A federal grand jury has indicted nine additional people, including two Fairbanks residents, in a
large scale, multi-state drug conspiracy case that already has led to the indictment of 11 others.
That's according to a news release issued earlier today by the U.S. Attorneys Office in
Assistant U.S. Attorney Frank Russo says the nine people are accused of distributing large
quantities of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and oxycodone.
They're also facing money laundering charges as well.
The indictment names 40 year old Eitienne ("ay-tee-in") Devoe, and 29 year old Gabrielle
Haynes, of Fairbanks, and former Fairbanks resident, 34 year old Joshua Haynes, among a
group of six other alleged co-conspirators that hail from Anchorage, and Washington State.
A second indictment also accuses three others of distributing heroin and cocaine around the
Authorities say 10 separate co-conspirators tied to the case have already entered guilty pleas.