LITTLE ROCK — A 24th suspect wanted in connection with an alleged drug-trafficking ring based out of a Little Rock auto shop has turned himself in, the U.S. attorney’s office in Little Rock said Wednesday.

LITTLE ROCK — A 24th suspect wanted in connection with an alleged drug-trafficking ring based out of a Little Rock auto shop has turned himself in, the U.S. attorney’s office in Little Rock said Wednesday.


Rodriques D’Angelo Davis, 30, of Little Rock surrendered to the FBI on Tuesday after the news media reported the arrest of 23 other suspects involved in the alleged drug ring, said Cherith Beck, spokeswoman for Christopher Thyer, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas.


Twenty-five people are charged in a federal indictment with multiple counts related to alleged distribution of cocaine, crack cocaine and marijuana, as well as weapons possession and money laundering. Authorities said the drug operation was based out of Brewster’s Used Auto and Detail in southwest Little Rock.


By Wednesday afternoon only one of the 25 suspects, Michael Deshun Dawkins, 27, of Little Rock, remained at large.