Trio faces sentencing in cocaine conspiracy

By Patsy R. Brumfield/NEMS Daily Journal

OXFORD – Three men accused in a regional cocaine conspiracy pleaded guilty in federal court last week.
Glenn Carpenter, 49, Austin Sinclaire “Doolody” Wiley, 35, and Timothy “Psycho” Brown, 37, all of Lambert, face sentencing on charges that they conspired to possess and distribute crack cocaine.
Each pleaded guilty to Count One, the conspiracy, and Wiley pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm to further a drug trafficking crime.
For their pleas, the government agreed to drop other charges against them.
Each faces no less than five years in prison and up to 40 years, plus a $5 million fine.
They are accused of seeking to distribute crack cocaine in north Mississippi from May 2010 until March 2012. They were indicted in April 2012.
District Judge Sharion Aycock will preside over their sentencing once the U.S. Probation Service report is complete to guide her decisions.

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