Two Hannibal Men, Two Others, Sentenced for Drug Trafficking
Three men, including two from Hannibal, were sentenced Thursday on federal drug trafficking charges.
In federal court in St. Louis, 37 year old Tyrone Williams and 30 year old Harold Williams of Hannibal and 34 year old Terry Williams of St. Louis to 121 months, 112 months and 60 months in prison, respectively, for conspiracy to traffic narcotics in the Hannibal area.
Between 2004 and 2016, the three are alleged to have helped bring in large amounts of cocaine and cocaine base into the Hannibal and Quincy areas for distribution.
Court documents indicate the primary point of distribution for the drug network in Hannibal was at Hope and Gordon Streets.
A fourth man, Justin Woodson, had previously been sentenced to ten years in prison for his part in the trafficking operation.