By Gangsters Inc. Editors
Indianapolis drug boss Richard "White Boy" Bernard Grundy, III was sentenced to life in prison on Thursday. The 30-year-old narco was convicted of drug trafficking and money laundering following a three-week jury trial in August of 2019.
Grundy led a drug trafficking organization that distributed over 400 pounds of methamphetamine, as well as large amounts of heroin, cocaine, and marijuana in Indianapolis from August 2016 through November 17, 2017. Grundy was convicted of engaging in a continuing criminal enterprise, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, and other drug trafficking and money laundering offenses.
41-year-old Ezell Neville, 30-year-old Undrae Moseby, 33-year-old Derek Atwater, and 39-year-old James Beasley were convicted of conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and other drug trafficking offenses.
Neville served as a principal distributor of methamphetamine for Grundy. Moseby transported drug proceeds from Indianapolis to Phoenix, Arizona for Grundy and returned to Indianapolis with methamphetamine. Atwater and Beasley were mid-level methamphetamine distributors for Grundy’s organization.
Neville, Atwater, and Beasley were sentenced to 360 months, 216 months, and 235 months in federal prison, respectively. Moseby is awaiting sentencing. The statuses of the remaining codefendants are listed below.
"Mr. Grundy was under the mistaken impression he and his crew could run their criminal enterprise and flaunt their illegal activities in the face of the law without fear of consequence. Today’s sentence sends a strong and clear message to him and others – illegal drug trafficking, witness intimidation and violence will not be tolerated in Indianapolis, or anywhere in Indiana," said Special Agent in Charge Grant Mendenhall, FBI Indianapolis. "The FBI’s partnerships in this case were vital to a successful investigation, and the willingness of the U.S. Attorney’s Office to aggressively prosecute this group was important to putting others involved in similar criminal activities on notice that there is zero tolerance for their unlawful actions."
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