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St. Louis corrections officer indicted in federal drug conspiracy

ST. LOUIS – A 26-year-old employee of the St. Louis Department of Corrections was indicted Wednesday as part of a federal drug conspiracy.

According to federal prosecutors, Teneisha Moore was assigned to the Medium Security Institute, more commonly known as the St. Louis Workhouse.

Federal authorities executed a search of Moore’s home, located in the 4600 block of Farlin Avenue, on September 4.

During the search, law enforcement recovered four ounces of a suspected fentanyl and heroin mixture; 57 grams of suspected marijuana; suspected ecstasy; a pistol; a rifle; a high-capacity, drum-style magazine; 15 grams of suspected heroin; and two balloons filled with a suspected mixture of heroin and fentanyl.

Moore was charged with one count of conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance and one count of aiding and abetting the possession of one or more firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking.

Six other people have been indicted in connection with the drug conspiracy:

  • William Goodlow, 37, charged with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl and heroin
  • Marcus Jermaine Moore, 35, charged with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl and heroin
  • Christopher Santel Moore, 33, charged with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl and heroin
  • Jeffrey Tremaine Stidmon, 37, charged with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl and heroin
  • Durrell Brent Johnson, 33, charged with two counts of conspiracy to distribute fentanyl and heroin; marijuana distribution; possession of a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking; being a felon in the possession of one or more firearms
  • Flora Louise Johnson, 31, charged with two counts of conspiracy to distribute fentanyl and heroin
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