BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Five more people have pleaded guilty to involvement in a drug ring described by authorities as a family business that controlled two Buffalo streets.
The U.S. Attorney's Office says Dion Anderson, Melvin Calhoun, Toshia Hodge, and Anquensha Hodge each pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine.
The final defendant, Leo Mellerson, pleaded guilty to the same charge Wednesday.
They were part of a ring run from 2000 to 2012 by 56-year-old Theresa Anderson She pleaded guilty last month to conspiracy and distribution of crack cocaine.
Anderson was arrested in 2012, along with eight others. Five were either her children or grandchildren, one was her husband and the other two were her daughters' boyfriends.
They each face prison sentences and the possibility of millions of dollars in fines.