Broome County DA and State Police SIU Announce Drug Arrests Stemming from Investigation Into Brooklyn-Broome County Connection

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Broome County DA and State Police SIU Announce Drug Arrests Stemming from Investigation Into Brooklyn-Broome County Connection

July 22, 2010 Updated Oct 16, 2008 at 9:57 AM EDT

Broome County DA and State Police SIU Announce Drug Arrests Stemming from Investigation Into Brooklyn-Broome County Connection

Broome County District Attorney Gerald Mollen and the New York State Police Special Investigations Unit today announced the arrests of 11 subjects after a year - long investigation of narcotics trafficking into Broome County by Brooklyn, NY area residents.

Last year, District Attorney Mollen requested an investigation be initiated by State Police to attempt to address the source of narcotics being sold on the streets of Broome County communities. After employing undercover drug buys and physical and electronic surveillance, State Police Investigators, working together with the Broome County District Attorney’s Office and other law enforcement agencies, determined that a large portion of the narcotics being sold in Binghamton were being transported from the Brooklyn area. The investigation widened into the New York City area, during which State Police investigators encountered a local investigative team comprised of FBI agents and NYPD Detectives focusing on many of the same group of suspects. A number of these suspects are affiliated with the “Millertime Bloods” faction of the “New York Bloods” street gang.

The local part of the investigation resulted in the arrests of the 11 individuals listed below. The combined investigative effort further culminated in the arrests last Wednesday of 15 additional defendants throughout Brooklyn and Queens, by State Police Investigators, FBI Agents and NYPD Detectives.

District Attorney Gerald Mollen and State Police SIU Major Matthew Renneman praised the efforts of the Binghamton Police Department, State Police Community Narcotics Enforcement (CNET) Investigators, the State Police in Troop C and the New York State Department of Corrections for their critical involvement. They also recognized the efforts of both the Endicott Police Department and the Johnson City Police Department for their roles in this investigation.

Arrestees:

ANTHONY E. JACKSON, a.k.a. “Haze”, DOB 2/24/83, 180 Oak St, Binghamton, NY
Charge: Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the third degree

SHAWN L. MCLAUGHLIN, DOB 4/19/80, 180 Oak St. Binghamton, NY
Charge: Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the third degree

CLARENCE J. ROCHELLE, a.k.a. “Blo”, DOB 08/10/76, 6½ Evans Street, Apt. 2R, Binghamton, NY
Charges: Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the third degree
Tampering with Physical Evidence

GEORGE W. MITCHELL, a.k.a. “Little Black”, DOB 9/22/84, Washington St, Binghamton, NY
Charge: Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the third degree

JEREMY L. TUTORA, a.k.a. “Germ”, DOB 12/12/86, 1514 Sedgwick Ave, Bronx, NY
Charge: Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the third degree

DARRYL T. NASH, a.k.a. “Tim Dog”, DOB 9/25/77, 749 E 102nd St., Binghamton, NY
Charge: Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the third degree

CHARLES D. HILL, DOB 6/11/71, 153 Susquehanna Street, 2nd floor, Binghamton, NY
Charge: Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the third degree

EDUARDO M. MOORE, a.k.a. “E-Z Pimpin” DOB 8/22/81, 1548 E New York Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Charge: Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the third degree

CARDELL S. SPELLS, a.k.a. “C-Murder”, DOB 6/27/84, 3426 110th St., Queens, NY
Charge: Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the third degree

JOSEPH COY, a.k.a. “Kraks”, DOB 4/20/85, 106 Lincoln Ave, Endicott, NY
Charges: Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the third degree
Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the third degree

THEODORE J. BURGESS, a.k.a. “Debo”, DOB 4/26/84, 804 Broad St, Endicott, NY
Charge: Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the third degree

An arrest or indictment is merely an accusation and is not evidence of guilt. As with all defendants in a criminal case, all defendants charged in either New York City or Broome County are presumed innocent unless and until they enter a plea of guilty or are proven guilty at trial beyond a reasonable doubt.

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