Several sentenced in Moultrie meth bust case

Several sentenced in Moultrie meth bust case
(Source: Raycom Media)

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A long list of people convicted in a major multi-state meth ring case are facing a judge again.

Investigators said they believe a Colquitt County group is responsible for distributing more than 20 kilograms of drugs across Georgia and Florida.

WALB was in the court room for the sentencing on Tuesday.

In addition to six others that were sentenced, five people have been convicted in the case.

Federal Judge Leslie Abrams sentenced Devin Dorminey to one and a half years, Leroy Haynes to 15 years, Micahel Kulak to two years, Stephanie McMurphy to eight and a half years and Avery Norman to two years.

These people were also sentenced in this case:

  • Marcus  Andrews was sentenced to 145 months and 3 years supervised release
  • Sharon  Blackwell was sentenced to 100 months and 5 years supervised release
  • Samuel  Butler was sentenced to 96 months and 5 years supervised release
  • Michael  Dampier  was sentenced to 160 months and 5 years supervised release  and $100 mandatory assessment
  • Devin  Dorminey 18 months and 3 years supervised release
  • Leroy Haynes  and was sentenced to 180 months and 5 years supervised release
  • Micahel  Kulak was sentenced to 24 months and 3 years supervised release
  • Stephanie  McMurphy 102 months to serve, 6 years supervised release and $100  mandatory assessment
  • Avery  Norman 24 months and 1 year supervised release
  • Cambrick  Taylor 12 months and day to serve, 2 years supervised release and $100  mandatory assessment
  • Melissa  Valdez Williams 180 months and 5 years supervised release

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