Nine people were indicted after an April drug bust in which police broke up an alleged Fentanyl and Cocaine drug operation in St. Louis.

According to an indictment from the U.S. District Court of Eastern Missouri, seven people were indicted on Fentanyl-related charges and two people were indicted on Cocaine-related charges after the bust on April 28.

The nine people indicted were:

  • Gerald Fitzgerald Hunter on possession of Fentanyl with the intent to distribute and conspiracy to distribute Fentanyl
  • Andon Demarcus Templer on possession of Fentanyl with the intent to distribute, conspiracy to distribute Fentanyl and conspiracy to distribute cocaine
  • Kashita A. Webb on possession of Fentanyl with the intent to distribute and conspiracy to distribute Fentanyl
  • Walter D. Justiniano on possession of Fentanyl with the intent to distribute and conspiracy to distribute Fentanyl
  • Bryan Keith Warren on conspiracy to distribute Fentanyl
  • David Wabra-Samahi Campbell on conspiracy to distribute Fentanyl
  • Deron Andre Davis on conspiracy to distribute Fentanyl
  • Forestell Norman Sheppard on conspiracy to distribute cocaine
  • Shaneisha Ramonica Settle on conspiracy to distribute cocaine

In addition to the seizure of drugs, more than $50,000, five guns, a tow truck, two other cars and two 4K TVs were seized from three different St. Louis homes. The indictment said the property was either obtained as a result of the accused crimes or used in any matter of the accused crimes.

Most of the confiscated goods were from a home on the 3800 block of Cote Brilliante, while one of the guns came from the 2900 block of Delmar and the two TVs were from a home on the 1200 block of Hodiamont.