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Big Bust Suspects Plead Guilty

Six of the 30 people charged in the big bust at the Budget Motel made their pleas in court Thursday.

Eddie Ramone Barry, Jr, 27, Danielle Denise Cleaver, 30, Elmondo Leunsay Gildon aka "Money Man", 32, Kemmy Holliman, aka "Lil Kemmy," 27, Steven McGrew, Jr, aka "Funky Grape," 35, and Richard Jason Perry, 32 made their plea at the rearraignment Hearing. They all pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to possess with intent to distribute cocaine base (crack cocaine).

The six are of the 30 people charged in connection to a huge drug ring in Wichita Falls. Most of them were caught on camera selling drugs to undercover agents with the Wichita Falls Police Department, the Wichita County Sheriff's Office and the FBI out of the Budget Inn Motel on Scott Ave. in Wichita Falls. So far 19 people have pleaded guilty. Authorities are still searching for two others.

Sentencing for the six suspects are set to be held on December 13th.

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