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Tuesday, 29 July 2008

Timothy "Beefy" Bartruff high-ranking motorcycle gang leader accused of dealing large quantities of methamphetamines is back in Northwest Indiana

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Timothy "Beefy" Bartruff, 50, was arraigned Monday in U.S. District Court on charges of conspiring to manufacture and possess methamphetamines as part of a network in southern Porter County and Newton and Jasper counties.high-ranking motorcycle gang leader accused of dealing large quantities of methamphetamines is finally back in Northwest Indiana, where he was indicted in June on a narcotics trafficking charge.
The former Kouts man was the national president of the Indiana-based Invaders motorcycle gang in the 1980s, before he went to prison for dealing in methamphetamines, news accounts from the time say.Prosecutors in this summer's case have said many of the people affiliated with the conspiracy were either Invaders members or associates. Gang gear decorated with swastikas and Invaders logos was recovered from one of the alleged meth labs in Kouts.Bartruff was arrested in St. Louis in June on the latest meth charges, which involved scores of arrests across northern Indiana and in Chicago, St. Louis and Denver.Bartruff was extradited last week to northern Indiana, as one of the 37 people charged in an investigation involving undercover informants and a large number of tapped phone calls.
Also arraigned Monday in Hammond was Christopher Krug, 31, of Wheatfield, who faces four counts of conspiring to manufacture meth.Krug's arrest Monday leaves only one outstanding fugitive in the bust -- Brandy Pulver, 33, of Knox.Pulver is among the figures facing the least severe charges in the case, involving simple possession of pseudoephedrine that she knew someone else would use to make meth.

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