WARREN, OHIO – Four people, including a Victorville couple were indicted this week for their roles in a conspiracy to send heroin from California to Warren, Ohio, officials said.
The four names in the seven-count indictment include Derrick Eggleston, 31; Rachael Sherman, 38, both of Warren, Ohio; Alexander Zamudio, 43; and Zoany Zamudio, 38, both of Victorville, California. All were charged with the conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute and to distribute heroin. Over 100 grams of the illicit drug were mailed through U.S. mail from around September to November of 2015. The drugs were sent from California by Alexander Zamudio through U.S. mail to Sherman’s Warren, Ohio home. Eggleston then allegedly purchased the heroin from Sherman’s home. Eggleston then sent payment to her California heroin suppliers through the mail.
At some point Alexander Zamudio was arrested, so Zoany Zamudio took over his part in the operation. On September 9, 2015, as well as on October 7th, October 26th, October 27th and during November 2015, Alexander Zamudio used U.S. mail to send heroin to Sherman and Eggleston. Federal officials said that if convicted several factors will be used to determine the sentences.
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