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Saturday, 24 January 2009

Paris DiMarco Moffett, linked to a notorious Eddy Rock street gang was sentenced to 10 years in prison Friday in a federal drug case.

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Paris DiMarco Moffett, 30, was arrested in 2007 after a raid at the south Novato apartment he shared with his girlfriend, Delicia Mitchell. Authorities found a large stash of narcotics and a handgun in the apartment, arrested both Moffett and Mitchell, and seized four children in the home, including twin infants.
Authorities said Moffett was a member of the Eddy Rock gang, one of several street gangs accused of terrorizing the Western Addition neighborhood of San Francisco. The city attorney issued an injunction in 2007 barring the gangs from "safety zones" in the neighborhood.Moffett pleaded guilty to possessing 183 grams of crack cocaine at the apartment, or about 6.5 ounces, and possessing a loaded Colt .45-caliber semi-automatic pistol used in his drug trafficking. He was sentenced Friday in U.S. District Court in San Francisco.Moffett's lawyer, Randall Knox, called the outcome "unfortunate.""I'm hopeful that when he gets out he'll be able to lead a productive, law-abiding life," Knox said.Mitchell pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute ecstasy.Under her plea agreement, she is expected to receive probation when she is sentenced in March.

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SF Punisher said...

It is very unfortunate that this piece of trash is still alive and has only recieved the mandatory minimum sentence of 19 years. The judge messed up by not giving this known gang leader life as he could have.


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