Burlington Men Sentenced to Federal Prison for Drug Conspiracy

Davenport, IA-  Two Burlington men were sentenced Monday, November 22, 2021, for their involvement in a drug conspiracy dating back to 2001.

29-year-old Kendrick Ramon Page, originally from Shreveport, Louisiana, was sentenced to 340 months in prison, and 20 year old Breon Raquon Armstrong, also originally from Shreveport was sentenced to 210 months in prison.

According to Court documents, Page, Armstrong, and six other co-defendants were federally charged in November 2019 following the execution of numerous search warrants in Burlington and elsewhere.

Page and Armstrong were convicted by a jury in July 2021 of conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, including ice methamphetamine and cocaine base (a.k.a. crack cocaine).

Page led this drug trafficking organization that operated primarily out of Burlington since approximately 2001, according to the evidence presented at trial. The evidence also showed Page recruited others, including Armstrong, to travel to Burlington from Shreveport to sell drugs for him.