Thirteen residents of Pennsylvania—including 10 from Washington County—and four Ohio residents, have been indicted by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh on charges of violating federal drug laws, U.S. Attorney David J. Hickton announced Monday.
The 18-count indictment, returned on June 12 and unsealed today, named the following individuals:
- Kashma Jordan a/k/a Gold, 32, of 3349 Lodwick Dr., Warren, OH 44485
- Robert Harvey a/k/a Bob, 38, of 2692 Brier St. SE, Warren, OH 44484
- Juan Worthey, Jr. a/k/a Bones, 37, of 163 Church St., Washington, PA 15301
- Mario Rodgers a/k/a Rio, 39, of 527 Washington St. NE, Warren, OH 44483
- Brandon Wise a/k/a B-Wise, 28, of 133 Maple Ave., Washington, PA 15301
- Allan Williams, 37, of 4475 Berkshire Dr. SE, Warren, OH 44485
- Will Levy a/k/a Q, 37, of 28 Central Ave., Washington, PA 15301
- Keith Malone a/k/a K-Rizz, 36, of 940 Bruce St., Washington, PA 15301
- Alex Hockett, 25, 311 W. Maiden St., Washington, PA 15301
- Brent Anderson, 30, of 2920 Taft St., Washington, PA 15301
- Eric Everett a/k/a Fifty, 27, of 207 S. 20th St., Harrisburg, PA 17104
- Brandon Boone, 29, of 750 Cleveland Rd., Washington, PA 15301
- Joshua Williams, 32, 305 Donnan Ave., Apt. 2, Washington, PA 15301
- Christina Wright, 34, 735 Regent Dr., Washington, PA 15301
- Terrell Percy Williams a/k/a Rel, 33, of 1413 Soles St., McKeesport, PA 15132
- Michael Porter, 30, of 501 Pirl Street, McKeesport, PA 15132
- Derrick Knox, 31, of 804 Josephine Street, E. McKeesport, PA 15035
According to the indictment, from in and around January 2011 through June 2012, the 17 defendants—and others—conspired to distribute and possess with intent to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine.
Additionally, Knox, Levy, Terrell Percy Williams, Wise, Malone and Wright are charged in separate instances of distributing less than 500 grams of cocaine. Worthey is charged with distributing more than 500 grams of cocaine. And, Wise also is charged with distributing less than 28 grams of cocaine base in and around Washington, PA.
The law provides for a maximum sentence of not less than 10 years and up to life in prison, a fine of $10,000,000, or both. Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, the actual sentence imposed would be based upon the seriousness of the offenses and the prior criminal history, if any, of the defendant.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Barbara K. Swartz is prosecuting this case on behalf of the government. The FBI and the Pennsylvania State Police conducted the investigation leading to the indictment in this case.