Three defendants in the federal trial of members of the Danville Milla Bloods have submitted guilty pleas admitting racketeering charges as part of a plea deal ensuring no more than 20 years in prison.

According to documents obtained from the Federal Circuit court for the Western District of Virginia in Roanoke, Javontay Jacquis Holland, Tredarius Jameriquan Keene and Montez Lamar Allen pled guilty Monday as part of a plea agreement that requires all remaining defendants in the case, with the exception of Jalen Cormarrius Terry, to accept in order to be valid.

The three await sentencing at dates that have not yet been set.

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