Still at-large: Operation Shady Lane ’36’

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Of the 10 suspects that remain at-large Monday, four have a criminal history that included stays in the Florida state prison system.

By Bob Heist | 315-4404 | @bobheistNWFDN | bheist@nwfdailynews.com

A total of 10 suspects remain at-large Monday from Operation Shady Lane, the multi-agency investigation that targeted heroin trafficking in Okaloosa County.

Of those still at-large, four have a criminal history that included stays in the Florida state prison system.

Demonte Reshard Dawson, who was a dealer for the alleged ring leader of the heroin ring, Aaron Dwayne Dawson, was released from the state prison system on Oct. 10, 2015, following a 3-year sentence for the sale/manufacture/delivery of cocaine, cocaine possession and felony battery.

Justin Ralph Diaz, who was identified as a dealer for an immediate associate of Aaron Dawson, Kijonte Malik Bennett, was released from the state prison system on Oct. 1, 2016, following a 2-year sentence for possession of meth, possession of cocaine, burglary and grand theft.

Nekia Parker, who was a customer of the heroin ring, was released from the state prison system on Dec. 2, 2014, following a 7-year, 6-month sentence for the sale/manufacture/delivery of cocaine, cocaine possession, aggravated assault and the threatened use of a firearm.

Austin Jaye Crunk, who law enforcement has identified as a customer of the heroin ring, was released from state prison on May 29, 2015, following a 1-year stretch for possession of controlled substances and 2 counts of simple battery.

Those four, however, aren’t alone with a prison sentence on their record. Five already in custody also spent stints in the state correctional system.

Alleged ring leader Aaron Dawson was released from state prison on Jan. 22, 2014, following a 2-year sentence for offenses that included the sale/manufacture/delivery of cocaine, cocaine possession, possession of other controlled substances and use of a 2-way device to commit a felony.

Cadale Lamar Carson, a dealer for Aaron Dawson, was released from state prison on Nov. 6, 2012, following a sentence of just over 15 months for the sale/manufacture/delivery of cocaine, grand theft and attempted burglary.

Another close associate of Aaron Dawson, Angel Christopher Godinez, was released from state prison on Feb. 28, 2014, following a 1-year sentence for cocaine possession and felony flee/elude law enforcement officer.

Christopher Jermaine Robinson, a dealer within the ring’s organizational structure, was released from state prison on Nov. 12, 2016, following a 15-month stay for battery of law enforcement officer/firefighter/EMT.

Finally, Marco Lionel Agee, who was identified as a supply source of cocaine, was released on Oct. 25, 2014, following a 38-month sentence for the sale/manufacture/delivery of cocaine and aggravated felony flee/elude law enforcement officer. Agee also has a past drug history in Okaloosa County involving cocaine possession, cocaine sale or purchase and the sale/manufacture/delivery of cocaine that dates back to 1991.

Following are the 10 people who remain sought by law enforcement in the Operation Shady Lane undercover heroin investigation conducted in Okaloosa County.

Demonte Reshard Dawson, 25, Fort Walton Beach, suspect still at-large, dealer for Aaron Dawson.

Bryce Dakota Boyet, 21, hometown not available, suspect still at-large, dealer for Kijonte Bennett.

Justin Ralph Diaz, 40, Fort Walton Beach, suspect still at-large, dealer for Kijonte Bennett.

Eddie Larios, no personal information available, suspect still at-large, suspected dealer for Herman Robinson.

Nekia Parker, 39, Fort Walton Beach, suspect still at-large, customer.

Austin Jaye Crunk, 21, Fort Walton Beach, suspect still at-large, customer.

Brittany Nicole Brahmstedt, 24, Niceville, suspect still at-large, customer.

Darby Kate Schwien, 20, hometown not available, suspect still at-large, customer.

Matthew Scott Rubin, 21, hometown not available, suspect still at-large, customer.

John Frances Wigfield, 27, hometown not available, suspect still at-large, customer.

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