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Wednesday, 1 April 2009

20 Devils Diciples members arrested


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The following individuals are facing charges of using a communication facility in furtherance of drug trafficking, according to a statement from the FBI:
Paul Anthony Darrah, aka Pauli, age 44, of Macomb Township, DDMG-National Vice-President
Cary Dale Vandiver, aka Gun Control, age 49, of Mt. Clemens, DDMG-National Warlord
Alexis Catherine May, 56, of Burtchville
John Renny Riede, also known as Bear, 61, of Bay City
Christopher Raymond Marrocco, also known as Slomo, 31, of Algonac
Gary Lee Nelson, 42, of Marine City
Charles Edward McCarthy, Jr., also known as Chuck, 48, of Roseville
Dean Anthony Tagliavia, 41, of Port Huron
Lauri Ann Ledford, 39, of Kimball Township
Jennifer Lee Cicola, 38, of Macomb Township
Vernon Nelson Rich, also known as Vern, 44, of Kimball Township
Deborah Ann Heacock, 46, of Port Huron
Michael Vernon Darrah, 47, of Marine City
Howard Joseph Quant, also known as 44, 52, of Jeddo
Timothy Paul Downs, also known as Space, 51, of Chesterfield Township
Paula Mileha Friscioni, 43, of Fraser
David Roy Delong, also known as Reverend, 55, of Port Huron was charged for making false statements.Jeff Garvin Smith, also known as Fat Dog, 54, of Mt. Clemens was charged with being a violent felon in possession of body armor.
Possessing body armor as a violent felon is punishable by up to three years in prison and/or a fine up to $250,000. Using a telephone in furtherance of drug trafficking is punishable by up to 4 years and/or up to $250,000.20 Devils Diciples members were arrested as part of an investigation into drug trafficking by the FBI, Michigan State Police and the County of Macomb Enforcement Team.In addition to the indictment and criminal complaints, federal forfeiture complaints
were filed against the following properties: 2424 Little Street, Port Huron, Devils Diciples Motorcycle Gang Clubhouse – Port Huron Chapter and 43653 Gratiot, Clinton Township, Devils Diciples Motorcycle Gang Clubhouse–National Headquarters, State Headquarters, and Detroit/Blue Water Chapters.Investigators also seized 42 firearms, 3,000 rounds of ammunition, 3 bulletproof vests, $12,000 in U.S. currency, 1 1/2 pounds of meth, 55 pounds of marijuana, 1,000 vicodin/oxycontin pills and 15 casino style slot machines, according to the FBI.


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1 comments:

Minabell said...

The Feds are asses...They need to leave the local MC's alone...I have been around these guys since I was 9 years old and I can tell you for one here in Bay County when they were here they were the best BIG BRO'S I could ever say I had. They do not deserve what they are getting.

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