In a recent court case, a Malden man has been sentenced for his involvement in drug trafficking and firearms offenses. Dhamari Jordan, also known as “DMO” and “DMO Crashout,” was found guilty of operating a drug trafficking enterprise in which he sold fentanyl, cocaine, and cocaine base to an undercover officer on multiple occasions. The sentencing, which took place in federal court in Boston, resulted in Jordan receiving time served (approximately three years in prison) and five years of supervised release. This article highlights the details of the case and the efforts made by law enforcement agencies to bring Jordan and his conspirators to justice.
Malden Man Sentenced for Cocaine and Firearms Offenses
In a recent development, a Malden man has been sentenced for his involvement in cocaine and firearms offenses. The case involves a drug trafficking enterprise in which the defendant, Dhamari Jordan, sold fentanyl, cocaine, and cocaine base to an undercover officer on multiple occasions. The sentencing took place in federal court in Boston, where Jordan received a prison term of approximately three years and five years of supervised release. This article will provide an overview of the case, discuss the charges and guilty plea, explore the details of the drug trafficking enterprise, and highlight the involvement of law enforcement agencies.
Overview of the Case
The case against Dhamari Jordan begins with his participation in a drug trafficking enterprise. Jordan was involved in the sale of various illegal substances, including fentanyl, cocaine, and cocaine base. This enterprise was responsible for distributing these dangerous drugs to the community, putting countless lives at risk. The investigation into Jordan’s activities was carried out by law enforcement agencies, leading to his eventual arrest and prosecution.
After pleading guilty to multiple charges, Dhamari Jordan faced sentencing in federal court. U.S. District Court Judge Leo T. Sorokin presided over the case and ultimately sentenced Jordan to time served, which amounted to approximately three years in prison. In addition to the prison term, Jordan was also given five years of supervised release. This sentencing serves as a response to the serious nature of the offenses committed by Jordan and aims to hold him accountable for his actions.
Charges and Guilty Plea
Dhamari Jordan faced several charges related to his involvement in the drug trafficking enterprise. He pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance, one count of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, and one count of conspiracy to possess firearms in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime. These charges highlight the extent of Jordan’s criminal activities and the significant threat they posed to the community.
Details of Drug Trafficking Enterprise
The drug trafficking enterprise in which Dhamari Jordan was involved played a significant role in the distribution of illegal drugs. Jordan and other members of the conspiracy were responsible for selling fentanyl, cocaine, and cocaine base to an undercover officer. The recorded sales took place on three separate occasions in January 2021, providing law enforcement with crucial evidence of Jordan’s involvement in the criminal enterprise. The drugs being sold posed a severe risk to public health and safety, making the dismantling of this operation a high priority for law enforcement.
Recorded Sales to Undercover Officer
As part of the investigation into the drug trafficking enterprise, law enforcement was able to gather evidence through recorded sales to an undercover officer. Dhamari Jordan and other members of the conspiracy were captured on recordings engaging in the sale of fentanyl, cocaine, and cocaine base. These recordings, along with other evidence, played a vital role in building the case against Jordan and ensuring a successful prosecution.
Pretrial Release and Pending Firearms Case
It is disturbing to note that Dhamari Jordan was on pretrial release for a pending firearms case in Cambridge District Court when he engaged in the drug trafficking activities. This demonstrates a blatant disregard for the law and a willingness to continue engaging in criminal behavior despite facing legal consequences. Jordan’s actions during his pretrial release further highlight the need for the criminal justice system to ensure the safety and security of the community by effectively managing and monitoring individuals awaiting trial.
Law Enforcement Agencies Involved
The investigation and prosecution of Dhamari Jordan’s drug trafficking and firearms offenses involved several law enforcement agencies working collaboratively. The efforts of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), Massachusetts State Police, Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, Suffolk District Attorney’s Office, Boston Police Department, and Malden Police Department were integral to the successful resolution of this case. These agencies worked diligently to gather evidence, conduct surveillance, and ensure the safety of the community throughout the course of the investigation.
For more information about the case or related matters, please contact the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts. They can be reached at the following contact information:
- Boston Office: 1 Courthouse Way, Suite 9200 Boston, MA 02210
- Email: USAO-MA Boston: 617-748-3100
- Springfield: 413-785-0235
- Worcester: 508-368-0100
Law enforcement agencies and the U.S. Attorney’s Office are committed to protecting the community from the devastating impact of drug trafficking and firearms offenses. This case serves as a reminder of the collective efforts being made to hold individuals accountable and ensure public safety.