Seven Charged with Conspiracy to Illegally Traffic Firearms | Crime
Seven people were charged with conspiracy to illegally traffic firearms, according to a United States Attorney news release.
That comes after an undercover investigation involving the Johnson County Sheriff's Office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and Explosives. The investigation aimed to find the people allegedly involved in selling firearms that were originally stolen during residential burglaries.
The seven were officially charged in a a federal indictment that was unsealed in federal court Monday.
The following people are charged with conspiracy to illegally traffic firearms: Terryon J. Norris, 24, Wrightsville, Georgia; Lakendon S. Brown, 23, Wrightsville, Georgia; Frank L. Wesley, 57, Wrightsville, Georgia; William T. Walker, 28, Wrightsville, Georgia; Kendrick L. Dixon, 30, Wrightsville, Georgia; Whitney T. Wittmer, 23, Wrightsville, Georgia; Mercedes D. Jenkins, 21, East Dublin, Georgia.