Early Morning Drug Sweep Nets 14 People

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(Memphis) FBI and local law enforcement officials apprehended 14 people in an early morning drug sweep.

The indictment says those named below “did unlawfully and knowingly conspire to possess and distribute more than five kilograms of cocaine.”

The 14 people apprehended are:

Osiel “Buddha” Lopez-Acuna, 34
Christopher Love, 38
Gilberto Conde, aka “Gilberto Conde-Sanchez”
Alfonso “Kora” Perez Hernandez, 45
Francisco Javie Valtierra-Zuni, aka “Fabian Avila-Prieto”
David Martinez
Jose Trinidad Arteaga, aka “Pelon” and “Dreamer,” 30
Julius “Trey” Hull, 36,
Gregory “Bebe” Ledronte Miller, 34
Daniel Morales
Benigno “Muchi” Morales Vasquez, 39
Aquilino Gonzalez, 30
Terry Greer, 40
Correy Dewayne Morris, 35

Two others named in the indictment, Otis Booth (aka “Otis Boothes”) and Enrique “Kike” Rodriguez, are still at large.

Conde was also indicted for one count of possession of a firearm while in the country illegally and one count of possession of a firearm in the furtherance of drug trafficking.

All 16 are from Memphis.

Officials also seized several guns, night vision goggles, body armor, about $125,000 in cash, and approximately two kilograms of suspected cocaine.