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March 12, 1989
One of the last survivors of Oakland's notorious drug wars, 34-year-old Sonnie Davis, has been convicted in federal court of conspiring to traffic in heroin and of obstructing justice. He faces a maximum sentence of life in prison. Convicted with Davis was his nephew, Ken Davis, 27. Both men were tried in U.S. District Court under a federal program designed to enhance penalties against major drug dealers. They will be sentenced May 24. Alameda County Assistant Dist. Atty.
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March 12, 1989
One of the last survivors of Oakland's notorious drug wars, 34-year-old Sonnie Davis, has been convicted in federal court of conspiring to traffic in heroin and of obstructing justice. He faces a maximum sentence of life in prison. Convicted with Davis was his nephew, Ken Davis, 27. Both men were tried in U.S. District Court under a federal program designed to enhance penalties against major drug dealers. They will be sentenced May 24. Alameda County Assistant Dist. Atty.
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