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2 indicted for deaths related to drug trafficking

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Two St. Louis-area men are facing federal indictment for their alleged roles in two drug-related killings, the latest indictment since this summer, when federal authorities were enlisted to help battle the growing crime problem in the region.

The indictments announced Wednesday accuse 27-year-old Terrance Wilson and 51-year-old Donald Stewart of two counts each of possession of a firearm with death resulting in furtherance of a drug-trafficking crime. Each could face up to life in prison if convicted.

Messages left with attorneys for Wilson and Stewart were not immediately returned.

The men are accused for playing roles in the deaths of two men in 2010 — Michael McGill in March, and Darrion Williams Jr. in July.