Police: 7 charged for suspected connection to $1 million drug ring (Photos inside)

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Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane announced Thursday that the Office of Attorney General's Bureau of Narcotics Investigations, in a joint investigation with the Pennsylvania State Police Drug Law Enforcement Division, has broken up a $1 million drug distribution ring that operated between New York City and Western Pennsylvania.
 
Peris Smith, 33, of Aliquippa, is charged with four counts of delivery of cocaine, two counts of delivery of marijuana, two counts of corrupt organizations, one count of criminal conspiracy, one count of delivery of heroin and one count of dealing in proceeds of unlawful activity.
 
Dabrielle Dawkins, 27, of Aliquippa, is charged with seven counts of delivery of heroin, five counts of delivery of cocaine, two counts of corrupt organizations, two counts of persons not to possess a firearm, one count of criminal conspiracy and one count of dealing in proceeds of unlawful activity.
 
Rafael "Ralphie" Ramirez, 27, of New York, New York, is charged with two counts of corrupt organizations, one count of criminal conspiracy, two counts of delivery of cocaine and one count of dealing in proceeds of unlawful activity.
 
Marcos Ordonez, 32, of McKees Rocks, is charged with one count of criminal conspiracy and one count of persons not to possess a firearm.
 
Charles Pratt, 30, of Ambridge, is charged with three counts of delivery of heroin, one count of possession with the intent to deliver heroin and one count of persons not to possess a firearm.
 
Dominique McElvy, 24, of Aliquippa, is charged with one count of delivery of cocaine.
 
Dawan Lockett, 34, of Aliquippa, is charged with two counts of delivery of methylone/MDMA.