17 05 2017

Downtown, and Phoenix


15 gang members or affiliates accused in drug conspiracy


Kevin Simmons, 45, of St. Louis, Johnnie King, 39, of St. Louis, Randy Johnson, a/k/a “Big Randy”, 33, of St. Louis, and Farid Annoor, a/k/a “Rumble”, a/k/a “Rambo”, 26, of St. Louis have been charged with the intent to distribute a cocaine base (“crack”).  If convicted, the charge carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and/or fines up to $1 million.

The other defendants, Ricardo Ramos-Estrada, 31, of Phoenix, AZ, Armando Ramos-Estrada, 34, of Phoenix, AZ, Christian Nunez, 20, of Phoenix, AZ, Darryl Black, 26, of St. Louis, Arieawn Richaud Dillon, 22, of St. Louis, Daviyon Thomas, a/k/a “Big Boy”, 27, of St. Louis, Gregory Hampton, a/k/a “Greasy”, 32, of St. Louis, Travis Roberts, 28, of St. Louis, Jerome Thomas, 45, of St. Louis, Troy Parker, 47, of St. Louis and Jermaine Johnson, 45, of St. Louis, were charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute heroin. If convicted, they could spend 10 years to life in prison.

The St. Louisans are black and the Phoenicians are Hispanic. The only possible exception is Farid Annoor, and he might well be a domestic black convert to Islam.  The reason why I think he’s domestic black and not Middle Eastern or South Asian is that it indicates that he has the nickname of “Rumble.”  That doesn’t seem like something that a ME/SA Muslim immigrant would have.

And now, I anxiously await Rand Paul to start screeching about disproportionate impact on minorities.




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