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Last Person Sentenced in Operation Woodchop

November 14, 2012 09:12pm  
Last Person Sentenced in Operation Woodchop


On November 13, 2012, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) announced that Willie Shelly received three years in prison for distributing BZP pills—similar to Ecstasy.  He is the last defendant sentenced who was connected to Operation Woodchop.  


The investigation was led by the DEA’s Orlando District Office Enforcement Group along with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office Gang Unit.  The defendants arrested during the investigation regularly communicated with each other and were part of two gangs, the “Zellwood Boyz” and the “Tangerine/Terrell Boys.”


A total of 24 individuals were charged in Operation Woodchop.  All of the defendants were subsequently convicted of felonies, and 20 were charged with state crimes like murder, property crimes, and drug violations.  The defendants are listed below:


Daniel Baldwin, 90 months for distributing crack cocaine
Darius Bentley, 60 months for distributing crack cocaine
Quentin Bradford, 36 months for distributing crack cocaine
Stanley Campbell, 100 months for distributing crack cocaine
Tramyian Doston, 120 months for distributing crack cocaine
Daciane Hill, 60 months for distributing crack cocaine
Samantha Hill, two years probation for using a phone for drug conspiracy
Tywon Hill, 110 months for distributing crack cocaine and other controlled substances
Michelle Julien, three years probation for using a phone for drug conspiracy
Christopher Lenoir, time served for using a phone for drug conspiracy
Travis Rollins, 108 months for cocaine distribution and firearms charges
Willie Shelly Jr., 36 months for distributing BZP pills
Brandon Smith, 123 months for cocaine distribution and firearms offenses
Addison Smith Jr., 60 months for distributing crack cocaine and other controlled substances
Nathanial Walker, 110 months for distributing crack cocaine and other controlled substances
Kemo Dowe, 240 months for distributing crack cocaine and other controlled substances
Travion Barnes, 18 months for distributing BZP pills
Clemente Blocker, 37 months for distributing crack cocaine
Frederick Bodison, 100 months for distributing crack cocaine, MDMA, and BZP pills
Robert Hardwick, 82 months for distributing crack cocaine
Willie Slydell Jr., 48 months for cocaine distribution
Lawrence Lockhart, 96 months for possession of crack cocaine with intent to distribute
Roderick Mobley, 32 months for possession of crack cocaine with intent to distribute
Teresa Hawkins, time served for distributing crack cocaine and other controlled substances


Source: U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency

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