MGM member sentenced
Jonquill McKinley, another member of the criminal organization known as the Money Gang Mob, was sentenced Wednesday to more than 17 years in prison.
In Raleigh, U.S. District Judge Terrence W. Boyle sentenced him to 210 months in federal prison.
McKinley was arrested in June 2013 on one count of possessing heroin with intent to distribute, one count of possessing a firearm and ammunition as a felon, and three counts of distributing a quantity of heroin.
McKinley pleaded guilty to possessing heroin with intent to distribute and possessing a firearm and ammunition as a felon.
The three counts of distributing a quantity of heroin were dismissed.
McKinley’s sentence is the 15th connected to MGM.
Earlier sentences connected to MGM were given to Quatrail Pair (30 years), Tyshikkee Williams (20 years), Darnell Tyrece Hayes (17 years, six months), Herbert Artis Smith (15 years), Robert Earl Ross (12 years, nine months), Jasmine Sade Hargrove (10 years), Almonmonick “Shawn” Bullock (nine years), Gooding (seven years), Angela Wilkerson (five years, 10 months), Justin Williams (five years, 10 months), Patrick O’Neil Cooper (five years, three months), Mercedes Christmas-McKinnie (four years), La’trel Henderson (one to two years) and Markeith Hart (one to two years).
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