The following defendants have pleaded guilty to date, including seven defendants who pleaded guilty last week: Carmen Elnora Doyle, age 56, Teasha Jonetta Hamilton, age 29, Jermaine Austin Dansbury, age 29, Quinton Alexander Iler, age 22, Mandy Lynn Myers, age 30, Sheila Marie Allen, age 24, Faouly Umoja, age 63, Angelic Sharniece Bell, age 28, Robert Steven Silver, age 29, Sherice Myra Jones, age 28, Juston Arlington Iler, age 31, Janel Iona Doyle, age 33, Francine Denise Mc Nair, age 31, Omar Kareem Harry, age 32, and Taneka Sherron Merrill, age 34. Legg scheduled sentencing for Hamilton, Dansbury and Carmen Doyle for July 12, July 19 and June 8, 2012, respectively. Secret Service, Baltimore County Police Department, Baltimore City Police Department, Maryland State Police, Maryland Transportation Authority Police, Bowie Police Department, Howard County Police Department, Montgomery County Police Department, Westminster Police Department, Vineland, New Jersey Police Department, and Delaware State Police for their assistance in the investigation. Rosenstein commended Assistant United States Attorneys Tamera L.All of these defendants face a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison for bank fraud conspiracy and a mandatory sentence of two years in prison consecutive to any other sentence for aggravated identity theft. The remaining four defendants in this case, Moadian Elam Bratton-Bey, age 29, of Baltimore; Boaz Salmon Bratton-Bey, age 29, of Essex, Maryland; Ehizelle Aydo Seignious, age 32, of Baltimore; and Wali Hamzah Smith, age 34, are scheduled for trial beginning April 16, 2012, which is expected to last three weeks. Fine and Justin Herring, who are prosecuting the case.Baltimore, Maryland - Teasha Hamilton, age 29, of Baltimore, pleaded guilty today to bank fraud conspiracy and aggravated identity theft in connection with a scheme to use identity information she stole from her employers to make counterfeit credit cards used to purchase merchandise from retail stores in Maryland.Hamilton is the 15th defendant to plead guilty in the scheme.Leon would also wrestle her match that night with blood splattered on her body.
Leon defeated her in a rematch on July 8, 2016 in a 2 Out of 3 Falls match.
In March 2017, Leon was defeated by Sumie Sakai in a three way match that also included Jenny Rose, while also displaying a heel persona and resorting to villainous tactics during the match.
At the November 12 TV tapings, Leon defeated Stella Gray in singles action.
After ending her program with Hania, Leon entered a rivalry with Taeler Hendrix.
The two wrestled in a dark match from the July 30 episode of ROH Television.