A convicted drug trafficker who helped dismember and bury the frame of a West Virginia lady in Georgia following a deadly overdose used to be sentenced to 50 years in federal jail Thursday.
Seddrick Banks, 30, of Cartersville, Georgia, used to be sentenced in federal court in Clarksburg for his July 2021 conviction for drug distribution leading to loss of life and different fees.
WEST VIRGINIA MAN ACCUSED OF KIDNAPPING AND ‘BURNING’ WOMAN WITH TORCH: POLICE
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Banks traveled from Georgia to West Virginia to sell fentanyl, methamphetamine and cocaine hydrochloride. After a Fairmont lady died of an overdose in Lewis County in 2019, Banks and every other guy took her frame to Georgia, the place they dismembered her and disposed of the frame at a landfill, in step with courtroom information.
The opposite guy, Terrick Robinson of Cartersville, Georgia, used to be sentenced in 2020 to life in prison plus 10 years within the case.