Broome Jury: Guilty Verdict Takes Endicott Drug Dealer Off the Streets


A Broome County jury found Davon M. Johnson, 41 years old, of Endicott, guilty Wednesday of two drug counts, related to an October 2018 arrest, in the City of Binghamton. At trial, prosecutors proved Johnson unlawfully possessed crack cocaine with intent to sell.

“Despite New York’s dangerous new bail laws, which call for the release of drug dealers, even on serious Class B
Felony drug charges, we will not stop aggressively prosecuting those selling drugs in our community,” said
District Attorney Michael A. Korchak.

DAVON M. JOHNSON, DOB: 10-29-1978

  • 220.16 Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, in the third degree, a Class B Felony; and
  • 220.50 Criminally Using Drug Paraphernalia, in the second degree, a Misdemeanor.


Johnson was arrested by the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force on October 25, 2018. He
was indicated by a Grand Jury in April 2019.

Sentencing is scheduled for June 1, 2020. Johnson faces a sentence from one to nine years in jail.