marquail Council: two counts of possession of an unregistered sawed-off shotgun; 3.42 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Christopher Lorenzo Curtis: possession and sale of a stolen firearm; 2.25 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Cedric Derell Davenport: possession and sale of stolen firearm; 5.42 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Dennis Durham: distribution of cocaine hydrochloride; 1.33 years' prison, 5 years' probation; federal

James Lewis Jackson Jr.: distribution of cocaine hydrochloride; 13.33 years' prison, 5 years' probation; federal

Jonathan Marcell Johnson: distribution of cocaine hydrochloride; 7.33 years' prison, 5 years' probation; federal

Marvin Hikeem Griffin: possession of stolen firearm; 3 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Jermaine Hannah: possession of unregistered sawed-off shotgun; 6.5 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Serrano Marquese Williams: possession of an unregistered sawed-off shotgun; 3.67 years' prison, 3 year probation; federal

Randy Eugene Harris: making false statements in the acquisition of firearms; 1.5 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Vachael Jessie: distribution of cocaine hydrochloride; 2 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Danaschio Donte Murphy: dealing in firearms without a license; 3.76 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Moses Adam James Pierce: felon in possession of a firearm; 5 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Tyrone Robinson: felon in possession of a firearm; 4.33 years' prison 3 years' probation; federal

Marcus Darrell Salmond: distribution of marijuana; 0.67 year prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Willie James Johnson: felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition; 2.25 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

John Anthony Osborne: dealing in firearms without a license; 3 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

James Ernest Shaffer: possession of a firearm having an obliterated serial number; 5 years' probation; federal

Jumar Antwan Sheppard: distribution of five grams or more of cocaine base; 5.5 years' prison, 5 years' probation; federal

James Bartell Smiley: felon in possession of a firearm; 3 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Marquell Washington: possession of a firearm having an obliterated serial number; 1.5 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Cordero Giovanni Anfield: conspiracy to distribute schedule one and two controlled substances; dismissed; federal

Vincent White: conspiracy to distribute schedule one and two controlled substances; 12 years' prison, 5 years' probation; federal

Tonya Jackson Larry: conspiracy to distribute schedule one and two controlled substances; 7.5 years' prison, 5 years' probation; federal

Rodriquez Chavantez Palmer: conspiracy to distribute schedule one and two controlled substances; 15 years' prison, 5 years' probation; federal

Charlene Cooper: conspiracy to distribute schedule one and two controlled substances; 8 years' prison, 5 years' probation; federal

Xavier Zane Baker: theft of firearms from a federally licensed firearms dealer; 5.92 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Jimmy Bonaparte: two counts of distribution of cocaine; 6.42 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Cyrus Bernard Brown: theft of firearms from a federally licensed firearms dealer; 7 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

William Darrell Johnson: theft of firearms from a federally licensed firearms dealer; 8 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Lloyd Trent Ray: two counts of possession and sale of a stolen firearm; 4.17 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Jerald Antwon Singleton: two counts of possession and sale of a stolen firearm; dismissed; federal

Patrick Lorenzo Dawson: sale or possession of a stolen motor vehicle; 7 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Gregory Humphrey: sale of possession of stolen motor vehicle; time served pretrial, 3 years' probation; federal

Larry Thomas Harris: conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of cocaine base; 11 years' prison, 5 years' probation; federal

Tekeil Darris Lee: possession of stolen firearms; 2.25 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

James Shubert Clifford Jr.: receipt of a firearm while under indictment; 2 years' prison, 3 probation; federal

Jacob Plowright: conspiracy to use and carry a firearm during a crime of violence; commercial business robbery; hijacking a motor vehicle; using; 32 years' prison; federal

Nathaniel Jones: conspiracy to use and carry a firearm during a crime of violence; commercial business robbery; hijacking a motor vehicle; using; 30 years' prison; federal

Raphael Milligan: conspiracy to use and carry a firearm during a crime of violence; commercial business robbery; hijacking a motor vehicle; using; 25 years' prison; federal

Matthew Roberts: conspiracy to use, carry a firearm during a crime of violence; using; 14 years' prison; federal

Demetrius Ford: conspiracy to use and carry a firearm during a crime of violence; hijacking a motor vehicle; using; dismissed; federal

David Owens: conspiracy to use and carry a firearm during a crime of violence; dismissed; federal

Brent Guillome Proctor: conspiracy to distribute marijuana; 5 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Ramone Monta Griffin: conspiracy to distribute marijuana; 5 years' probation; federal

Darren Wayne Rouse: two counts of dealing firearms without a license; dismissed; federal

James David Simmons: two counts of felon in possession of firearm; 5 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Wilbur St. Surin: conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute marijuana; 4 years' prison, 4 years' probation; federal

Dwayne Cleon O' Sullivan: conspir-acy to distribute, possess with intent to distribute marijuana; 1.5 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Samuel Vanessa Sunkett: felon in possession of a firearm; time served pretrial, 2 years' probation; federal

Terrence Quinton Williams: posses-sion of stolen firearm; 1.5 years' prison, 3 years' probation; federal

Antonion Johnson: distribution of five grams or more crack cocaine; dismissed; federal

Vontrez Emerson Dent: possession of a revolver by a person younger than 18; 1 year probation; state

Terrance Baker: five counts of theft by receiving stolen property; 1 year jail, 4 years' probation; state

Antoine Cobb: sale of a controlled substance; 3 years' prison, 7 years' probation; state

Loren David Watson: sale of a controlled substance; 2 years' prison, 4 years' probation; state

Steven Lorenzo Luke: sale of marijuana; 4 years' probation; state

Soloman Kwano Paschal: eight counts of theft by receiving stolen property; 10 years' prison, 1 year probation; state

Milton Williams Jr.: four counts of carrying a concealed weapon; 10 years' prison, 5 years' probation; state

Donzell Emery Hazel: carrying concealed weapon; 1 year probation; state

Willie Edward Hooper: possession of a revolver by a person younger than 18; time served pretrial; state

Tracey Widener Tompkins: seven counts of sale of a controlled substance and one count of sale of a dangerous drug; 5 years' probation; state

Willie Tillman Adams Jr.: carrying concealed weapon; 7 years' probation; state

Darryl Troyel Gibson: two counts of possession of a firearm by a first offender on probation; 1 year jail, 4 years' probation; state

Christopher Lee Nichols: three counts of possession of a sawed-off shotgun; 5 years' probation; state

Malcome Jamal Brannon: sale of cocaine; 3 years' prison, 5 years' probation; state

Jamie Sheppard; trafficking cocaine; 3 years' prison, 3 years' probation; state

Pierce Jamal Anfield: sale of controlled substance; 5 years' prison; state

Julian Johnson: two counts of theft by receiving stolen property; 7 years' probation; state

Terrance Baker: five counts of theft by receiving stolen property; 4 years' probation; state

Yolanda Sheppard: possession of cocaine with intent to distribute; 1 year jail, 4 years' probation; state

Antwan Williams: possession of cocaine with intent to distribute; 6 years' prison; state

Kiera Reeves: trafficking in cocaine; case put on inactive docket; state

Quandarius Martin: theft by receiving stolen property; 1 year probation; state

Derrick Long: theft by receiving stolen property; 10 years' probation; state

Tanorius Hazel: theft by receiving stolen property; 1 year probation; state

Anthony Reddick: two counts of criminal use of an article with an altered ID; 1 year probation; state

Nicholas Sanders; theft by receiving stolen property; 10 years' probation; state

Mercedes Sha-Quan Hyman: three counts of carrying a concealed weapon; 12-month probation; state

Kendrick Marquiez Johnson: felon in possession of a firearm; no record

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slickrayder
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slickrayder 03/17/11 - 06:09 am
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now my question is

now my question is ,,,13,16,7,thats only 36 of the 96 people arrested. now of the one that only got probation or nothing at all,how many of them were in this last roundup. if any ,they should not get out of prision. they have shown they cant learn from thier mistakes. THEY WILL DO IT AGAIN..

This_is_nuts
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This_is_nuts 03/17/11 - 09:35 am
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Slickrayder, what I wonder is

Slickrayder, what I wonder is this... how many of the individuals that have already gotten out of jail, or simply were sentenced to probation have since committed another crime or violated their probation and gone back to jail.

Crime Reports and Rewards TV
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Crime Reports and Rewards TV 03/17/11 - 10:46 am
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They should have put their

They should have put their ages on here to help everyone understand that when that "harmless looking young kid" comes to you door asking to do work for you that sometimes they are just casing your house to see how to do a home invasion, or steal, or worse. After public school brainwashes them with their "monkey business" some young "kids" are just as dangerous as a hardened criminal and twice as sneaky. Any kid damaged by the virolent "theories" being taught in public schools nowdays can go LOUGHNER any second.

BornInAUG
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BornInAUG 03/17/11 - 01:56 pm
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Crime: I'm kinda tired of how

Crime: I'm kinda tired of how you work that into every comment. I don't agree with evolution, but I don't think it's teaching is the cause of crime. Find a new, more meaningful argument.

Dorion
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Dorion 03/17/11 - 03:56 pm
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Learning Evolution= Gang

Learning Evolution= Gang Crimes? LOL.

AutumnLeaves
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AutumnLeaves 03/17/11 - 08:09 pm
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You wouldn't believe how fast

You wouldn't believe how fast 5 years goes. Around here a 5 year sentence can be 1 or 2 years in actuality. I'm tired of turning around and being face to face with a parolee that has only served 1/3 or less of his sentence.

Asitisinaug
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Asitisinaug 03/17/11 - 08:25 pm
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Autumn, not so in most of the

Autumn, not so in most of the above cases where they were sent to federal prison. The only way to keep thugs behind bars is to go through the federal court system where liberal judges have far fewer options.

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