KC woman sentenced in cocaine conspiracy

01/21/2014 4:50 PM

01/21/2014 4:51 PM

A Kansas City federal judge sentenced a 41-year-old woman Tuesday to 30 years in prison for her role in a cocaine distribution conspiracy.

A jury found Tamiko Grandison guilty in August of conspiring to distribute cocaine in Jackson County for six years, ending in June 2010. Prosecutors alleged that Grandison’s then-boyfriend, Jiles Johnson, brought hundreds of pounds of cocaine into Kansas City and that Grandison delivered it to area customers.

Johnson transported the cocaine in 30- and 50-gallon drums and stored some of it in the basement of Grandison’s home on Sni-A-Bar Road, court records alleged.

Mark Morris, mmorris@kcstar.com


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