Two from Ohio sold crack, meth in West Virginia, facing 20 years in federal prison

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WHEELING, WV – Dominique Revell Dungey, of Martins Ferry, Ohio, and Denico Anderson, of Columbus, Ohio, have admitted to their roles in a drug trafficking conspiracy, U.S. Attorney Bill Powell announced.

Dungey, also known as “Murda,” age 29, pled guilty to one count of “Distribution of Cocaine Base.” Dungey admitted to selling cocaine base, also known as “crack,” in May 2019 in Ohio County.

Anderson, also known as “Tone,” age 29, pled guilty to one count of “Distribution of Methamphetamine.” Anderson admitted to selling methamphetamine in September 2019 in Ohio County.

Dungey and Anderson each face up to 20 years of incarceration and a fine of up to $1,000,000. Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, the actual sentence imposed will be based upon the seriousness of the offenses and the prior criminal history, if any, of the defendant.

Assistant U.S. Attorneys Shawn M. Adkins and Clayton J. Reid are prosecuting the case on behalf of the government. The Ohio Valley Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force, a HIDTA-funded initiative, which includes the Drug Enforcement Administration, West Virginia State Police, Ohio County Sheriff’s Office, and the Wheeling Police Department, investigated. The U.S. Marshal Service, Columbus Police Department Gang Crimes Unit, the Martins Ferry Police Department, and the Bellaire Police Department also assisted.

U.S. Magistrate Judge James P. Mazzone presided.

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