DeMotte men get 46 months for conspiracy to sell heroin

2013-06-27T17:45:00Z 2013-06-27T22:36:38Z DeMotte men get 46 months for conspiracy to sell heroinJim Masters Times Correspondent
June 27, 2013 5:45 pm  • 

HAMMOND | Two DeMotte men each were sentenced to 46 months in federal prison this week for their part in an alleged conspiracy to sell and distribute heroin.

Derek Muilenburg, 25, and Joseph Gilman 23, reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors in U.S. District Court in Hammond in exchange for a reduced sentence, a federal spokesperson said.

Also indicted in the case was Cortez "Squeak" Humphrey, 37, who admitted he used a firearm in connection with the drug offense, court records stated. He was indicted in 2011 with several others in the case, which dates to 2006.

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