GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – 18 people have been charged in federal court after the FBI and DEA broke up a crystal methamphetamine ring that extended from Phoenix, Arizona to Kalamazoo and Benton Harbor.
One suspect, Scotty Deandre-Marcus Campbell of Benton Harbor, is still being sought by the FBI.
A spokesperson with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Grand Rapids says that law enforcement executed 12 search warrants in Kalamazoo, Benton Harbor and Phoenix to reach the suspects. They say they seized nearly 17 pounds of crystal meth and five firearms during the investigations.
Charged with Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substances are:
- Raymond Stovall, 28, of Benton Harbor
- Richard James, Jr., 27, of Benton Harbor
- Kentrell Dunn, 32, of Phoenix, Arizona
- David Uminn, 34, of Kalamazoo
- Andrew Bagley, 29, of Kalamazoo
- Robert Armstrong, 64, of Kalamazoo
- Kandy Kirby, 46, of Kalamazoo
- Eshawn Whiteside, 20, of Kalamazoo
- Aaron Rimpson, 27, of Kalamazoo
- DeMichael Horn, 19, of Benton Harbor
- Michael Horn, 19, of Benton Harbor
- Scotty Deandre-Marcus Campbell, 26, of Benton Harbor
- Ronald Goodloe, Jr., 29, of Benton Harbor
- Richard Farmer, Sr., 43, of Atlanta, Georgia
- Daisy Dryer, 42, of Benton Harbor
- Michael Marcon, 32, of Kalamazoo
- Ronnie Smith, Jr., 24, of Kalamazoo
- Tremain Braxton, 30, of Benton Harbor