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U.S. Marshals capture ATF fugitive wanted for murder since September 2016

Posted: 9:50 PM, May 23, 2019
Updated: 2019-05-24 08:11:27-04
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BALTIMORE, Md. — U.S. Marshals have arrested an ATF fugitive that has been on the loose since September 2016.

On Thursday, U.S. Marshals arrested Travis Eugene Alewine, also known as Sticks, for charges related to his alleged involvement in a drug distribution conspiracy called Hillside Enterprise. Officials say the violent drug conspiracy operation was in the Cherry Hill neighborhood of Baltimore for 14 years.

According to the indictment, it alleges Alewine was also involved in a murder, attempted murders, and aggravated assaults.

A reward for $10,000 for information leading to the arrest of another fugitive in this incident has been announced. ATF Baltimore agents are searching for Deaven Raeshaen Cherry, also known as Gotti, who is wanted for the alleged murder of two people, attempted murder of another, and aggravated assaults during his involvement with the Hillside Enterprise. They believe he is still in Baltimore City, or in the surrounding counties.

19 of Alewine and Cherry’s co-defendants have reportedly pleaded guilty in this case. Officials say Cherry and Alewine face a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years in prison and a maximum sentence of life in prison.