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4 South Mississippi residents to serve prison term for drug conspiracy in Hancock County

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GULFPORT, Mississippi — Federal prosecutors say four people have now been sentenced for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute cocaine and other drugs in Hancock County.

Prosecutors say in a news release that 50-year-old Tonya Winn of Long Beach was recently sentenced in federal court in Gulfport to five years in federal prison for attempted possession with intent to distribute marijuana. They say 48-year-old Angel Case of Waveland was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.

Thirty-four-year-old Thomas Bernard of Pass Christian was sentenced to more than 25 years for attempted possession with intent to distribute cocaine while 41-year-old Kenneth Casey of Gulfport was giver 40 years for attempted possession with intent to distribute cocaine.

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