Anyone know William Demory of the Eng...

Anyone know William Demory of the English Hills area of Fairfax Station 22039?

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Since: Jun 10

Herndon, VA

#1 Jun 13, 2010
Does anyone know him and his way of doing business?

Herndon, VA

#2 Jun 13, 2010
I know him... I believe he is connected in a few degress of freedom with the Day guy.

Millionaire Sentenced to 33 Months
Fairfax Station homeowner, Lorton businessman ordered to forfeit more than $2 million for gambling and drug conspiracies.

By Ken Moore
Monday, October 27, 2008

Dwight Freemont Day Jr., a Lorton businessman and Fairfax Station homeowner, was sentenced Friday to 33 months in prison for conspiracy to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine and conspiracy to engage in an illegal gambling business.

U.S. District Court Judge Liam O’Grady ordered Day to forfeit more than $2 million as part of his sentence and pay an additional $250,000 fine, according to Dana J. Boente, acting U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia.

Day was accused of distributing cocaine from his $1.3 million Fairfax Station house on Rutledge Drive as well as from his business, KMN Sheet Metal in Lorton, according to the federal affidavit against him.

His business grosses more than $10 million in sales annually, according to the business Web site. His 5-acre house and property, purchased in 2001 for $970,000, was assessed earlier this year for more than $1.3 million.

Day, 45, pleaded guilty in August.

Day bought and sold cocaine to friends and business associates from January 2006 through May 2007. From September 2005 through May 2008, Day worked as a bookie in an illegal sports betting operation and used the Internet to accept bets, according to Boente.

More than six sources assisted police and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency in identifying the conspiracy, according to a federal affidavit against Day.

One source claimed that Day provided the source cocaine about 300 times during the last seven years, according to the court documents.

Another source purchased 1 ounce of cocaine from Day for $1,500 every two weeks the past two years, according to the affidavit.

While executing a court-ordered wiretap of Day’s cellular phone in early 2008, agents heard Day “on several occasions taking and making bets with numerous subjects,” according to affidavits filed by local police in Fairfax County Circuit Court.

“It became apparent to your affiant that Dwight Day was operating an illegal gambling/book making operation,” according to the Fairfax Circuit Court documents.

MORE COURT-ORDERED interception of Day’s cell-phone calls on March 28 provided information that another source, Day’s ex-wife according to Fairfax court documents, was going to purchase cocaine from Day at his business.

Fairfax County Police stopped her vehicle and seized 1 ounce of cocaine, according to the federal affidavit. She faces a preliminary hearing on four drug and firearm charges in Fairfax County General District Court in December, according to court documents.

“Joyce Day stated that she had just purchased an ounce of cocaine from her ex-husband Dwight Day and that she purchased it for $1,500. Joyce Day further stated that she currently does not work and her only source of income is a monthly payment of $12,000 in alimony that she gets from Dwight Day,” according to the Fairfax County affidavit.

Fairfax County Police arrested Dwight Day, who had $5,300 in cash in his possession, on March 28 for distribution of cocaine.

Police executed search warrants at Dwight Day’s residence and his business.

Law enforcement seized more than $1 million in cash from Day between August 2007 and May 2008, according to Boente.

At least five rifles were also seized at his home. Day, a convicted felon and a regular cocaine user, was prohibited from possessing firearms, according to the federal affidavit.

He was charged in federal court for the gambling and cocaine conspiracy charges in May.

The Fairfax County Police Department, Vienna Police Department, Drug Enforcement Administration and Internal Revenue Service investigated the case, prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Daniel J. Grooms and James L. Trump.

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Arlington, VA

#3 Jun 14, 2010
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