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2 Buffalo women sentenced on marijuana conspiracy charges

Two Buffalo women were sentenced Wednesday in a conspiracy to sell marijuana.

Shahana Beaver, 25, was sentenced to time served and three years supervised release after she was convicted of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana.

Janice Humphrey, 28, was sentenced to two years on probation by U.S. District Judge Elizabeth A. Wolford for her conviction on a charge of maintaining a drug-involved premises.

Between April 2015 and September 2015, Beaver and Humphrey conspired with four others – Damarcus Hennings, Shaquata Hennings, Arthur Clark and Dashawn Abrams – to ship, receive and distribute more than 50 packages containing marijuana from Denver to Buffalo, according to the U.S. Attorney's office. The cash from the marijuana sales here were sent back to their marijuana supplier in Denver, prosecutors said.

Damarcus Hennings and Shaquata Hennings have both been convicted and are awaiting sentencing. Charges are pending against Abrams and Clark.

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