The Feds indicted seven men from Greater New Haven in October for their alleged involvement in dealing heroin and cocaine in the city. All seven have now pleaded guilty to the offenses and some face as many as 40 years in prison for their crimes.
Here’s a rundown of the defendants in the case:
Shawn Miller, 32, of New Haven
Paul Colon, 27, of New Haven
Both men pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of conspiracy to distribute 100 grams or more of heroin and 28 grams or more of crack. They are scheduled to be sentenced in September.
Robert Oathout, 35, of Branford
Jason Langley, 40, of East Haven
Harry Anastasio, 54, of East Haven
Antonio Delucia, 26, of Wallingford
All four men pleaded guilty to using a telephone to facilitate narcotics sales and have admitted to using telephones to make orders and redistribute heroin and cocaine. Oathout was sentenced to five years of probation and the rest will be sentenced this summer and fall.
Sean London, 22, of New Haven
London pleaded guilty last week to one count of conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute heroin and cocaine base, and will be sentenced this fall.