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Tri-State area residents plead guilty in U.S. District Court

July 05, 2011

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Three people from the Tri-State area entered guilty pleas June 28 and 30, in U.S. District Court in Martinsburg before Magistrate Judge David J. Joel.

U.S. Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld II announced the following Monday:

° Christina Marie Kelley, 28, of Martinsburg, entered a guilty plea to one count of an indictment charging her with the distribution of crack cocaine within 1,000 feet of Martinsburg High School on Jan. 13.

Kelley, who is free on bond pending sentencing, faces a maximum penalty of 40 years imprisonment and a fine of $2 million, according to a news release.

The case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Paul T. Camilletti. The case was investigated by the Eastern Panhandle Drug & Violent Crimes Task Force. The Task Force consists of officers from the West Virginia State Police — Bureau of Criminal Investigation, the Martinsburg Police Department, the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Department and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department.

° Rashiad Robinson, 32, also known as “Day Day,” also known as “D,” of Martinsburg, entered a guilty plea to one count of an indictment charging him with the distribution of crack cocaine on Nov. 17, 2009, in Berkeley County, W.Va., according to the release.

Robinson, who is in custody pending sentencing, faces a maximum penalty of 40 years imprisonment and a fine of $2,000,000.

° Chaldin Point du Jour, 25, also known as “Justin,” of Hagerstown, entered a guilty plea to one count of an indictment charging him with causing transactions using unauthorized credit cards from January and April 2010.

His co-defendant, Carrie Przywarty, who already entered a guilty plea, allegedly obtained the account numbers and personal identifiers of approximately 33 account holders while she was employed as a customer service supervisor for a bank, according to the news release.

She provided these account numbers and identifiers to Point du Jour, who used the information to obtain merchandise that was shipped to various addresses in Martinsburg and Shepherdstown, W.Va., according to the release.

Point du Jour, who is in custody pending sentencing, faces a maximum penalty of 15 years imprisonment and a fine of $250,000.

The Robinson and Point du Jour cases were prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Erin K. Reisenweber. The Point du Jour case was investigated by the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the U.S. Secret Service.

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