JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Nine people are facing federal firearms and drug violations.
Seven people are in jail and two others are being sought by law enforcement in an undercover operation called "Delta Deuce."
Nicklas McLain, 23, of Callahan, faces an 11-count indictment involving the sale of marijuana, cocaine and firearms. The US Attorney's Office says McLain sold three firearms to undercover agents.
Edward Dooley, 20, of Jacksonville, is facing ten felony charges involving the sale of marijuana and firearms. Investigators say he sold eight firearms to undercover agents between December of 2012 and April of 2013. He faces a minimum of five years to life in prison.
Jamar Powell, 27, of Jacksonville, was indicted on four felony charges involving the sale of crack cocaine and firearms during January 2013. He too faces a minimum of five years to life in prison due to a prior felony conviction.
Omar Stovall, 22, of Jacksonville, was indicted on four felony charges in connection with the sale of marijuana and a firearm.
Leggetts Jenkins, 28, of Jacksonville, faces three felony charges for the sale of cocaine and a stolen firearm in February. He is looking at a sentence of up to 50 years in federal prison if convicted.
Yessenia Terrell, 20, of Jacksonville, faces 40 years in prison if convicted of selling selling crack cocaine to ATF agents.
David Gonzalez, 32, of Middleburg, faces a charge of possession of a firearm by a felon. Investigators say he sold a 9 mm pistol to ATF agents in January. He is looking at 10 years in prison if convicted.