2 from Plain City wanted in alleged federal meth trafficking conspiracy

Brandi Richey and Joshua Leach (DOJ)
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DAYTON – A federal indictment unsealed today charged seven people with engaging in a methamphetamine trafficking conspiracy in the Miami Valley and across southern and central Ohio.

Two of those people are from Plain City and are considered fugitives: Joshua Leach, 34, and Brandi Danyell Loy, aka Brandi Richey, 34. Both are indicted with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, a crime punishable by a sentence of at least ten years and up to life in prison. The six-count indictment also charges the defendants with manufacturing and distributing methamphetamine and money laundering. The indictment also seeks forfeiture of all proceeds of the crimes.

Others indicted are:

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* Salvador Ramirez, aka “Listo”, 23, West Chester

* Tamara McQueen, 21, Hamilton

* Luiz Roberto Diaz-Magana, 29, Queretaro, Mexico

* Jesus Garcia, aka “Jesse Garcia”, 49, West Chester

* Takeea Trammell, 41, Dayton

Anyone with information on Leach or Loy is asked to call the Dayton DEA tipline, 937 903-5860. The six-count indictment also charges the defendants with manufacturing and distributing methamphetamine and money laundering. The indictment also seeks forfeiture of all proceeds of the crimes.

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