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A key supplier for a Mexican drug trafficking organization operating in the Portland Metropolitan Area was sentenced to over 15 years in prison on Tuesday. 44-year-old Eduardo “Barbas” Barbosa Lopez supplied the group with large quantities of heroin
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Gangsters tend to view going to prison as going to college. Behind prison walls they connect with like-minded criminals and learn how the game is played. But why not view being incarcerated as business as usual, some enterprising inmates in Oklahoma
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The Arlington, Washington based leader of a prolific and violent drug trafficking ring pleaded guilty last week to federal drug trafficking, firearms possession, and money laundering charges. 36-year-old Cesar Valdez-Sanudo was done in by incriminati
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Two associates of the New Aryan Empire, a white supremacist gang, were sentenced on Tuesday. 46-year-old Carey Mooney got 18 and a half years for her role in a kidnapping and assault on behalf of the gang, while 39-year-old Michael J. Roberts got alm
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A significant drug distributor for the Jalisco New Generation Cartel was sentenced in Seattle district court on Tuesday to 9 years in prison. 32-year-old Adrian Izazaga-Martinez, of Kent, Washington, “was a high-level drug redistributor for a traffic
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A member of the Aryan Brotherhood, one of America’s most notorious prison gangs, pleaded guilty in federal court on Thursday to methamphetamine trafficking. 44-year-old Jimmy Jack Pinkley isn’t the brightest criminal and law enforcement didn’t have a
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A member of a violent Chicago street gang has been sentenced to decades in federal prison for his role in a major drug trafficking conspiracy that funneled large amounts of methamphetamine and other drugs into Georgia.
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Drugs get you high – or low – but, most importantly, they make organized crime a lot of money. Despite the cost for society and families the world over, narcotics continue to be in high demand. From partygoers and students to soccer moms and Wall Str
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28-year-old Jesus Gonzalez Jr., who goes by the nicknames “Lil Chito,” “Gunner” and “Chuy,” and is a member of the San Fernando Valley-based Vineland Boys street gang was sentenced Thursday to 31 years in federal prison for committing multiple feloni
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