By Red Pill  |  05-02-2018   News
Photo credit: Local CBS Affiliate WDBJ Channel 7

Virginia law enforcement agencies have announced a major victim for law-abiding citizens of their state - after 27 dangerous criminals - including some of which whom were pedophiles involved in a child pornography ring - and others who were trafficking narcotics - all of whole have now been exposed - as a result of “Operation Blue Thunder” - that has now led to 70 indictments.

<i>With a whopping 70 indictments being announced last night</i>, along with twenty arrests, what began as a tiny investigation by the Danville Police Department later spiralled into a widespread network of apprehending the region’s most dangerous and disturbing criminals. The community can rest at ease that these horrendous predators and threats to civilians are no longer on the street, although seven remain free and police need your help to find them.

The case began when the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms assisted the Danville Police Department and surrounding law enforcement agencies with both intelligence gathering and surveillance technology that brought forth a widespread takedown of pedophiles, drug dealers, arms dealers, and numerous other threats, as reported by<a href="https://www.wsls.com/news/virginia/southside/danville-police-make-20-arrests-for-drugs-weapons-child-porn-in-operation-blue-thunder"> Local NBC Channel 10 WSLS</a>.

After several months of deep cover investigations that began in the summer of 2017, Detectives with the Danville Police Department Special Investigations Division joined forces with Special Agents from the Roanoke ATF Field Office, who then took the lead in organizing a major task force that included the Virginia State Police, Roanoke US Marshals Fugitive Task Force, the Lynchburg FBI office, the Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s office, the Martinsville Police Department, the Roanoke City Police Department, the Roanoke County Sheriff’s Office, and the Danville Commonwealth Attorney’s Office; all who combined forces to hunt down the threats of this organized criminal conspiracy.

From July of 2017 until the beginning of May of 2018, each of those law enforcement agencies worked cooperatively to gather intelligence and build a case before they presented conclusive evidence to a grand jury, who then decided that there was more than enough information for the 70 indictments issued against the men and women all believed connected to a criminal hub.

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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">20 Arrested and 7 Eluding Justice in Operation Blue Thunder. Credit:<a href="https://www.wsls.com/news/virginia/southside/danville-police-make-20-arrests-for-drugs-weapons-child-porn-in-operation-blue-thunder"> Local NBC Affiliate WSLS Channel 10</a>.</span>

Twenty of the 27 total criminals named in the series or indictments were able to be apprehended by the joint-law enforcement raid “Operation Blue Thunder.”

The arrests were performed with a SWAT-team of agents and officers in a precision strike against the criminals, with each of those having been engaged in the following crimes as per their indictments:

<i>Horace Undra Chamberlain:</i> One count of possession with the intent to distribute oxycodone, one count of possession with the intent to distribute hydrocodone, and one count of possession with the intent to distribute naloxone.

<i>Reginald Terrell Chappelle:</i> One count of cocaine possession, and one count of marijuana possession.

<i>Tanjaneace Latesha Cook:</i> One count of falsifying firearm transaction form.

<i>Priyanka Arielle Fitzgerald:</i> One count of cocaine distribution.

<i>Raekwon Tyrik Fitzgerald:</i> Three counts of marijuana distribution, one count of possession with the intent to distribute cocaine, two counts of possession of a firearm by a felon, and one count of possessing a firearm with a dangerous narcotic.

<i>Joshua Kelly Gladin:</i> Seven counts of possessing child pornography.

<i>Markia Janet Gwynn:</i> One count of falsifying a firearm transaction form, one count of purchasing a firearm for an ineligible person.

<i>Quamain Jamar Jackson:</i> One count of falsifying a firearm transaction form.

<i>Jacquline Lannette Jones:</i> One count of possession with the intent to distribute K-2, one count of possession of cocaine, and one count of possessing a firearm with dangerous narcotic

<i>Harry Lee Jr. Jones:</i> One count of cocaine distribution.

<i>Henrietta Stone:</i> One count of cocaine possession.

<i>Michael Lee Smith:</i> One count marijuana distribution.

<i>Darrell Glenn Washington:</i> One count of possessing a firearm with a dangerous drug and one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

<i>Tyler Aaron Webb:</i> One count of distributing a schedule IV narcotic.

<i>Jamie Lynn Webb:</i> One count of cocaine possession, and one count marijuana possession.

<i>Tommy Jamar West:</i> One count of cocaine possession.

<i>Jeffrey Dean Willard:</i> One count of cocaine possession.

<i>Marvin Isaiah Wilkerson:</i> One count of possessing a firearm with dangerous narcotic, and one count of possessing a controlled substance.

<i>Kelly Ann Williams:</i> Two counts of marijuana distribution, and one count of conspiracy to distribute marijuana.

<i>Jaywon Markee Woods:</i> One count of marijuana distribution and one count of conspiring to distribute marijuana.

Currently, 7 of the 27 criminals named in the indictments are still evading law enforcement apprehension, and authorities are engaged in an active manhunt to locate and arrest them.

Of those who investigators are currently searching for include the following:

<i>Miesha Jazmen Brown: One count of K-2 distribution.

<i>Corey Lamont Henry: One count of cocaine distribution, and two counts of marijuana distribution.

<i>Antonio Lamont Jones: One count of possessing a schedule II narcotic, and one count of possessing K-2.

<i>Lavale Desean Lovelace: Three counts of marijuana distribution.

<i>Lavale Desean Lovelace: Three counts of marijuana distribution.

<i>Steven Michael Schilbe: Two counts of heroin distribution, and one count of fentanyl distribution

<i>Phil Dennis Wilson: Three counts of marijuana distribution.

The 70 indictments were deemed by a Grand Jury to have sufficient evidence, and each of the referrals submitted by law enforcement returned indictments without hesitation.

This major breakthrough will ensure that the drug distribution network of heroin, fentanyl, cocaine, marijuana, K-2, and prescription opioids throughout the region have been slowed in some fashion, as well as increasing the potential for future arrests due to the intelligence obtained during the investigation.

If you have any additional information on any of the seven fugitives evading justice, then you're urged to contact the Danville Police Department at (434) 799-5111 and reference Operation Blue Thunder or link to this article.

There's also the potential for additional charges to be filed, according to police, once some of the evidence sent to the forensics lab including electronic devices seized during the raids are further examined.

<b>The streets are safer thanks to these law enforcement agencies</b>, and we no doubt <i>thank each of them</i> for their commitment to <i>protecting and serving</i> the law-abiding, taxpaying citizens of our great nation.

<i><b>Thank you for your service and bravery.</b></i>

Additional Sources or Relevant Information:

http://www.wdbj7.com/content/news/Operation-Blue-Thunder-has-lead-to-20-arrest--481370191.html

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Anonymous No. 24862 1525304542

All of them, including the drug dealers l, should be hung

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