Ten additional defendants federally indicted for roles in heroin and fentanyl distribution scheme


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Date: July 28, 2021

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Wilmington, DE — David C. Weiss, U.S. Attorney for the District of Delaware, announced today 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 of Brooklyn, New York;
  • Jerry Chambers of Chester, Pennsylvania;
  • Desarie Gibbs of Newark, Delaware;
  • Kalone Glasper of Chester, Pennsylvania;
  • DeVeughin Holloway of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
  • Cariymah Hopson of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
  • Braheem Naylor of Chester, Pennsylvania;
  • Tahria Parks of Darby, Pennsylvania;
  • Dashawna Turner of Chester, Pennsylvania; and
  • Antoine Watson 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. The street value of these drugs is easily in excess of $1 million.

The primary investigating agencies in this case are U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), U.S. Postal Inspection Service, and the FBI. Instrumental assistance was also provided by the IRS Criminal Investigation, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, the Delaware State Police, the Pennsylvania State Police, the Newport Police Department, the Elsmere Police Department, the Philadelphia Police Department, the Pennsylvania Bureau of Narcotics Investigation, and the Chester Police Department. The investigation was supported by the Liberty Mid-Atlantic High Intensity Drug Area program (HIDTA), and the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF). Other prosecutors' offices who assisted in the investigation include the Delaware Department of Justice, the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office, as well as other U.S. Attorney's Offices.