Daytona Beach “Operation No Nonsense” Sweeps Up Dealers, Drugs & Guns

By on June 30, 2016 in WNDB News

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Daytona Beach, FL-Daytona Beach law enforcement and representatives from the State Attorneys Office unveiled details of “Operation No Nonsense” today. Of 37 warrants issued at the time of the press conference, 21 were in custody.

The operation was conducted in response to citizens complaining about open air drug sales. The Daytona Beach Police Department Crime Suppression Team and Special Investigations Unit targeted areas mentioned in those complaints in addition to obvious open air drug markets.

Over a period of 3 months, undercover officers bought cocaine, heroin, dilaudid, hydrocodone, and marijuana from 37 individuals. According to officials, the individuals targeted in this operation have previously been arrested for a collective 392 felony offenses and 430 misdemeanor offenses.

Charged individuals in police custody, according to a list released this afternoon by the Daytona Beach Police Department Crime Suppression Team:

  1. Bengino White (7/17/82), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a daycare
  2. Terrance Parrish (11/30/74), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a daycare
  3. James Williams (2/1/58), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a church
  4. Tony Davis (11/20/75), principle to sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a daycare
  5. Gary Holmes (3/20/88), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a daycare
  6. Calvin Gray (5/23/78), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a daycare
  7. Clarence Guyton (7/7/69), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a recreation center
  8. Thomas Garnett (11/19/66), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a recreation center
  9. Jermaine Williams (1/28/97), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a daycare
  10. Eddie Poole (10/26/72), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a daycare
  11. Kalentae Brown (4/1/94), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a daycare
  12. Kurt Ellis (5/23/57), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a daycare
  13. Jevante Hamilton (11/17/94), sale of heroin within 1,000 ft of a school
  14. Terris Gaines (1/26/88), sale of dilaudid
  15. Ninflores Coriano (9/5/70), sale of heroin within 1,000 ft of a church
  16. Edward Pittman (12/28/84), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a recreation center
  17. Christina Demais (2/16/95), sale of schedule II
  18. Eddy Lindsey (3/11/85), sale of heroin, sale of cocaine, possession of a firearm by a felon
  19. Christopher Jenkins (2/22/64), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a daycare

Charged individuals not yet in police custody, according to a list released this afternoon by the Daytona Beach Police Department Crime Suppression Team:

  1. James Martinez (4/14/77), sale of heroin
  2. Jack Young (5/28/79), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a park, sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a church
  3. Chanteau Townsend (6/28/77), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a recreating center
  4. Bonnie Starks (5/12/79), sale of cocaine
  5. Roger Butts (5/21/67), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a church
  6. Altoine Miller (1/20/90), sale of cocaine, sale of cannabis
  7. Christopher Jenkins (2/22/64), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a daycare
  8. Gregory Lee (9/25/85), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a daycare
  9. Winstons Rawlings (11/15/90), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a daycare
  10. Carlos Smith (7/6/80), sale of cannabis within 1,000 ft of a church
  11. Jason Therrien (9/24/86), sale of hydrocodone
  12. Anthony Mims (7/11/78), sale of cocaine
  13. Jamaze Quarterman (9/26/92), sale of cocaine
  14. Jeniver Scott (1/8/88), sale of heroin
  15. Ermanti Holmes (6/25/90), sale of heroin
  16. Jarvis Mitchel (10/27/89), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a park
  17. Kendal Gaddy (11/6/96), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a church
  18. Charles Maxwell (2/10/68), sale of cocaine within 1,000 ft of a church

Police Chief Mike Chitwood says some of the suspects had guns at the time of their arrest.

Copyright Southern Stone Communications 2016.

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