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32 Indicted in Morristown Drug Bust

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Multiple law enforcement agencies announced on Tuesday that that 32 Morristown-area residents have been indicted in a drug ring roundup.

The federal charges number 103 separate counts in all, with the intention to distribute large amounts of cocaine and crack cocaine throughout East Tennessee.

In addition to conspiracy charges, they also face charges related to money laundering, possessing firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking, and maintaining a residence for the purpose of manufacturing or storing crack cocaine.

Investigators said the East Tennessee bust is one against a sophisticated drug trafficking and money laundering organization, responsible for cocaine being supplied in East Tennessee from the Atlanta, Georgia, area, via Mexican drug suppliers.

Source: WBIR TV

Click on the names below to see photos of those indicted:

Andrew Montgomery, 26, Atlanta, Ga.

Anthony Bryan ,56, Atlanta, Ga.

Betty Fuson ,33, Morristown

Bobby Porter, 49, Atlanta, Ga.

Brandon Foulks ,26, Morristown

Dennis Fitch ,42, Morristown

Gary Chapman ,30, Morristown

Glenda Gilliam ,36, Morristown

Guy Collins ,45, Morristown

James McCloud ,26, Morristown

Jamie Lewis ,32, Morristown

Johnny Marshall ,28, Atlanta, Ga.

Kathy Dingus ,35, Morristown

Kevin Vinet ,22, Morristown

Lindsey Stone ,29, Morristown

Preston Blanton ,27, Morristown

Randy Brockwell , 44, Morristown

Robert Johnson,25, Morristown

Robert Dingus,Jr., 38, Morristown

Terrence Edwards, 20, Morristown

Tonya Lewis, 30, Morristown

Victor Cain, 39, Morristown

Vivan Bryan, 52, Morristown

Also charged but not pictured were:
Alexis D. Terrell, 32, Morrow, Ga.
Jason Ware, 27, Atlanta, Ga.
Martina Yeary, 28, Morristown
Malcolm Bryan, 54, Riverdale, Ga.
Charles Rudolph, 28, Morristown
Tonya Lewis, 30, Morristown
Deon Reeves, 26, Hampton, Ga.
Ameka Brewer, 30, Atlanta, Ga.

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