URBANA — A federal grand jury on Wednesday indicted four men and two women with conspiracy to manufacture, distribute and possess methamphetamine in East Central Illinois
Deandre D. "Dre" Haynes, 22, of Chicago; David A. "Rico" Haynes, 31, of Decatur; Zachary D. "Z" Gordon, 29, of Shelbyville; Jerry D. Dice, 48, currently in the custody of the Illinois Department of Corrections; Jennifer L. McCullough, 37, of Belleville; and Casey Coombs, 26, of Shelbyville, were indicted with one count of participating in a conspiracy to manufacture, distribute and possess with the intent to distribute 50 or more grams of methamphetamine.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Elly M. Pierson told The News-Gazette the activities allegedly took place in Chicago, Champaign, Tuscola, Arcola, Mattoon, Charleston, Sullivan, Shelbyville and Decatur from April 2011 through at least March 5, 2012.
If convicted, each of them face between 10 years to life in federal prison. If any of them have a previous felony drug conviction, they could be sentenced to between 20 years to life in federal prison.
Deandre Haynes and McCullough were released on bond.
David Haynes and Gordon are in the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service.
Dice continues to be in the custody of the Illinois Department of Corrections.
Pierson said Coombs will appear at federal court in Urbana at a date yet to be determined.