The ATF Baltimore Field Division has increased the reward for the three individuals that are wanted for murder and numerous other gang activities.
With this reward, which has gone up to $5,000 each, the ATF is looking for information that will lead to the arrest of Travis Eugene Alewine (aka Sticks), Deaven Raeshawn Cherry (aka Gotti) and Terrell Luster (aka Relly). These men are actively being sought by ATF Baltimore Special Agents and the U.S. Marshals partners and should be considered armed and dangerous. It is believed that they are likely still in the counties and areas close to Baltimore City, if not within the city itself.
Along with 18 others, these three individuals were indicted in September 2016 for their alleged roles in a violent drug distribution conspiracy, known as the Hillside Enterprise, which operated for 14 years in the Cherry Hill section of Baltimore. Alewine, Cherry and Luster also face enhanced sentences for murder. The indictment specifically alleges that Cherry was involved in the murder of two people and that Luster and Alewine were each involved in a single murder.
“The safety of Baltimore City communities and other communities in Maryland are our primary concern,” said ATF Baltimore Special Agent in Charge Daniel L. Board. “The crimes they are alleged to have committed are crimes of extreme violence. Our Special Agents and the U.S. Marshals will not stop looking for them. Our state and local law enforcement partners are also on the lookout.”
Incidents of attempted murders and aggravated assaults are also alleged against these defendants and others named in the indictment. Alewine, Cherry and Luster all face a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years in prison and a maximum sentence of life in prison.
Anyone with information should contact ATF at (888) ATF-TIPS, ATFtips@atf.gov, text “ATFBAL” to 63975, or contact ATF via the mobile reportit® app [reportit.com]. Additional information about the initial indictment can be found at: https://www.atf.gov/news/pr/federal-indictment-charges-21-defendants-violent-drug-distribution-conspiracy-operating