MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- Six people who admitted working for a drug organization in south Alabama have received prison sentences ranging from nearly four years to more than 17 years.
U.S. Attorney George Beck said the six pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute cocaine and crack cocaine. They were sentenced Wednesday. Eric Jerome Parker of Troy got 17 and one-half years. Willie Pereze Boggan of Greenville and Kelvin Dewayne Anderson of Dothan received 11 years and three months. Brian Javoris Walker of Greenville got 10 years. Christopher Darrin Alloway of Troy received five years and three months. Ronisha Rawshon Carter of Troy got three years and 10 months.
Another defendant, Jason Terrell Davenport of Troy, was sentenced last month to five years and three months.
The ring operated in Pike, Butler and Houston counties.
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