BALTIMORE (AP) — Two brothers have been sentenced for their roles in a plot to sell cocaine base in Baltimore and Annapolis.
Thirty-seven-year-old Ernst Harmon of Annapolis was given a term of more than 16 years in prison. Forty-year-old Dontaye Harmon of Baltimore received a 10-year term.
They were sentenced Monday in federal court in Baltimore.
According to their plea agreements, the Harmon brothers conspired with others to sell cocaine base. Prosecutors say the conspiracy distributed at least 280 grams of cocaine base.