The first of several defendants has been convicted on federal drug and firearm charges. Christopher Wood will serve 11 years in prison; he pleading guilty to one count each of conspiracy to possess 15 kilograms of cocaine with the intent to distribute as well as possession of a firearm in furtherance of the conspiracy. The Judge sentenced Wood to six years on the drug charge and five years on the firearms charge. Codefendants Pierre Pennix, Fillipe James, Julian James and Christian Lara are set to be sentenced on March 6. All were arrested in the same investigation in which police seized millions of dollars of cocaine and marijuana from a Lynchburg storage facility.