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Arrests made in multi-county drug raid

A raid underway near Deatsville A raid underway near Deatsville
A law enforcement officer on the scene of a raid near Deatsville. A law enforcement officer on the scene of a raid near Deatsville.
DEATSVILLE, AL (WSFA) -

During the early hours of the morning, SWAT team members from a number of local, state and federal agencies executed 14 federal search warrants in Central Alabama - seven in Elmore County, two in Autauga county and five in Montgomery County.

Individuals from Elmore, Autauga and Montgomery Counties will face criminal charges as a result of the investigation.

The operation was the second phase of an investigation which involved the identification of suspected members of the "BLOODS" street gang who were allegedly operating a drug distribution organization in Elmore County, just outside of Wetumpka.

Authorities say cooperation of many local, state and federal agencies led to the successful identifications in a drug trafficking organization responsible for supplying drug dealers throughout Central Alabama. 

Authorities say twelve people have been indicted but only ten of the suspects have been arrested for participation. A federal grand jury in Montgomery returned an indictment charging the following twelve people with conspiracy to distribute cocaine and crack cocaine powder, U.S. Attorney George L. Beck, Jr., announced.  Those indicted are:

Delmond Lemar Bledson, a.k.a. "Two Face", age 38 of Deatsville, Alabama;

Willie Jerome Davis, a.k.a. "Mobey", age 52, of Elmore, Alabama;

Lisa Michele Jackson, age 40, of Deatsville, Alabama;

Eulanda Lashade Trible, a.k.a. "Yo Yo", age 33, of Montgomery, Alabama;

Kevin Levan Elmore, age 35, of Montgomery, Alabama; (NOT YET ARRESTED)

Stacy Rodrekus Calloway, age 23, of Wetumpka, Alabama; (NOT YET ARRESTED)

Willie James Walker, a.k.a. "Nicodemus", age 60, of Montgomery, Alabama;

Clifton Pettus, a.k.a. "Biscuit", age 33, of Montgomery, Alabama;

Robert Marshall, a.k.a. "Big Daddy", age 39, of Montgomery, Alabama;

Tony Gardner, a.k.a. "Rock", age 41, of Millbrook, Alabama;

William James Reese, age 38, of Deatsville, Alabama; and

Eric Orlando Reese, age 38, of Montgomery, Alabama.

The case was primarily investigated by the Drug Enforcement Agency ("DEA") with assistance from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Marshal Service, Central Alabama Drug Task Force, Elmore County Sherriff's Office, Wetumpka Police Department, Millbrook Police Department, Montgomery County Sherriff's Office, Montgomery Police Department, Autauga County Sherriff's Office, Prattville Police Department, Alabama State Troopers, Alabama Beverage Control, Alabama Bureau of Investigation, Alabama National Guard, Chilton County Sherriff's Office, and the District Attorney's Office for the 15th and 19th Judicial Circuits.

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