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Thursday, 18 November 2010

Group indicted for shipping hundreds of pound of cocaine from Los Angeles to Baltimore | Street Gangs Resource Center

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Group indicted for shipping hundreds of pound of cocaine from Los Angeles to Baltimore | Street Gangs Resource Center: "* Ricky James Brascom, as known as “DP,” 28, formerly of Hollywood and now residing in Woodland Hills, the “CEO” of Behind da Scenes Entertainment and the alleged leader of the drug trafficking ring;
* Charles Dwight Ransom Jr., 36, of Hollywood, another “CEO” of Behind da Scenes Entertainment who allegedly shipped cocaine to his own distributors in Baltimore and shepherded cocaine shipments for Brascom;
* Darrin Ebron, 43, a DJ who moves between Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles, and who allegedly acted as a drug distributor for Brascom;
* Heriberto Lopez, also known as “The Boss” and “Big Dog,” 42, of Chatsworth, who allegedly was Brascom’s primary cocaine supplier;
* Leonardo Concepcion, 50, of Downey, a pilot allegedly hired by Brascom to fly loads of cocaine to Baltimore and drug proceeds back to Los Angeles;
* Jerome Mondale Brascom (Ricky Brascom’s brother), also known as “Bro-Bro,” 30, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, who was allegedly his brother’s top lieutenant, assisting in the distribution and storage of cocaine in Baltimore, as well as collecting drug proceeds;
* Marlon Parris, 30, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, who allegedly accompanied a shipment of drugs to Baltimore and a shipment of drug proceeds to Los Angeles on a commercial flight;
* Steven Velazquez, 31, of San Fernando, an alleged courier for Lopez, who was arrested on October 30 after Sheriff deputies found 120 kilograms of cocaine in a vehicle he was driving;
* Alberto Cruzado, 57, of Sylmar, an alleged courier for Lopez who was taken into custody along with Velazquez;"

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