12 are indicted in alleged drug ring

May 20, 2004

A federal grand jury in Baltimore has indicted 12 people accused of being part of an Annapolis-area cocaine ring, the U.S. attorney's office announced yesterday.

The charges stem from a two-year investigation by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the Annapolis Police Department into cocaine distribution in the Eastport section of the city, prosecutors said.

Indicted on conspiracy charges were Annapolis residents Deandre Myers, 25; Keith Brown, 45; Sharon Randall, 41; Angela Surgeon, 23; Alonzo Smith, 33; Vivian McGhee, 34; Donnell Edmonds, 31; Keith Smith, 43; Euricka Crawford, 40; Norwood Nutter, 22; Alonzo Brown, 26; and Kendall Parker, 24. Mashawn Hall, 32, of Upper Marlboro was also indicted on a wire fraud charge relating to the conspiracy, prosecutors said.

Police and federal agents are looking for Alonzo Smith, McGhee and Parker, and Annapolis police asked that anyone with information about their whereabouts call 410-268-9000 or 410-349-0217.

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