OXFORD, Miss. (WTVA) -- Ten people face federal charges related to an effort to establish a cocaine and marijuana distribution network in north Mississippi.
A federal indictment accuses the group of moving drugs into Lee and Chickasaw County.
Authorities say the group was working together to expand the network of customers in the effort to obtain a large amount of money.
The following were indicted for conspiracy to sell a controlled substance:
Jay Hill, 29, Corinth
Denorris Howell, 29, Waterford
Eric Mills, 36, Rienzi
Qavis Daron Green, 25, Corinth
Antonio Bean, 35, Corinth
Kenneth Scales, 48, Corinth
Shawn Michael Brown, 38, Booneville
Marty Lambert, 43, Booneville
Arielle Wells, 23, Corinth, Mississippi
Brandon Demario Wells, 23, Decatur
Mills is also charged with two counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a drug crime.