Indianapolis, IN–(ENEWSPF)– Three inmates of the Federal Correctional Complex – Terre Haute were sentenced September 21 by U.S. District Judge William T. Lawrence in separate cases for possession of contraband while in prison, the FBI reports. Edward C. Crow, 30, was sentenced to 30 months; Keister A. Gallman, 30, was sentenced to 30 months; and Ramon Torres, 26, was sentenced to 27 months. Each pled guilty following investigations by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
According to Assistant U.S. Attorney James M. Warden, who prosecuted the cases for the government, Crow, Gallman and Torres were each found with plastic or metal “shanks,” which are forbidden because of their potential to cause bodily harm to other inmates and prison officials.
These sentences will be served consecutive to the judgment that originally sent them to FCC – Terre Haute. All three defendants will also be subject to three years of supervised release when released from prison.