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Three 110 Gang Members Sentenced to Federal Prison

SYRACUSE, NEW YORK – Daquan Dowdell, age 29, Terry Linen, age 28, and Deshawnte Waller, age 43, all of Syracuse, were sentenced to serve 80+ months each in Federal prison for violating the Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).

Daquan Dowdell was sentenced on Friday, October 2, 2020, to serve 120 months in federal prison to be followed by three years supervised release.  In imposing sentence, Senior United State District Judge Frederick J. Scullin, Jr., found that Dowdell was personally involved in drug trafficking and gun possession, and at least one shooting, on behalf of the gang.

Terry Linen was sentenced yesterday to serve 110 months in federal prison to be followed by three years supervised release.  The Court found that Linen was involved in drug trafficking and gun possession and that he was responsible for another shooting in connection with the gang.

Deshawnte Waller was sentenced yesterday to serve 80 months in federal prison, to be followed by three years supervised release.  The Court found that Waller was involved in drug trafficking and the use of fraudulent credit cards on behalf of the gang.

Previously sentenced 110 Gang RICO defendants:

  • Anthony Hopper was sentenced to 385 months in prison; 3-year term of supervised release
  • Damani Prince was sentenced to 78 months in prison; 3-year term of supervised release
  • Rashawn Wynn was sentenced to 92 months in prison; 3-year term of supervised release
  • Davon Sullivan was sentenced to 68 months in prison; 3-year term of supervised release
  • Qualik Vaughn was sentenced to 68 months in prison; 3-year term of supervised release
  • Jason Lebron was sentenced to 92 months in prison, 3-year term of supervised release
  • Javon Peterson was sentenced to 98 months in prison, 3-year term of supervised release. 

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