Poly-Drug Dealer Sentenced to 11 Years for Distribution
NOV 13 -- (BOWLING GREEN, KY) - U.S. Attorney David L. Huber of the Western District of Kentucky announced today that Dominique Jamaal Todd, of Bowling Green, Kentucky, was sentenced to 11 years and 3 months imprisonment in United States District Court, for possession with intent to distribute and distribution of crack cocaine and ecstasy, possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, and additional charges of threatening and intimidating a material witness. United States District Judge Joseph H. McKinley, Jr. also sentenced Todd to 5 years supervised release following incarceration. There is no parole in the federal judicial system.
On July 23, 2008, Todd pled guilty to all eight counts in the indictment which included five drug trafficking charges involving three different drugs. Specifically, Todd admitted that on August 3, 7, and 23, 2007, he possessed with the intent to distribute 275 grams of crack cocaine. Todd also admitted that on August 15, and 23, 2007, he possessed with the intent to distribute 235 ecstasy pills. The sixth drug charge Todd pled guilty to involved methamphetamine, wherein Todd admitted that on August 23, 2007, he possessed with intent to distribute 192 grams of methamphetamine.
In addition to the six drug charges, Todd also admitted to intimidating and attempting to intimidate and threaten a material witness involved with this case. Specifically, Todd admitted that he directed two phone calls be placed to the material witness who had purchased the drugs from Todd. The telephone calls were made with the intent to influence and prevent the testimony of the material witness at the pending jury trial of Todd.
The case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Daniel P. Kinnicutt, and it was investigated by the Warren County Drug Task Force and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).