Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

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September 26, 2012

Six indicted for organized crime, trafficking

Sept. 26, 2012 —     A Carter County grand jury has indicted six persons for participating in a crime syndicate.

    Indicted on Sept. 14 were Jose Leon Hernandez, 37, Ruth Locklear, 49, Osiel Deleon Bernaido, 40, Francisco Camacho, Jr, 20, all of Grayson, Morgan McDavid, 21, of Willard, and Luis Perez-Diaz, 39, of Ashland.

    According to testimony from Det. Larry Bowling of the Kentucky State Police, the six individuals committed the offense of engaging in an organized criminal syndication, a Class B felony, for the purpose of engaging in illegal trafficking in a controlled substance between May and August of 2012.  

    Hernandez, Locklear, and Bernaido were also indicted on one count of first degree trafficking in a Scheduled II controlled substance, a Class C felony, by selling 50 dose units of oxycodone in May.  

    Camacho was indicted on one count of first degree trafficking in a Scheduled II controlled substance, a Class D. felony, for allegedly selling cocaine on Aug. 20.

    McDavid  was indicted on one count of first degree trafficking in a Scheduled II controlled substance, a Class C. felony, for allegedly selling 100 dose units of oxycodone on Aug. 30.

    Perez-Diaz  was indicted on one count of first degree trafficking in a Scheduled II controlled substance, a Class C. felony, for allegedly selling seven grams of cocain on Aug. 20.

    The six individuals are scheduled to be arraigned in Circuit Court on Monday, Oct. 1.

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