David C. Weiss, U.S. Attorney for the District of Delaware, announced Wednesday that a Superseding Indictment was recently unsealed charging 14 individuals with conspiring to distribute heroin and fentanyl and other related offenses. Four of those individuals, Jamar Jackson, Denise Brown, Harley Douglas, and Nicole Jackson, had been previously charged. The Superseding Indictment also charges Jamar Jackson with conspiring to launder money internationally.
The newly indicted defendants are:
Raymond Taite, 32, of Brooklyn, New York;
Jerry Chambers, 24, of Chester, Pennsylvania;
Desarie Gibbs, 52, of Newark, Delaware;
Kalone Glasper, 22, of Chester, Pennsylvania;
DeVeughin Holloway, 31, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
Cariymah Hopson, 20, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
Braheem Naylor, 26, of Chester, Pennsylvania;
Tahria Parks, 38, of Darby, Pennsylvania;
Dashawna Turner, 25 of Chester, Pennsylvania; and
Antoine Watson, 33, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
In total, the investigation resulted in the seizure of approximately 7.5 kilograms of heroin and/or fentanyl, 14.5 pounds of methamphetamine, 12 guns, and $180,000, said Weiss. The street value of these drugs is easily in excess of $1 million.